Hadley Impact Consulting is the one-stop shop for your social impact campaign. Our gifted team provides consulting, fundraising, and management services throughout the life of your campaign to get you the outcomes you envision. We prioritize relationships and results so you get the most out of your strategic partnerships while reaching your campaign goals.
At Hadley Impact Consulting, we believe collaboration is key. We use our expertise to solicit, secure, and expand lasting partnerships with like-minded organizations so your brand and campaign can have huge success and major social impact.
People are our passion and partnerships are our specialty. With our flair for fundraising, sales, and presentation, we can help you build enduring, mutually beneficial relationships with clients, partners, and everyone in between.
"In an effort to help the Global Poverty Project realize its vision to end extreme poverty by 2030, Hadley Impact specializes in the cultivation of meaningful, lasting relationships for Global Poverty Project and its partners. Since 2011, we have fostered the formation of strategic alignments and mutually beneficial partnerships with foundations, corporations and non-profits that have common goals while helping to procure funding for the Global Poverty Project, its various campaigns and the Global Citizen Festival." -GPP
No matter where you are in your journey, Hadley Impact Consulting can help. Whether you’re building a program from scratch, growing your network, or planning a gala, our team will help you organize and carry out effective campaigns and outstanding events.
The Global Poverty Project aims to increase the number and effectiveness of people taking action to see an end to extreme poverty. They harness the power of education, communications, advocacy, campaigning, and media to advance the movement to end extreme poverty.
GPP campaigns for government, business, and consumer action that will create important systemic change for the world’s extreme poor. Now, they’re building a movement that engages, educates, and encourages people to take simple but effective individual actions for change.
In 2012 and 2013 — with a live audience of 60,000 each year and a worldwide media reach of more than 3 billion people — the Global Citizen Festival on the Great Lawn of Central Park helped leverage $1.3 Billion in new funding commitments for the world’s poorest communities. The festival has featured legendary artists like Neil Young, Foo Fighters, Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, John Mayer and more. Supporters of this revolutionary campaign include Bill Gates, Bono, Hugh Jackman, Gerard Butler, Larry King, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, President Jim Kim of the World Bank, and countless world leaders. The event secured partnerships from some of the world's most progressive charities and international brands and made history as the largest live-streamed charity event syndication in history.
There are tens of millions of children growing up throughout the world severely disadvantaged because they have no family. That’s tens of millions of children living every day without the hugs, love, and support a parent can provide.
After Deborra-lee Furness and Hugh Jackman adopted their two children, Deborra-lee had a vision to support all the other children who were left without families. That vision was Hopeland, the world’s only Family Nation where our actions make it possible for each child to grow up with loving parents. In Hopeland, every child has the opportunity to become a happy, healthy, and productive individual who belongs to a family, a community, and the world. Hopeland facilitates collaboration between the world’s leading nonprofits with a common goal to provide children with their birthright: a loving, attentive family. Deborra-lee continues to marshal change and raise awareness as an active member of Hopeland’s Advisory Board.
Beyond Right and Wrong boldly asks us, what does it take to forgive? How can a mother pardon the murderer of her children? How does a daughter reconcile with the man who killed her father? This award-winning documentary, produced and co-directed by Lekha Singh, explores the depth of the human emotions surrounding some of the world’s greatest conflict situations — the genocide in Rwanda, the conflict in Israel and Palestine, the Troubles in Northern Ireland — and sheds light on the complicated path from rage to acceptance.
FilmRaise is an online platform that connects filmmakers, charities, and viewers for social change. FilmRaise partners filmmakers with donors and top human rights organizations to raise money for worthy causes while raising the viewership of inspiring social impact films.
is campaign development and engagement strategy with a built-in technology solution. The Time Machine App will go hand-in-hand with an annual Time Machine Festival that will debut in 2015, combining to create a platform that will help ignite a social impact movement as participants gain a deeper appreciation for time by spending it in inspiring ways and on behalf of others.
The Time Machine App is an innovative technology that creates unique and fulfilling experiences, incentivizes actions, promotes community service and empowers people to engage in positive social outlets. By completing challenges on the app and sharing their accomplishments on social media, attendees will be able win prizes and earn a ‘ticket’ to the Time Machine Festival, which will take place Sept. 2015 in Salt Lake City.
Time Machine is designed so that brands, events and charities can create custom campaigns to gamify the engagement of their communities.
