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Whether you’re starting or evolving a purpose-centered business, organization, or project, or trying to tell a story that drives meaningful change in the world, JPoint Collaborative can help.
Where there's smoke...there's help
The team at JPoint Collaborative recently supported Emerge Technologies and the California Department of Health in putting together a comprehensive set of guidelines on how to deal with wildfire smoke. The document is available here, and while it was designed for California audiences, its up-to-date information is applicable to anyplace wildfire smoke spreads. The guide’s crisp design and concise language features what JPoint does best: effective communication design for the most difficult topics and situations.
Applying Behavioral Science in a Crisis
In this article in Psychology Today, Destiny explores how behavioral science can help us weather and adapt to various risks in our environment - from natural hazards to public health threats.Read more
Out of the Fire and Into the Flood
For the past 15 years, Destiny has engaged in research and risk communication efforts related to both wildfire and flood risk. More recently, she supported FEMA in designing materials to address the combination risk of Flood After Fire.Read more
Promoting Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
Destiny has designed and executed DE&I-related projects across academic, business, and faith-based settings since 2010. She is currently working with two organizational teams to incorporate DE&I principles into church operations and nonprofit strategy, respectively.
JPoint Collaborative Blog
- February 9, 2024
- January 17, 2024
What is the JPoint Collaborative?
The ‘collaborative’ in our name refers both to how we work with our clients, and how our business operates internally. We employ an interdisciplinary, non-traditional, non-hierarchical approach to solving problems across and between fields and silos. We work closely with our clients to co-create solutions that work in the real world, providing the structures and background to help our clients think through what they want to accomplish, and how best to get there, while incorporating inputs from multiple sources at every step.
Taken in part from models like the artist collective and employee-managed manufacturing, a collaborative provides an alternative, equity-centered way to work on today’s biggest challenges. We provide our ‘collaborators’ (experienced consultants with a range of capabilities) with the creative flexibility to learn, grow, cross-pollinate, and test new ideas in a supportive team environment that enables our clients to best meet the moment. Contact us if you would like to learn more about the collaborative model.
Destiny has been described as a “Swiss Army Knife” of tools and expertise. She is a nerd of many things - especially for making difficult and complex topics understandable and approachable. She brings a playful enthusiasm to her work, and she cares a lot about people.
Holding a Masters degree in geography and All But Dissertation (ABD) for her Ph.D., Destiny has over 20 years of experience designing and executing projects that put research into practice. An engaging storyteller, she has been invited to speak on topics ranging from pandemic communication, to improving participation in flood insurance programs, to wildfire communication, environmental change, and designing for the public good.
Destiny has consulted across Federal, nonprofit, state/local, faith-based, and academic spaces, including:
- Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
- American Industrial Hygiene Association
- Integrated Bioscience & Built Environment Consortium (IBEC)
- Milwaukee County
- National Flood Insurance Program
- Hope United Church of Christ
- DHS Office of Infrastructure Protection
- FEMA Mission Support
- FEMA Office of Policy & Program Analysis
- CalFire / Town of Truckee, CA
- Penn State University faculty & graduate students
"Destiny’s energy and expertise have blown us away. She sees things from both a science and a people perspective - her insights have been phenomenal, helping us build our organization with enthusiasm and strategic vision. We’re moving fast to be responsive to needs in the COVID-19 pandemic, and we don’t have a lot of extra time on our hands; we have to create quickly and then iterate as we go. Destiny has helped us design processes and services that are flexible and nimble enough to move with us."
— Jayne Morrow, Ph.D., President, IBEC
Get In Touch
Independent consultants: JPoint will be looking to add experienced collaborators to the team over the next six months. Contact us to learn more about Collaborative structure and benefits and to be updated when seats are available. Priority capabilities sought:
- Project management, business operations, execution
- Data analysis & visualization
- Stakeholder engagement, network mapping & activation, voluntary associations
- Public health communications