Standing in solidarity.
Mighty Ally is one part strategy consultancy, one part marketing agency. A nonprofit/B Corp hybrid. We hail from the private sector, we’re embedded in the social sector. And we straddle the global North-South divide.
Our leadership team has founded, turned around, or run six businesses – we’re no strangers to growth-stage realities. And we possess proven models, pragmatic tools, and best practices – honed from advising hundreds of startups to international brands.
From our base in East Africa, we see first-hand the opportunities, challenges, and support gaps NGOs and social enterprises face. It shouldn’t be so hard to do good. So we’re leveraging our skills to maximize strengths, minimize threats, and give fellow changemakers the kind and caliber of services they deserve.
Leading the charge.
Kevin is a master at driving businesses and growing brands – big and small, private and social. His roots are in the agency world as a strategy, ops, and marketing leader. And he’s started firms and advised organizations ranging from day-old startups to Apple, and LIVESTRONG to Impact Hub. He's our visionary and data aficionado and currently serves as a mentor in Uganda for the Social Innovation Academy and SHONA.
Kathleen is an experienced strategist, adept in working at the intersection of diagnostics, creativity, and business ops. She’s worked for large agencies like FleishmanHillard with big brands including Nestlé and Saudi Aramco. And personally engaged with small nonprofits like Dismas House. So she’s as proficient in the board rooms of Fortune 50 corporations as she is conducting field interviews in far-flung global locales.
Sarah is a true Jill of all trades – as skillful in copywriting as financial forecasting. Her diverse career includes internal controls for a publicly traded holding company, account services for a boutique marketing firm, and building then selling an ecommerce business. She mentors PendoCare, an education social enterprise in Uganda. And she's our wise steady hand – keeping strategic debates on track and the back office in shape.