Ever meet someone, know they’re really smart, and have no clue what they’re talking about?

The head nod is appropriate at a cocktail party. But in a business context—they snooze, you lose. Feeling a bit called out?

Let’s work together

KIM WENSEL, FOUNDER

Translator & Curator

I’ve made a career out of chasing my curiosities. From international development to app development, producing podcasts to procuring inventory across the globe, I’ve done a bit of everything.

The through line? Helping people break through complexity and connect with ideas, movements, and each other through verbal and visual cues.

BY THE NUMBERS

38 websites written
1 pitch landed a segment on the today show
$7M+ secured in grants for a nonprofit
3 businesses launched in ten years
2 Master’s Degrees in Public Health & Social Work

career clients

MY APPROACH

THERE’S A LOT OF NOISE OUT THERE.

What’s trending. What your people are looking for. What your peers are doing.

How you want to show up—that can easily become a watered down afterthought.

My sweet spot is taking all of your “does this make sense?” and “what I wish I could say” statements and weaving them into an unmistakable narrative.

Sometimes it just takes an hour together to get unstuck. Other projects require a trusted co-pilot to bring an idea to life. While the scope may vary, the services I most often provide include:

01

MESSAGING & COPYWRITING

Positioning and Core Messaging
Brand Voice Development
Translating Complex Ideas
Website Copy
Pitching

02

CREATIVE
DIRECTION

Brand Strategy and Visuals
Website Mapping
Editorial Direction
Naming and Packaging
Speaking and Podcast Development

You helped me stay accountable to this vision and believe in myself in moments when the doubts, fears of unworthiness or “will people get it?” creeped in.

what to expect

Wondering if we’d be a good fit?

  • 1. FILL OUT AN INQUIRY FORM (BELOW)
    Share details about yourself and the project you have in mind. Timing, budget and other needs are all helpful at this stage!
  • 2. Schedule a call
    I’ll review your inquiry within 48 hours and reach out to schedule a call.
  • 3. Meet on screen
    Within a week or so we’ll have a video call to see if it’s a match. This is where you and I get to ask all the questions.
  • 4. Review the proposal
    If a partnership is looking likely, I’ll write a proposal specific to your project needs within a week of our meeting.
  • 5. Project kick off
    When I’m excited, I have trouble practicing patience. That’s why most of my projects kick off within 4 weeks of approval.

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