Lindsay Hadley has lived in Australia, Russia, and China and traveled to more than 35 countries. Early in her career, she facilitated dozens of international humanitarian projects in Kenya, Peru, Mexico, and Thailand. Since then, she has raised more than $24M for social causes. Lindsay executive produced The End of Polio Concert in Perth, Australia, and the Global Citizen Festival in 2012 and 2013 in Central Park, which – with a live audience of 60,000 and a worldwide media reach of more than 3 billion — is the largest charity event syndication to date. The mother of two small boys and the wife of a loving and supportive husband, Lindsay knows that relationships are most important in this life.
Jacque Baumer has more than ten years of professional experience working in the non-profit sector as a development specialist, program director, board member, campaign manager and consultant for organizations that cover issues ranging from Autism to Human Trafficking to Equine Therapy. Jacque is a Presidential Service Award recipient and, over the last three years, has been instrumental in raising nearly $6 million for worthy causes. Jacque’s greatest joy comes from being the wife of a loving and supportive husband and the mother of two beautiful children.
Genna Lasko has worked both nationally and internationally with organizations whose missions range from economic development, child sex trafficking, and education. She worked as the Concert Director for both Child Rescue’s Candlelight Serenade and The End of Polio Concert in Perth, Australia. As the Program Director for Child Rescue she created an educational youth program to teach students about trafficking. She has worked with the Global Poverty Project as the Program Director for Utah’s Night for Global Citizens with Larry King. She is most passionate about being a wife and mother.
Nikki Eberhardt has lived in Russia, Mexico, Israel, Lithuania, Latvia and Bolivia. She speaks Russian. She co-founded and is co-president of the United Nations Women Utah Chapter, which reduces inequality and empowers women and girls in developing countries. She also works with a United Way coalition that serves refugee youth. Nikki teaches University of Utah students about economics, politics, and demographics of globalization. Her M.A. in International Development and her Ph.D. (ABD) in International Sociology have trained her to statistically and qualitatively analyze an interconnected world. Nikki is a wife and mother of three.
Dani Palmer holds an M.A. in International Diplomacy and has worked both domestically and internationally on economic development and micro-credit programs, mainly in East Africa. Recently, she served as program and development director for Child Rescue, an anti-trafficking organization. She currently serves as development director for the Twin Cities Film Fest. Dani recently joined the Global Poverty Project as a contractor. She is a wife and new mom.
Tyler Brklacich is a Utah Valley University student majoring in Political Science with an emphasis in International Relations. He has worked for several non-profit organizations as Director of Development, including Child Rescue and Autism Journeys. During his time at Autism Journeys, he executed Cali’s Charitable Hearts’ Gala and raised $118,000. Currently, Tyler serves as the Vice President of the Academic Senate at UVU. He is excited to continue to serve and grow with remarkable organizations that are responsible for worldwide change.
Gretta Whalen has an MA in English Literature, a BA in Journalism and ten years of professional writing and editing experience. After graduating from Brigham Young University in 2005, Gretta wrote for Salt Lake Magazine, E! Online, The Hollywood Reporter, and Eliza Magazine. Gretta was also a member of the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer media team from 2006-2007, helping to coordinate press for events across the country. In 2013, Gretta received her master's degree from California State University, Los Angeles. With a passion for education, human rights, and media of all kinds, Gretta periodically blogs about social issues and has volunteered at 826LA and Hollywood Arts.
Amber Lindke earned a bachelor's degree in Communication Studies from Canisius College and a master's degree from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. Amber worked briefly in TV news before receiving a life-changing cancer diagnosis. Amber previously worked at University at Buffalo Neurosurgery, Inc. (UBNS) as a Marketing and Business Development Specialist and served as Executive Director of the Program for Understanding Childhood Concussion and Stroke (PUCCS), a non-profit organization dedicated to research and educational programs in the area of youth concussion and stroke. Amber is grateful to be a member of the Hadley Impact team.
Taylor Smoot is a political activist and entrepreneur living in Prague, Czech Republic. He has a master’s degree from Charles University and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History from Colorado State University where served as student body president and a sitting member of the Board of Governors of the Colorado University System. Taylor is committed to making a difference and challenges everyone to take action and do something small everyday to make their community a better place.
Henry Strike is a Cincinnati, Ohio, native who moved to Salt Lake City to attend the University of Utah. There, he received a bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a minor in Campaign Management. Henry has also completed multiple internships, both locally and nationally, with the Hinckley Institute of Politics. An avid skier and hiker, Henry continually makes an effort to challenge himself in every aspect of his life.
