Curiosity and perspective = new insights.
Gracie Communications brings both an outsider’s perspective and an insider’s insights to its projects. We can make observations that might otherwise go unnoticed because we insist on connecting your communication efforts to your business goals. Our experience, combined with a curiosity about your competitive landscape, will help you understand who your key audiences really are and how to reach them with messages that will make them listen.
Lisa Sirkin Vielee, President and Strategic Consultant
Lisa has a varied and extensive background in communications and public relations. Lisa’s nearly 20 years of experience in the tourism, arts and corporate landscape was honed through her work for big name Indianapolis-area firms. She also has worked directly for not-for-profit and government organizations, including The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, FitCity Indianapolis, and the Office of the Governor, where she served as Deputy Press Secretary.
When she’s not working, you’ll find Lisa out in the community sharing her craft. She has presented her work at Blog Indiana, American Association of Museums and Grantmakers in Health conferences. Lisa also stays active through her volunteer work for the Fishers Arts Council, Junior Achievement of Central Indiana, the Indiana AIDS Fund, and Christ the King School.
Lisa has a bachelor’s degree in English from Miami University (Ohio) with a concentration in Journalism. She also completed a Journalism and Politics program at American University.
Jennifer Stringer, Account Manager and Wordsmith
Jennifer has worked with a variety of organizations to create marketing materials, articles, newsletters, social media and presentation materials for industry-specific audiences, educators and the general public. Jennifer has an ability to craft creative, compelling copy that connects with readers and her attention to detail is only matched by her calm and compassionate demeanour.
She has worked for various organizations, including The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, The Access Group and the Delaware Humanities Forum. Prior to joining Gracie Communications, Jennifer maintained a freelance career providing writing, research and social media for organizations throughout Indiana as well as articles for various publications, including Extra!, the membership magazine for The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, and Indy’s Child.
She has a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Cincinnati and a master’s degree in Communication and Rhetoric from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.