Douglas is a marketing and communications specialist who helps nonprofit organizations develop cost-effective strategies that deliver priority messages to target audiences, and produce extraordinary results. In addition to his marketing experience, he brings with him a depth of knowledge on a range of issues related to nonprofit management, environmental sustainability and economic development, as well as extensive experience in film and television production. [expand title=”more”] Prior to starting his work with Bernuth & Williamson in 2004, Douglas was with The Nature Conservancy, where he managed media relations for the organization’s 28 international programs, and led outreach efforts for priority initiatives and special projects. Alongside his work with Bernuth & Williamson, he has been a featured speaker at various national and international conferences, has been a contributor to National Public Radio’s Weekend Edition, has taught nonprofit marketing and led an innovative speaker series at Skidmore College, and has served on the board of the rare cancer research fund, ACCRF. Fluent in Spanish and conversant in Portuguese, Douglas graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Indiana University with a bachelor’s degree in comparative literature and Spanish and later received a master’s degree with honors from the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.