Amanda Simmons has over 15 years of sales experience in the pharmaceutical and medical device industry. As a Corporate Account Executive with Cardinal Health, she worked with hospitals and health systems in the western U.S. Most recently, Amanda built and managed a territory of over $3 million in annual sales for the McKesson Corporation. She attended The College of the Holy Cross and the University of Utah where she earned degrees in Philosophy and World Religion. Passionate about service, Amanda mentors underprivileged women and single mothers. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband Paul and their son, Jacob.
Andrea Fennewald holds bachelors degrees in Psychology and Business from Northwestern University. She has been a mentor, associate board member, and volunteer to several NGOs including Big Brothers & Big Sisters, Learning Leaders, Art of Elysium, and Gilda’s Club, and she founded and directed an organization to bring art education to underserved NYC youth. She taught English in Southeast Asia, worked with HIV/Aids orphans in Thailand, and has a background in marketing and brand development for L’Oreal, Bvlgari, and Shiseido.
Bren Robinson is a Utah native and loves to call it home. She has a BA in Mass Communications with an emphasis in journalism and has worked for KTVX Channel 4 in Salt Lake City, producing television newscasts. More recently, she has been involved in community volunteerism and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce, is the Community Outreach Specialist, for Foundation For Family Life in Riverton, and has volunteered on various projects for groups such as Global Poverty Project, and Knight of Heroes. She has two children and a darling new niece and loves to spend free time with them.
Ashley Reid has a BA in Psychology and is currently working on a master’s in Public Administration. She has a background in grant writing and a strong interest in pursuing a career in fundraising. When she’s not studying, Ashley can be found hiking on the trails in Southern Utah, where she lives.
Alta Clare recently graduated from Brigham Young University-Idaho with a BA in Communication where she studied news, journalism, and organizational communication. Alta hopes to use the knowledge she gained in school to answer a global call for help by investing her time in studying global issues and learning about possible solutions.
Xiaoqing Huang is a graduate student at the University of Utah where she is pursuing a master’s in Public Administration. Xiaoqing worked as the assistant to a Vice Mayor in Beijing before relocating to Salt Lake City. She has spent the past two years learning about local nonprofits and is thrilled to be working with organizations that are determined to make a difference.
Carli Christensen is currently studying Communications at Utah Valley University. Carlie began volunteering for wildlife causes and fundraisers with her fathers’ non-profit, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, at ten years old. Her passion for people and service lead her to complete an 18-month humanitarian mission in the U.K. Carli is excited to be part of the Hadley Impact Consulting team and looks forward to working toward positive change in the world.
R.J. Mattei Originally from upstate New York, R.J. is currently in Utah pursuing a master’s degree in accounting from Brigham Young University. He has worked in accounting academic research, athletic event management, and sports marketing. Although he specializes in analyzing financial data, he believes that his education and experience can best be used to improve the world around him and help those in need. When he manages to get away from school and work, he loves to play volleyball and spend time with family.
Nicolette Maruri holds a BS in Communications from the University of Utah and has over a decade of experience in marketing and fundraising with major organizations such as the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Kaiser Permanente, and the California Academy of Sciences. Nicolette has also volunteered with several humanitarian organizations including Help International and Inner-City Arts, and has worked on an Editorial Advisory Committee at the U of U. Having spent several months in Uganda and Costa Rica, she has hands-on experience with projects aimed at improving education, infrastructure, and public health for poverty-stricken communities.
Katie Larsen is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Humanities and editing at Brigham Young University. Katie calls California home, but has lived in New Jersey, England, Utah, and most recently Brazil, where she and her husband spent summer practicing their Portuguese. Katie is excited to work with Hadley Impact in creating meaningful change in the world.
Laini Oldfield has more than 6 years experience in social work and human resources within NGOs, mental health, and aged care services. Passionate about supporting marginalized communities, particularly female tweens and teens, Laini has worked in Thailand and Nepal with children and youth affected by HIV/AIDS, trafficking and sex slavery. Laini lives in Australia with her husband and their four children.
Zack Trujiliio is studying Public Relations Utah Valley University. As a member of the student government, Zach works with the athletics department at UVU to promote student involvement at sporting events by engaging students with social media marketing and event planning. In just one year, he has increased student participation at sporting events by 200%. Zach served a two-year service mission for his church Frankfurt, Germany where he worked with local church leaders promote service the surrounding communities.
Dana Cooper, a native of California, has lived all over the globe, in London, Portland, Oregon, and on the East Coast. After studying psychology at Saint Mary's College of California, Dana embarked on sales and managerial career, accumulating 10 years of experience in the retail industry. Dana currently lives in Los Angeles with her two children.