Clients, projects, and testimonials

Tulane University

For Tulane University, guest lecturer and adviser in a new course on climate change, teaching techniques of nonfiction journalism and narrative strategies supporting social action.

Tuck School of Business

For Tuck School of Business, digital strategy and redesign of sites for MBA and Executive Education recruitment, plus ongoing advising in marketing strategy and analytics.

Dartmouth College

For Dartmouth Center for Advancement of Learning, a Narrative Strategy engagement to develop a vocabulary about teaching and learning that informed their communications program.

I wish I could have Meg at the table for every big-picture project that I work on.

—Sarah Horton, User Experience Strategist and Author

Dartmouth News

For Dartmouth College, a re-imagining of the institution’s News web presence that rolled together headlines, profiles, video, photo galleries, social media, and events.

Mount Holyoke

For Mt. Holyoke College, analysis of their advancement communications program and recommendations for instrumentation, tracking, and messaging.


For Nomacorc, editorial and content strategy for a new corporate blog, part of a content marketing effort, which quickly grew into a respected wine industry resource.

I cannot imagine a job that requires intellect, creativity, and communication skills at which Meg Houston Maker would not merely excel, but set a new standard for expectations in the role.

—David Honig, Publisher, Palate Press

Thayer School of Engineering

For Thayer School of Engineering, training in digital analytics and ongoing advising in marketing communications strategy.

Tufts University

For Tufts University, analysis, strategy, and advising to support advancement and central communications programs.

Brookwood School

For Brookwood School, training in digital analytics, campaign tracking, and integrated marketing communications.

She is smart, honest, plugged in, and filled with advice that we can put to work immediately... I feel lucky that we found her.

—David Nuscher, Communications Strategist

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