We are delighted to welcome you to the Constant Contact Community. We hope you find new ideas, learn about marketing and your Constant Contact account and get advice that helps you drive results for your business here in the community. 


Whether you are new to the community or a seasoned veteran, hello! Tell us a little bit about yourself, what you do, and what you hope to get out of your time here.


  • What’s your name?
  • Tell us a little about your small business or nonprofit and what you do there.
  • What is your favorite part about working for a small business or nonprofit organization?
  • What are you passionate about?


We can’t wait to get to know all of you!

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HI I am Stacia and me and my coworker Kayla work together to get quarterly newsletters out for our non-profit I have loved learning about newsletters and think this is such a helpful program!!! I can't wait to use thus more. I used it weekly at my last job and it was so easy to make and watch the reports!


My name is Felita Kealing

 I work at Marshall Fundamental Secondary School and am responsible for Marketing and Client Relations we are a school serving students in grades 6 through 12. My responsibilities include a weekly e-newsletter, as well as Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

My favorite part is working with the students and being able to support them in various capacities, especially by telling their amazing stories.

I am passionate about building relationships and celebrating milestones big and small.


Hi All - I'm Amy van den Dijssel. I am the Marketing & Social Media Manager for a small Senior Move Management company called Changing Places, based in Westchester, NY. We help older adults with transitions like moving or "aging in place" and all that it entails. I work on promoting our industry and company, as well as sharing helpful information about decluttering, organizing, and creating successful online downsizing auctions. I love promoting the great work that my company does for clients, as well as for charities in our community. I also enjoy constantly learning about new marketing ideas and watching social media evolve.

Hey there! I'm Jenna, and I work as the Front Desk Associate for McCormick Woods Association in Port Orchard, WA. Our Homeowner's Association is made up of almost 1,200 homes, and we're going to be growing to over 3,000 homes soon! Our community is busy with using Constant Contact as a resource to engage homeowners/residents on upcoming events, meetings, reminders, newsletters, outages - you name it! As a nonprofit, our goal is to work alongside homeowners in many aspects of this community. I love being able to meet so many people, especially being front and center, but it also has its downside sometimes, too. (If you know you know) When I'm not at work, I spend a lot of time serving at my church in our youth group, loving and encouraging high school students right where they're at. Fun facts about me? Married to my husband Adam for almost 5 years (time flies!), only have about 38 plant children (only - but who's counting!?), I'm a HUGE coffee enthusiast (I love me a good espresso shot and making latte art!), enneagram 2w3 through and through (look it up - it's me in a nutshell!), extrovert (where are my people!?), singer, water coloring (wannabe) artist and getting outdoors in the beautiful PNW are just a few of my passions and things which fill my time outside of work! 

Hi I'm Maureen Ferguson, an Executive Director for CMSNE a local New England regional professional networking and education organization.  We've used CC for almost 10 years for electronic email messaging and event registration.   Have always found CC to be responsive and helpful to questions.   This is a great platform for smaller non-profit organizations, easier to use with minimal learning curve and a great price.   

Hey! I'm Kim Smith...the Marketing and Communications Director for Eagle's Landing Christian Academy in McDonough, GA. I'm a big fan of CC...especially the new SMS capabilities to keep our community informed!

Slow Food DC is a local chapter of Slow Food USA, supporting good, clean, and fair food for all. Our work involves educating consumers and supporting businesses that promote these values in the DC region. 

I'm Lorraine Brock and I own www.GetOrganized.ws a professional organizing company in the Dallas, Texas. We provide online workshops for getting organized and in person in the Dallas are. We also provide in-home and virtual organizing services throughout the U.S. 


Other services we provide are packing, unpacking, senior downsizing, Christmas decorating, Digital Organization and Interior Design Services.


My favorite part of being a small business is two things.

1. The freedom of a flexible schedule. Work when I need to, and my team takes care of things when I take off. It's the best of both worlds... I love the freedom I have.

2. I love marketing and the big picture of adding new services. I love being creative with new ways to grow my business. 


I have been using Constant Contact for over 10 years. I have loved everything about their services. 

Hi everyone! My name is Jaclyn and I am the founder and president of Happily Furever After Rescue! We are a foster based rescue in Connecticut that save both dogs and cats at risk of euthanasia. My work is extremely rewarding and I absolutely love what I do! :smileyface: 

Hello,  I'm Paul Draper: Mentalist, Magician, Speaker!


I’m back presenting in-person shows and presentations

I’ve been performing at Disneyland, on Royal Caribbean, for Apple, T-Mobile, Meta/Facebook etc.  


Recent shows have taken me from Hollywood-to-Miami-to-Boston-London & everywhere in-between. 


