Maven Communications, a Philadelphia-based integrated communications agency, is pleased to announce the addition of two new clients to the agency’s roster: WOMEN’S WAY and the Independence Seaport Museum.
Celebrating its 40th year, WOMEN’S WAY, a nonprofit that inspires and mobilizes the community to invest in organizations that advance the rights of and opportunities for women and girls, has engaged Maven to create and execute a communications strategy to support the organization’s upcoming rebrand and repositioning.
Independence Seaport Museum is the region’s primary steward of art, history, and artifacts related to the Port of Philadelphia. The Museum has tapped Maven to launch a 12-month campaign to increase awareness of the Museum and its diverse programs and services while repositioning the Museum as a thought leader for everything happening within the Delaware River Watershed.
“We’re excited to be a part of key transformations for both WOMEN’S WAY and the Independence Seaport Museum. The public can expect to see exciting things from both, and it all begins with a thoughtful and well executed communications plan,” said Jessica Sharp, Principal of Maven Communications.