CONNECT WITH YOUR AUDIENCE
In this time of masks in public places, and increased trepidation and confusion among consumers, there may be a sense of distance growing between you and audiences you need to connect with. Finding and communicating with people today, and building trust, requires more collaboration and creativity than ever before. Kevin September helps clients express and amplify their purpose, in developing appropriate content and partnerships that leverages specific channels and platforms, to strategically reach and engage people wherever they live, work and play.
With 30+ years of communications, media & public engagement experience, Kevin September understands the paths to influence and can navigate alongside you to bring fans to your brand and set you up for ongoing collaborations with them. Kevin has worked directly with brand teams, independently as a consultant, and in partnership with various agencies. He is also very comfortable working with celebrities, creators and other talent to amplify your work.
Throughout the pandemic, Kevin September has been developing a peer-powered mental health resource aimed at alleviating stigma and building community; in sharing lived experience through storytelling. This idea has been building momentum for a few years now; inspired by his lived experience on his personal mental health journey, as well as in discussing issues with others navigating theirs. Kevin is passionate about finding the win/win in professional partnerships and collaborations. Hiring Kevin for your upcoming projects will directly support his Our Mental Health Club initiative, enabling an app and expanded web presence for OMHC, as a hub to support so many who need to know they‘re not alone in facing and overcoming their own mental health challenges and associated stigma.
Kevin September introduces Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter to Bruce Springsteen, to discuss Innocence Canada (then AIDWYC)
While managing Celebrity & Influencer Engagement on behalf of World Vision Canada, Kevin engaged Game of Thrones actor Liam Cunningham in a unique fundraising initiative in partnership with Omaze. $180K was raised toward World Vision’s international development, relief and advocacy work, aligned with Liam’s personal areas of support. Kevin also secured Mr. Cunningham’s permission to create a commuter gallery of his photography at Toronto’s Union Station, leading up to World Refugee Day 2019.
I believe that businesses supporting our mission of accessible mental health for all, are supporting their customers and employees overall health and making a greater impact on our world. Take the 1st step - Contact me & together we will get your message to those who need it!
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