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Claire Schultz

Director, Marketing, Communications, Business Development

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Organizational champion and collaborative communicator capturing and elevating the knowledge and intellectual capacity of our people and partners to affect change in the social sector.  

“Communication leads to community—that is, to understanding, intimacy, and mutual valuing.”—Rollo May

A thought starter, idea builder, and concept driver, Claire inspires discussion, listening, and leading with purpose. Whether running an internal riff session or collaborating with social sector organizations, her ability to connect ideas, bridge concepts, and identify unique perspectives is illuminating new opportunities for TCC and its partners.   

Responsible for reimagining the company’s marketing strategy and continually accelerating brand recognition, Claire consistently places experts on national platforms, giving voice to and elevating awareness of innovative initiatives driving social change. 

Under her leadership, TCC is gaining increased recognition for its expanded strategic offerings, including a host of purposeful tools to prepare clients to face myriad post-pandemic challenges. Whether organizations seek incremental change or a radical re-envisioning of entrenched societal systems, Claire actively engages industry thought leaders and centers of excellence on behalf of clients to identify opportunities for knowledge sharing and problem solving. 

Having spent more than two decades developing and operationalizing marketing strategies, building and strengthening brand reputations, and designing communications programs for a range of high-visibility nonprofit organizations, foundations, and companies, Claire is known for her action-oriented communications style and perpetual forward motion.     

From the corporate world to the nonprofit community, her many achievements stem from fostering effective communication and collaboration across departments and functions—resulting in increased visibility for organizations and enhanced awareness of their priority issues.  

At TCC Group:

  • Multi-channel marketing campaigns
  • Content development and dissemination
  • Data-driven marketing and communications
  • Digital analytics and insights
  • Lead generation and business advancement
Before TCC Group:

Amnesty International: Overseeing all fundraising, marketing, communications, digital engagement, and events, Claire devised the organization’s fundraising and marketing plan and secured board approval to invest in a new monthly giving program as a strategic lever to increase long-term revenue growth. In her lead marketing role, she developed national marketing campaigns for six program areas that increased national media exposure and included membership-led local community outreach and education initiatives. As a member of the executive leadership team, she contributed to the development of the firm’s strategic plan, represented the U.S. division on the global management team, and served as the primary point person on a global exchange for sharing fundraising and marketing insights and best practices with colleagues from international offices. 

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF): Through her role in JDRF’s national headquarters, Claire established the organization’s first integrated marketing and communications department. She initiated a major rebranding initiative that repositioned the organization for success and remains in place today.  In addition to leading all marketing and communications, Claire was responsible for community outreach and engagement which required close collaboration with 84 chapters and a force of volunteers nationwide. Her contributions resulted in improved analytics modeling for the firm’s rebranding effort as well as the development of corporate social responsibility and cause marketing campaigns, leading to an annual increase in corporate fundraising from national partners. 

  • Tulane University
    • BA, Communications/Rhetoric
  • University of East Anglia
    • Certificate in Linguistic Studies
Board and Volunteer Service:
  • Jewish Community Project Founding Board Member
  • Music Beats Cancer – Board Member
  • Focus Forward Project – Course Facilitator
  • The Changing Room 11 — Volunteer 
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