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Do Big Things has been growing, and we couldn’t be more excited. We’re expanding every part of our team – from Strategy to Digital Technology to Design and more. As our team grows, we want to take the time to introduce you to them—starting with Kim Hohman, our new Vice President of Digital Strategy.

Kim came to the team with two decades of digital strategy experience in both the corporate and nonprofit sectors. Her intuition-inspired, analytics-driven, authenticity-first approach to digital strategy was honed in her previous roles at Nickelodeon, Upworthy, and Accelerate Change. At the latter, she supported a network of progressive nonprofit organizations on content and new platform development, using lean experimentation to identify the most successful engagement-to-action strategies for growth, sustainability, and political impact.

“Progress is inevitable—when we can work in this space to fortify the messages of progressive organizations, we’re not just helping it along, we’re in service of human development.”

Kim Hohman, 2021

As the internet evolution was happening, Kim was there—and she wanted to be part of it. She worked with as they began breaking ground on SEO, she was digitally organizing with WebLab before it was a common practice, and she was using digital media every day in her personal life. This culminated into her love of digital and how she found herself where she is today. 

Her digital experience isn’t even the coolest thing about Kim! She’s lived all over the world— Germany, Guam, Hawaii, England, DC, Florida, and now Colorado. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and a Master’s in Public Health, giving her a unique insight into issues that many in this sector don’t have. When she’s not knee-deep in digital, she’s got a full house with two grown sons who love to visit, 3 dogs, 4 cats, and her husband to keep her busy. We’re lucky to get some of her time!

A strong advocate for racial, reproductive, and climate justice, Kim joined the Do Big Things team because she was looking to uplift progressive causes and bring them to victory—and we couldn’t be more excited to have her skills to help us. 

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