With more than 8+ years of global communications experience, Mads has taken her storytelling skills on the road with her. As a remote brand strategist, she partners with innovative, ethical, and bold brands to help tell their story with impactful articulation.
She's passionate about women's entrepreneurship, education, eco-friendly innovation, feminism, travel, and the outdoors.
Basecamp | Denver
Name: Madison Hanna Location: Denver, Colorado Skills: Storytelling, Copywriting, Photography, Media Relations Find me: LinkedIn [bite-sized branding & copywriting guidance ], Everything else: Curated Compass [brand therapy for the modern business] Instagram [brand spotlights & tips/tricks to up your copywriting game] It all started because I wanted an "adult gap year."
Client Work (Technology)
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Hey founders, how many times a quarter do you have these thoughts? Our branding is pretty weak. The website needs a refresh.
For every one good joke, hundreds fail before it. Stand-up comedians excel at two things: experimentation and knowing how to read a room.