Bright Orange Thread
Bright Orange Thread (BOT) partners with SCP to build websites that bridge the gap between organizations and their constituents. BOT’s B2B marketing and non-profit experience paired with a user-focused strategy puts the website visitor’s needs at the forefront. From simple informational websites to complex searchable grants databases, BOT ensures messaging, design, and functionality work together to help visitors achieve their goals. Beautiful designs, powerful content management systems, and easy-to-use sites help organizations spread their mission online.
Carlton Services, LLC is an outsourced bookkeeping and consulting firm that specializes in owner-operated services businesses. Founded in 2002, Carlton has quickly grown into one of the Delaware Valley’s largest bookkeeping firms through a focus on reliable, high quality service delivered by an experienced, professional staff. Carlton currently serves over 60 clients in a variety of industries, including professional services firms, consultants, contractors, and restaurants. Although primarily focused on Philadelphia-area businesses, Carlton has clients located throughout the United States.
Annie Levy is a photographer/exhibition developer. She conceptualizes, creates, and designs projects that engage, inform, and educate—serving to bring organizations and ideas to life for the viewing public through a variety of media. Her current projects include the development of an intergenerational photo workshop curriculum and an image/identity creation project for a New York City rehabilitation center within a hospital. Ms. Levy holds a BFA from NYU Film School and an MSW from Hunter School of Social Work.
David Sawyer is a leadership educator and advisor with 20 years of experience in the public, private, and social sectors. He directed leadership and service-learning programs at Berea College and received the Points of Light award from the White House in 1993. Sawyer traveled to India in 1990 and met with the Dalai Lama and Tibetan officials to help design a Tibetan refugee education program. He helped launch the nation’s Americorps program, and in April of 1997, led a delegation to the Presidents’ Summit for America’s Future. In the spring of 1998, David was honored with The Servant Leader Award by the National Youth Leadership Council. He helped develop a national fellowship program for social entrepreneurs, and served as executive-in-residence for the Kauffman Foundation, promoting citizen engagement and innovation. Most recently he served as the Executive Director of Social Venture Partners Portland and is President of the consulting firm Context.
Jonathan Wajskol is an Italian designer with one foot rooted in European design and the other firmly planted in lower Manhattan. Wajskol was born and raised in Milan, where he studied design and marketing. Wajskol has 20+ years of experience in the field of visual communication, working for nonprofit institutions as well as the corporate sector. Wajskol has been working with John Beilenson since 1987. His expertise spans from print, new media, and packaging to corporate design programs. His involvement with Strategic Communication & Planning ensures a seamless integration of strategic visual and verbal communications, from the planning stages to completed product development. Wajskol has been teaching communication design for the last 18 years. Currently he is a faculty member at Parsons School of Design in New York City. He has received numerous awards both in America and Europe, and he has been featured in magazines, newspapers, and books.