Communications

Translating Our Clients’ Visions into Effective Programs and Events

Strategic Communications

Working in partnership with clients to support their priority objectives and program outcomes to meet their goals:

  • Content research and development
  • Branding and design of materials
  • Design and staffing of exhibits
  • Planning and managing meetings and conferences
  • System and website development

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community outreach

Helping our clients develop multicultural messages, multilingual
materials, and events that are culturally competent and that
effectively engage trusted community leaders and partners:

  • Program design and management
  • Strategic planning and stakeholder coordination
  • Message and materials development
  • Focus groups, think tanks, and forums for target populations

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International collaborations

Liaising with U.S. and international partners to develop and manage bilateral and multilateral agreements and cooperative programs:

  • VIP and dignitary assistance
  • Identification of in-country resources
  • Passport and visa facilitation
  • International travel
  • Translation and interpretation services
  • Multilingual staffing
  • Coordination with embassy personnel
  • Payments to collaborating organizations

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Case Studies

To respond to the client’s aim to unite people working and living with HIV in the Caribbean to exchange ideas, develop networks, and learn from global HIV experts, Altum’s Center for Strategic Communications staff partnered with the Office of AIDS Research (OAR) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), to identify regional leaders to guide conference planning over a 2-year period. Altum staff seamlessly managed program development, marketing, branding, community engagement, website development, and logistics through partnerships developed in the Caribbean and with experts brought in throughout the process. This work culminated in the 2011 Caribbean HIV Conference: Strengthening Evidence To Achieve Sustainable Action, a 3-day event attended by nearly 3,000 participants from 51 countries.

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