Partner Programs

As a Constant Contact Authorized Local Expert, certified Social Media Marketing Presenter, Email Marketing Trainer, and accredited Constant Contact Solution Provider, I’ve been blessed to partner with organizations that serve the small business and nonprofit communities. Some of those organizations are listed below:



Constant Contact was founded as “Roving Software” in 1995, setting up shop in a cramped attic in Brookline, Massachusetts. Back then, email was usually viewed as just a way for friends to communicate online. But their founders saw what it could be: a valuable marketing tool that would help small businesses level the playing field in the battle against big business. By 2005, they surpassed 50,000 customers. Just two years later they doubled the 50k mark it had taken them a decade to reach-introducing a second product and taking their company public in the process. In 2009, Constant Contact reached all-new milestones: A third product (Event Marketing), more customers than ever (250,000), and a second office (Loveland, CO). The next three years saw more new offices (San Francisco, UK) and powerful new products like Social Campaigns, SaveLocal, and SinglePlatform. In 2014, they unveiled their biggest innovation yet: a powerful Toolkit designed to be the all-in-one marketing solution. Through it all, they kept to their mission: to empower small businesses and nonprofits to grow customer relationships and succeed.



SCORE Washington DC is a nonprofit association dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship. They have been doing this for nearly fifty years. Their 320+ Chapters and 11,000+ experienced volunteers provide free, confidential mentoring, local events and workshops. In the Greater Washington DC, SCORE has 10 branches and more than 50 mentors, with collectively over 1000 years of business experience.


DC Chamber of Commerce proudly serves a diverse membership of more than 1,500 individuals. They have key contacts in the DC Council and the Federal Government. The DC Chamber creates a better environment to work, play and do business in the District. They believe that Washington, DC is an exciting, vibrant city with endless opportunities. The Chamber is ready to help your business thrive.


The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, DC Public Library. The District of Columbia Public Library is a vibrant center of activity for residents and visitors in the nation’s capital. The library provides environments that invite reading, learning and community discussion and equips people to learn all their lives, to embrace diversity and to build a thriving city. They are proud to be a recognized force in the community for engaging the mind, expanding opportunities and elevating the quality of life.


TD Bank is one of the 10 largest banks in the U.S., with approximately 26,000 employees and deep roots in the community dating back more than 150 years. The Bank offers a broad array of retail, small business and commercial banking products and services to more than 8.5 million customers through its extensive network of approximately 1,300 convenient locations throughout the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Metro D.C., the Carolinas and Florida.

In addition to banking products, TD Bank and its subsidiaries offer customized private banking and wealth management services through TD Wealth® and vehicle financing and dealer commercial services through TD Auto Finance.


Microsoft Store, Pentagon City, Virginia is a chain of retail stores and an online shopping site, owned and operated by Microsoft and dealing in computers, computer software and consumer electronics. The stores aim to “improve the PC and Microsoft retail purchase experience for consumers worldwide and help consumers make more informed decisions about their PC and software purchases.


Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton’s Small Business Fair is where residents of DC are provided the opportunity to learn about new SBA initiatives, government procurement, how to develop a business plan, strategy, find economic resources and connect small businesses to those resources in the District. Also, participants will learn the role and importance of technology in business development from social media tools to email marketing and cloud and collaborative computing.