A portrait of Jessika Davidson

“It’s always a great time for tacos”


Jessika Davidson


I am a cause-dri­ven pro­fes­sion­al with over 5 years of expe­ri­ence in Mar­ket­ing and Pro­gram­ming over a wide range of issue areas includ­ing LGBTQ equal­i­ty, civic engage­ment, arts and cul­ture, and envi­ron­men­tal advo­ca­cy at the local and nation­al level.

I am also the Founder & Man­ag­ing Part­ner of cre­ative ser­vices col­lec­tive charged with exe­cut­ing tra­di­tion­al and dig­i­tal brand strat­e­gy for social­ly con­scious non-prof­it orga­ni­za­tions and brands. As the social good and non­prof­it spaces shift to adapt the tenets of brand­ing, I sup­port clients by devel­op­ing and lead­ing the imple­men­ta­tion of effec­tive strat­e­gy and ensure that mes­sag­ing and acti­va­tions draw Gen X, Mil­len­ni­al and Gen Z audi­ences toward mean­ing­ful caus­es and their events or programs. 

While run­ning my con­sul­tan­cy and man­ag­ing sub-con­tract­ed employ­ees, I am respon­si­ble for man­ag­ing day-to day mar­ket­ing strat­e­gy, art direc­tion and com­mu­ni­ty engage­ment for 2 – 3 client projects at a time. Clients include: Pantsuit Nation-Nation­al, Har­ris Coun­ty Youth Civic Engage­ment Ini­tia­tive, One Breath Part­ner­ship, Mid Amer­i­ca Arts Alliance, Hurston/​Wright Foun­da­tion, The Jack Hadley Muse­um, How Women Lead

A native Hous­ton­ian with a pas­sion for dis­cov­er­ing the best of my city, I’ve worked on the PR com­mit­tee for the Hous­ton Muse­um Dis­trict, served as a mar­ket­ing con­sul­tant for 14 Pews art house as a grants pan­elist for the Hous­ton Arts Alliance. When I’m not work­ing, I’m roam­ing local book­stores, walk­ing my dog Riley, and enjoy­ing Hous­ton’s culi­nary scene, in search of the per­fect taco. I am a proud alum­na of Stephen F Austin State Uni­ver­si­ty, a very small uni­ver­si­ty in an even small­er town in East Texas.


Completed training in Houston, Texas, USA