We're On a Mission to Move
Communities Forward

With more than 60 years’ combined experience, we’ve seen how people, politics, and organizations can make communities better (or worse).

We’re committed to helping you get it right to make a positive impact in your community.

What We Stand For


Doing the right thing isn’t always easy, but it’s always the right thing to do. We put our clients first, but we never compromise our values.


Our clients put their reputations, resources, and  their lives into improving their communities. They deserve our best work too. 


Because we expect excellence from ourselves, we strive to continue learning, improving, and finding new ways to help our clients. 


For us, this means collaboration, mutual respect, support, and the understanding that we’re all in this together. 


We believe that everyday people and organizations can make an extraordinary difference in the world, and we want to help them do that.

Meet the Team

Why Us?

Small but mighty.

We are a nimble agency of experienced marketing and communications professionals committed to supporting and creating positive change in our communities—and yours. 

Based out of Pensacola, Florida, we work with companies, causes, and campaigns across the country and around the world. 

All about impact.

As advocacy and engagement specialists, we view marketing differently than most agencies. 

We know that supporting a cause, idea, or person is fundamentally different than buying a consumer product. 

Your communications should be different, too. 

Experience Matters.

Our team is experienced in political and economic development campaigns, nonprofit marketing, journalism, public relations, and community engagement. 

We use our expertise to develop a message that matters—to you and your audience—to achieve maximum impact and measurable results.

Looking to use your marketing or communications experience to help save the world, one community at a time?

Join us!

Travis founded Impact Campaigns in 2003, after working as a campaign operative in several competitive political campaigns. Since that time, he has helped dozens of candidates, clients, and causes with strategic messaging, targeted communications, and brand storytelling. In addition, Travis has directed community engagement campaigns for land use and environmental efforts both locally and internationally. 

With his unique experience in political communications, Travis helps Impact Campaigns deliver innovative campaigns and real results for our clients and their communities. As a avowed beach bum and soccer dad, Travis and his wife Tara live in Pensacola, Florida with their two children. 

Lindsay is a digital native with fifteen years of experience in the digital marketing, content marketing, and social spaces. Her background in media and communications brings a real-world sense of what is newsworthy content (and what is not). Lindsay loves to examine data and discover trends unique to each project while building on fundamentals. 

She is also an accomplished digital strategist, supporting our clients with social media, content development, SEO, digital marketing and online analytics. Her particular niches are public media, podcasting, and digital content and engagement. Lindsay is a proud graduate of Florida State University and Villanova University. She now lives in California with her wife, Sarah, three pets, two kids, and over-ambitious house and garden projects.

Kate has a passion for social impact work, and brings 15+ years of experience in nonprofit marketing and development, strategic communications, and advertising copywriting in California, Washington DC, Florida, and her home state of Kansas. She brings a wealth of communications strategy and copy-editing skill to bear for our clients.

Somewhere in there she also got her Masters in Public Administration from the University of York in England—and snagged her English husband, Alex, with whom she now shares two children. Kate was most recently the Senior Director of Strategic Communications for HumanKind Ministries in Wichita, Kansas before deciding to step down in early 2022 to spend more time with her young children.