Kristina Saccone is a mission-driven communications professional. Most recently, she led the digital team at Collaborative Communications Group, managing projects ranging from website redesign and digital tool development to content creation. The latter included blogs, social media posts, graphics, and videos to raise awareness about issues and encourage engagement with key audiences. Previously, Kristina founded and led her own strategic communications practice, called Partner + Purpose. She also brought her skills and passion for social justice to leadership positions at Colorado Succeeds, DC Public Schools, the Donnell-Kay Foundation, and GreatSchools.
Kristina also loves to create, write, and tell stories, something she did for nearly a decade as a reporter and producer at the PBS NewsHour, Colorado Public Radio, and Aspen Public Radio. She sits on the board of Friends of Theodore Roosevelt Island and previously served on the boards of the Downtown Denver Expeditionary School, Colorado Youth for a Change, and Young Education Professionals-Colorado. She also was a founding steering committee member of Talk to Action, a Denver-based diversity, equity, and inclusion initiative.
She has a Masters in Nonprofit Management from Regis University and a Bachelors degree from Colby College. A DC-area native, she lived in Colorado for 15 years before returning to the nation’s capital, where she lives with her partner and son.