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Discover how Comms Noire was designed to help you make the ultimate social impact.

You need creative environments--not limiting gray walls.

Comms Noire pros are health communications and social marketing professionals who have a passion for creating high-impact messages. We  know that the campaigns we develop have the potential to improve lives and shape culture for the better. Comms Noire provides members with inspiring environments for thinking outside of the box and influencing change.

You should be empowered to use your own voice to advocate for our own community.

Comms Noire pros are communications experts with extremely valuable culture adds. We are educated in population health and critical social issues, but also come to the table as native members of our country’s diversity of ethnic communities. While our cultural fluency often goes underutilized in the workplace, we know how to speak to our own people. Comms Noire provides members with the leadership training, mentorship and project consultation they need to strengthen their own voices.


You need to be among like-minded professionals who believe in doing this together.

Comms Noire pros often work as the only communications professional in their respective offices, managing tasks across disciplines (event planning, media-relations, copy writing, web design and strategic planning). They work in silos without the benefit of creative, collaborative teams. Comms Noire connects you with a community of change-making communicators who believe in building together and supporting one another.



Get the coaching you need to execute the work and lead the movement.

Helps us build something new.
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The socially savvy career professional who is still trying to convince leadership that social media is a full-time job.

The well connected grassroots organizer who has had to acquire on-the-job skills to support policy initiatives in his city.

The graphic designer who is always first to volunteer support for pro bono  projects at the office.


The social justice warrior who is vocal about the real issues on and off the clock.

The 10-year comms generalist who is under-resourced and has always been the only communications person on staff.

The soloprenuer with big ideas who could use a little accountability and a lot of community to stay motivated.

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