Sage Communications added veteran non-profit marketing expert Scott Greenberg as its newest marketing director. Greenberg brings to Sage 10 years of experience supporting major non-profit, and arts and entertainment campaigns. In his new role, he will lead Sage’s non-profit division.
“Scott’s experience positions him as an ideal leader to drive Sage’s non-profit practice as it expands support for the community’s communications needs. His deep understanding of what drives this space has made him key in his previous roles and will be invaluable to our clients,” said David Gorodetski, COO and co-founder of Sage, a Capitol Communicator sponsor. “The D.C. region is home to many exceptional non-profit groups with powerful missions and the ability to make a real difference in our world. As a part of this community, we are dedicated to providing them with the support they need to increase awareness and serve their constituents.”
Sage provides integrated marketing services to a large group of non-profit organizations including the DC Jazz Festival, The National Cherry Blossom Festival, S&R Foundation, Access Youth, The Children’s Inn at NIH, and the Leadership of Greater Washington. By empowering these organizations through strategic guidance, greater brand awareness, cohesive messaging, impactful marketing programs and well-crafted public relations efforts, Sage positions non-profits to execute their missions and help the broader community.
“Sage Communications serves as a pioneer in the world of non-profit marketing,” said Greenberg. “It is both humbling and inspiring to have the opportunity to be surrounded by such a forward-thinking team on a daily basis.”
Prior to joining Sage, Greenberg led campaigns and initiatives for leading non-profit and arts organizations including The Washington Ballet, The National Cherry Blossom Festival, The National Zoo, DC Jazz Festival and more, most recently driving green infrastructure, water quality, habitat restoration and land protection efforts for The Nature Conservancy. Previously, he served as the public relations specialist for major music festival DeLuna Fest, working with award-winning and Grammy-nominated artists. He has also written fashion and music editorials for major national arts and entertainment publications.