• Americans for Securing All Packages

    ASAP (Americans for Securing All Packages) wanted to persuade Congress to pass the STOP Act, requiring the U.S. Postal Service to use advance electronic data (AED) to screen for dangerous material in international shipments. A postal loophole that allows millions of unscreened packages into the country, many containing fentanyl and other synthetic opioids. We launched a Twitter campaign to drive our message underscoring the national health and safety risks posed in the global postal system. The campaign used Promoted Tweets to geo-target members of Congress and their staffers with OpEds and Twitter Cards that shine a spotlight on the millions of packages a day coming into the US through the postal service.

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  • The Rockefeller Foundation

    For the past five years, SKDK has provided strategic communications assistance to The Rockefeller Foundation, its executive leadership, and various programs and initiatives. As part of our effort in supporting the foundation’s resilience-building and thought leadership in resilience, SKDK developed the communications strategy that ensured the foundation, its program team, and executive leadership were the preeminent voices in the field.

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  • Healthcare Education Project NY Organ Donor Campaign

    New York ranks last among the 50 states for percentage of residents signed up for organ donation. SKDK worked with the Healthcare Education Project and LiveOnNY Foundation to launch a paid public awareness campaign to urge New Yorkers to sign up to be organ donors.

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  • Katrina 10: Resilient New Orleans

    As the ten-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approached, the City of New Orleans, in partnership with The Rockefeller Foundation, embarked on a project to tell the story of New Orleans’ comeback, as well as showcase the City as a global role model for what it means to build urban resilience in the face of substantial challenges.

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  • The Campaign for Marriage Equality

    SKDKnickerbocker is proud to have worked on the three recent Supreme Court cases that legalized marriage equality throughout the United States: Obergefell v. Hodges, United States v. Windsor and Hollingsworth v. Perry.

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  • National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

    All eyes were on the Supreme Court as they released their long-awaited decision on Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby. SKDK worked with the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health to ensure that in the post-decision analysis, the voices of Latinas were part of the national dialogue.

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  • Laura Kelly for Governor

    Kansas is one of America’s most conservative states – Trump carried it by over 20 points. But in 2018, the people of Kansas voted for Democrat Laura Kelly to be its next Governor –defeating Trump ally Kris Kobach in an upset that U.S. News called “one of the biggest Democratic victories of the night.” How did she do it?

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  • Ned Lamont for Connecticut

    The 2018 governor’s race in Connecticut represented one of the best pickup opportunities for the Republican Party that cycle. Reliably blue in Presidential years but hyper-competitive in gubernatorial cycles, the Connecticut Governor’s Office had been decided by less than 30,000 votes in each of the last two elections.

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  • Katie Hill for Congress

    Winner – Gold Pollie Award for “Best in Show – Overall Democratic Campaign”

    Winner – Reed Award for “Best Use of Drone Footage in a TV Ad”

    With rapidly changing demographics, California’s 25th Congressional District had been on the National Democrats’ list of targeted seats to flip for several cycles. This only intensified after Hillary Clinton carried the district by 7 points in 2016. In early 2017, housing and homelessness advocate and political newcomer Katie Hill approached SKDK about running for the seat – one that she grew up and still lives in.

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  • Gun Safety Ballot Measures

    2016’s election night produced big victories for the gun safety movement. SKDK is pleased to have produced the media and helped map strategy for two of the winning initiatives, in Nevada and Washington state.

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  • Nanette Diaz Barragan for Congress

    With a campaign focused on putting people ahead of special interests, Nanette Diaz Barragan won one of the most surprising upsets in California congressional history with help from a strategic earned media campaign launched by SKDKnickerbocker.

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  • Jim Hood for Attorney General

    SKDKnickerbocker’s ad campaign helped Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood overcome his opponent by an impressive 11 point margin. He remains the only Democrat to hold statewide office in Mississippi.

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  • Gillette

    Gillette, the leader in men’s razors for decades, was losing market share to direct-to-consumer challengers, facing an unprecedented threat. They turned to the Stagwell Group, National Research Group, and SKDK to develop a television and digital campaign. In the fall of 2017 Gillette saw its first quarter of growth since 2013.

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  • American Airlines Merger

    SKDKnickerbocker was hired by US Airways to manage the strategic communications relating to regulatory approval of this high-profile merger. We worked with the client and supported a team of advisors on virtually every public aspect of the campaign for the combination to create the world’s premier airline.

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