Founder & CEO
Kathryn is the CEO of Impact Partners. She brings with her a wealth of hands-on knowledge about what it takes to make all aspects of a nonprofit organization, or a corporate impact strategy, succeed at the highest possible level. Kate has held the positions, seen the results, and thought extensively about what works and what doesn’t work. She has been trusted with crafting a foundational strategy for a wide variety of organizations with unparalleled results—results measured in terms of companies re-imagining their vision and view of themselves, expanding their horizons, and doing more good more quickly than they had previously thought possible. She has worked with national political figures, corporate CEOs, and well-known entrepreneurs to further the interests of Impact Partners' nonprofit and corporate social responsibility clients.
Kate lives in San Diego with her husband Eric, daughter Finley, son Nolan, and dog Bernard. They enjoy camping, traveling, cooking, music and adventure. Kate brings that sense of adventure and candor into her work. Her love of camping and the great outdoors inspires clients to take on challenges with bravery.
Programs and Operations
Beatrice joined the Impact Partners team shortly after graduating from Miami University. She has spent the last several years working in the Cincinnati startup ecosystem, exclusively with social enterprises. Bea has also studied design-thinking and heritage in China, Ireland, Italy, Cuba, and India over the past 10 years. Passionate about journalism, food access, and social entrepreneurship, she had multi-year runs in mentoring and undergraduate teaching as well as managing assets for Miami University’s top student-run news publications. She brings sleepless excitement to the growing Impact Partners team, insisting that business acumen is best when used for social good.
Currently pursuing her Masters in Business Management at Miami University, she works from Cincinnati, OH. Her favorite local nonprofits there are the Blue Manatee Literacy Project, Freestore Foodbank, and Artworks.
Digital Operations Intern
Danielle is a junior at Miami University studying Entrepreneurship and Interactive Media Studies. She has always had a passion for social entrepreneurship and nonprofits, so much so that she founded her own nonprofit, Spread the Happy, in 2018. Through this organization and other social ventures, Danielle has travelled to the Philippines, India, Thailand, and more. She is thrilled to be a part of the Impact Partners team so she can continue making a social impact on the world.
Strategy and Communications
Our resident baby boomer and “OG Changemaker," Brian, has more than 40 years of experience providing compelling communications materials for nonprofit and corporate organizations that have included the U.S. Postal Service, the Federal Aviation Administration, Childrens Hospital (Los Angeles), the University of California (Los Angeles, Irvine, and Santa Barbara campuses), Bank of America, Xerox Corporation, the National Childhood Cancer Foundation, Scripps Memorial Hospital, and Health Valley Foods as well as numerous regional and local companies. He was a faculty member at two major universities, and was part of a PBS series on personal finance, for which he wrote two episodes and won an Emmy.
Operations and Support
Roseleigh is a highly motivated and personable multi-tasker who delivers quality results on time and within budget. Her expertise is providing superior client service to high-profile brands. Roseleigh’s career focus has been in digital media, sales and marketing. In previous roles, she has been responsible for developing and executing all aspects of digital media and integrated advertising campaigns. Her experience includes content creation for a trade book publisher’s website, coordination of promotional materials, and event administration. She has managed $2.8MM in digital media campaigns at an active lifestyle company, contributing to more than $1.5MM in renewal business yearly.