Here are my latest Demos Videos: 


Stage Show:


Cyber Security Talks:



Photos and Posters: 




Paul Draper has been seen on History, A&E, HBO, Discovery, Hallmark, Travel, HGTV, and shows like Hell’s Kitchen, Pawn Stars, Mindfreak, and House Hunters. In Las Vegas, he has headlined showrooms for casinos including the Orleans Casino & Planet Hollywood and served as house magician for 7 years at the Venetian. Recently he has been working as a professor and distinguished lecturer at multiple universities while also performing shows at Disneyland and for thousands of people a week at home over Zoom.


Show Description:

Paul Draper acts as your guide to the secrets of human nature and wonders of the universe, breaking the laws of physics and defying the rules of reality. Become an expert in persuasion and deception as he demonstrates how to determine who has something to hide. Watch in disbelief as he bends metal and minds at will. Draper will make you laugh, gasp, and question the world as you know it. His award-winning, internationally acclaimed show Mysteries of the Mind combines magic, music, comedy, and mentalism to create custom experiences unique to each new audience.



  • What’s your name?
  • Tell us a little about your small business or nonprofit and what you do there.
  • What is your favorite part about working for a small business or nonprofit organization?
  • What are you passionate about?

My name is Fern Remedi-Brown.  Our nonprofit is Sowing Opportunities, Inc.  We didn't set out to create a nonprofit organization.  In 2011 our then 6-year-old daughter, who was adopted from Guatemala, asked to meet her biological mother.  We located her in 2015 and learned that the entire village, which is in an extremely remote indigenous region, was destitute and their land was completely unfarmable due to its rocky soil and mountainous terrain.   We decided to help the entire village.  They now have a 600,000 gallon capacity water tank and infrastructure, lacking filtration and the funds to power it, so that is one of our projects.  We delivered 6½ tons of groceries to the entire village of 350 families in 2021, during the Covid-19 pandemic.  We currently have an agricultural project that allows people to grow native vegetables in greenhouses at their homes and corn in black plastic bags so that they are now food-secure.  And, we have moved now to a 2nd village where the women are caring for their children alone because most of their husbands have traveled to try to make it to the U.S.  They are not only grateful, they are incredible workers, working together, because they are deeply motivated to feed their children.  Having food security helps Central Americans to stay in their communities because their hunger is addressed and they have hope for their futures.


I do everything here in the U.S. - I serve as executive director, do all the planning, operations, communications and marketing, and sale of fair trade Guatemalan handicrafts.  We have a team in Guatemala - a project manager and an agricultural engineer.


My favorite part is that I know I am making a difference in the world in a deeply impactful and long-lasting way, creating economic and racial justice on a global scale.

I am passionate about social justice, and also helping to create a path for biological families to stay together and adopted children to know their origins.



Sowing Opportunities


Hi, I am Thelma and I work for a wonderful senior living community in Virginia. It's been the best career choice! I love working with seniors and gaining wisdom from them. 

Hi! I'm Kate and this account is used by a manufacturer in the B2B space. 

Hello, I'm Scott, the Director of Marketing for PMWeb. At PMWeb we aim to improve the construction industry by helping our clients reduce project delays, see where they can make improvements and better utilize resources, and manage their projects from planning through completion and asset management. When not pitching a new idea in the office, you can find me pitching on the golf course.

Hi! This is Ryan from Music Teachers National Association. MTNA was founded in 1876 and supports more than 17,000 independent music teachers, collegiate faculty, and college students. We publish a number of digital and printed journals about music teaching, as well as organize conferences and events for both students and teachers. MTNA has a network of more than 500 affiliated local and state music teachers organizations across the US. 

Hello!  I'm Elizabeth, the director of a small non-profit in the mountains of Virginia.  My organization preserves a building of local historic significance and uses it for the good of the community through our programs related to the arts, local foods, economic and youth development. This is a very small community which makes my work truly rewarding as I get to see the impact of the work I do on the people around me.

Hello! My name is Amy and I am the Director of Marketing for a non-profit. Our organization is a combination of Economic Development, Chamber of Commerce, and Tourism Marketing (my job). I love my job for so many reasons but mainly because I can use my creativity in an ever-changing industry. I also love that our organization has combined the three departments above. Working together helps us better able to serve and grow our local community making Marshall a great place live, work, and play. 


For me personally, my passions are animal rescue, singing, and going on adventures with my kids. 


Check us out!



Have a great day!

- Amy







Hi, we are JASMYN, a nonprofit LGBTQ+ youth center in Florida. We are welcoming a new member of our team who will be engaged with this platform soon, but Constant Contact has been a partner for our constituent communications for a long time. We talk with donors, event participants, community partners, sponsors and Board here. Recently we were able to create a  Legacy Giving program and using this service to keep them close is very important- they did a survey, receive updates on our programs and get invites to exclusive educational opportunities just for them through Constant Contact.










We are Ligori & Ligori located in Florida. We are a personal injury law firm. We're so happy to be part of the Constant Contact community! 

Hi Everyone. 
I run Jurassic Jungle, an immersive theatrical dinosaur company that performs our 55-minute theatrical show nation wide.