About Jessica Saba
Jess is an independent marketing strategist who works with companies on a project basis as Good Point Projects.
She has worked with more than 40 natural foods and outdoor product companies. Projects include media relations, digital customer service, in-store marketing and event production. She has traveled to Kenya with the United Nations Equator Initiative as a media coach and spent three years working with social entrepreneurs from the Center for Social Innovation in New York City.
Each year, she produces one 100-person convening event to build connections within a socially minded community. Past events have encouraged safety, security and preparedness for groups & international travelers entering hazardous or remote situations; connected funds to social projects in Nicaragua; built the capacity of environmental philanthropists; and introduced natural food brands to the fundamentals of sustainable packaging.
About Good Point Projects
Good Point Projects focuses on telling stories of people and businesses working to solve social issues, improve the health of customers and prioritize environmental impacts over profits.
Jess has earned press for clients in The New York Times, WSJ, The Denver Post, Fast Company, Cooking Light, Martha Stewart Online and many other local and national publications. Jess is based between New York City and Boulder, CO.
The Center for Jackson Hole | SHIFT July 2018 - present
United Nations Development Programme - Equator Initiative
Media Liaison for Equator Awards. Nairobi, Kenya 2014
Holderness School, Common Language Workshop 2014
Naming Workshop, Portland, OR April 2019
Brand Strategy Workshop, Boulder, CO April 29
Rock and Ice “From Free Solo to Free Solar.” September, 2018
New Hampshire Magazine Book Review: The Impossible Climb April, 2019
“Brand Partnerships That Work For All.” Influencer 100 Summit at Natural Products Expo East September 2019
"B Lab Champions Retreat Session: Collaboration for Game-Changing Climate Action" . LA September 2019
“The Funder’s Track,” SHIFT Festival for Public Land Manager. October 2018.
“A Layered Approach to Giving,” Outdoor Retailers Tradeshow, July 2018. Denver. CO.
“Creative Giving for Greatest Impact,” The 1% for the Planet Global Summit. April 2018, Boulder, CO.
The Natural Hazards Workshop. “Whole Community Approaches to Disaster Resilience: Community-Based Training and Vulnerable Populations.” July, 2016. Boulder, CO.
OIA Capitol Summit, Washington D.C. April 2019
B Corp Climate Leadership Summit, Taos, NM February 2019
1% for the Planet Global Summit April 2017, 2018, 2019
Esca Bona, September 2018
Intermountain West Funders Network Annual Retreat April 2018
Patagonia Tools for Environmental Activists Conference September 2017
SHIFT Festival For Public Land Managers 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
Natural Hazards Workshop, July 2016