Terri is a communications expert, specializing in corporate social responsibility, event planning, and traditional media initiatives. At kglobal, she works with several clients to develop effective community engagement programs that work with local governments, community leaders, and economic partners. Most recently, she coordinated a $1+ million donation to local nonprofits across the country that entailed planning thirty events in thirty days. Additionally, Terri has ghostwritten for numerous national and local publications including The Hill, Houston Chronicle, Education Week, and State Journal.
Terri joined kglobal from Crosby Marketing Communications where she managed several federal and nonprofit clients including the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, and Disabled American Veterans. Prior to Crosby, Terri served as artistic assistant to the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s OrchKids program, assisting with community engagement and education efforts.
Terri is a graduate of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County where she earned a degree in music and the University of Maryland, University College where she earned her second bachelor’s in marketing. She is currently working towards her Master of Arts in Media and Strategic Communication at George Washington University.
One last thing… In her spare time, Terri is currently working on her master’s thesis that will investigate the media effects of American media on humanitarian crises with regards to foreign policy.
Corporate Social Responsibility 101: Implementing a Program
October 23, 2017
October 23, 2017
| by Terri Baumann
Everyone knows what corporate social responsibility is, why it’s needed, and how consumers are valuing it more when choosing a product. Yet while companies know it’s important, how to effectively start and manage a corporate social responsibility program remains a challenge, especially for younger companies. Here are the three things to keep in mind when […]