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Hollister Creative can be your special projects team, on-call creative team or outsourced marketing department. We collaborate with leaders as a strategic thought partner invested in your goals. We collaborate with internal teams to add skill sets and capacity.

Why Work with a Social Impact Marketing Agency?

Your organization is already making an impact — positive, negative or neutral. It impacts customers, employees and the community. As a leader, you can ignore the impact or own it.

If you want your marketing efforts to attract and retain loyal customers and engaged employees, while elevating your brand reputation in the community, you must own your impact. 

If you’ve already taken ownership, or want to, you will benefit from working with us.

  • We will be a good culture fit because we share your values.

  • We can help you move toward greater positive impact in ways that strengthen your company internally and externally.

  • We will infuse your marketing and communications with the positive energy that comes from doing good and doing well.

Our Impact, Mission, Vision and Values

Our impact: Hollister Creative donates 3% of revenue from for-profit clients to the United Way Impact Fund, which is working to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty in Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey. If our client is a nonprofit 501(c)(3), we donate 3% back to the nonprofit to support its work. 

Our mission: Hollister Creative seeks to be an agent for change. We help socially conscious organizations reach, inspire and empower their audiences. 

Our vision: Socially conscious organizations change the world for good. 

Our values: We are passionate, knowledgeable, conscientious and collaborative.

Certifications, Affiliations and NAICS Codes

Hollister Creative is a WBENC-certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) and Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB). We hold current registrations for City of Philadelphia, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and U.S. government contracts. Our affiliations include ImpactPHL/BestForPHL, Sustainable Business Network, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses, the Main Line and Greater Philadelphia Chambers of Commerce, the Forum of Executive Women, NAWBO, PACT and WIPP.

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Meet the Team

 

Kim Landry

Founder and President

Kim Landry

Founder and President

Kim brings MarCom mojo to the triple bottom line. She loves helping socially conscious organizations to grow in size, influence and impact. Her focus areas as President are strategy, business development and client relations. Kim chairs The Main Line Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. She is an alum of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program, a member of the Forum of Executive Women and a participant in the Economy League Leadership Exchange. She has been honored as a Woman of Distinction by the Philadelphia Business Journal and inducted into the Decades of Excellence Hall of Fame by the National Women Business Owners Corporation, a WBE certifying agency. She serves on advisory committees for Women's Way, Vision 2020, the Society of Professional Women (SPW) and the Women United initiative of the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey. Previously she was a board member of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter, National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO). Kim earned Supplier Network certification through the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. She is a former Board Chair, New Gulph Children’s Center, and President, Brynford Civic Association. Kim began her career in the newspaper industry as a reporter, editor and newsroom manager. She enjoys gardening, lap cats, lakes, being around horses and doing things she has never done before. Kim earned a B.A. in American Literature from Middlebury College and a Certificate in Corporate Social Responsibility from the University of Pennsylvania and Satell Institute.. Email Kim  Listen to Kim talk about marketing on The Marketing Boss Podcast (#16 MBP 006)

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Georgette Klotz

Vice President, Creative Services

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Georgette Klotz

Vice President, Creative Services

Georgette Klotz manages the design team. She joined Hollister Creative in 2007 as a graphic designer. Georgette’s website and print design work have been recognized with 14 national awards since 2009. She is endlessly curious about new media, technologies and techniques, learning about them to improve her skills and adopting those that can help Hollister Creative and its clients achieve their business goals. Georgette enjoys running and staying in shape, as well as cooking up new recipes in the kitchen. She earned a B.S. from Drexel University in Graphic Design, Honors Program.

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Heidi Karl

Design Consultant

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Heidi Karl

Design Consultant

Heidi Karl’s leadership over more than 20 years has been key to Hollister’s success in delivering exceptional design work that serves client needs and consistently wins national awards. Heidi joined Hollister Creative as the agency’s first graphic designer in 1993. She helped to establish the quality standards that would define the agency as it grew. Her expertise has been recognized with invitations to judge design contests. Heidi is an intrepid world traveler who avoids tourist destinations in favor of horseback riding, hiking and camping in remote areas. She earned a B.S. in Graphic Design from Drexel University.

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Patrick O’Donnell

Content Specialist

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Patrick O’Donnell

Content Specialist

Patrick O’Donnell is Hollister Creative’s content specialist, and joined the team in 2017. Patrick has an extensive background in journalism, with more than 20 years of experience writing and editing for newspapers and magazines. His work on multiple marketing projects has been recognized by both the Pennsylvania News Media Association and the Advertising Manager’s Association. When he’s not writing or reading, you might find him seeking out kid-sized adventure with his sons; mucking about in a garden; canoeing; hiking; bicycling or fiddling about with a camera.

Hollister News

Live Q&A with Hollister Creative President Kim Landry

Hollister Creative President Kim Landry engaged in a live Q&A about marketing communications and social impact at a recent Main Line Chamber of Commerce “Network at Noon” event. The interviewer was her Hollister colleague Georgette Klotz, Vice President for Creative...

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MarCom Alliance, Google join forces for free workshop

We’ve got some exciting news: The MarCom Alliance is teaming up with Google on Jan. 24 for a free educational workshop in downtown Philadelphia! The workshop will break down the buying funnel and teach you the skills you need to engage with your audience on every step...

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