Cooper Communications forms an expert
team of writers, editors, designers, and developers to create customized
websites and videos that will highlight your mission and culture. We like to think we “build
to suit”—not just to your requirements but to the state of
the art of your industry or field of endeavor.
jfcs.org; parentsplaceonline.org; and cleanerific.org—Launched these sites in 2008 – 2010 for the social service agency Jewish Family and Children’s Services. Victoria Cooper served as marketing communications director at JFCS until 2013, associate producing more than 20 videos for the agency.
sfai.edu—Launched a redesigned website for San Francisco Art Institute, serving as project manager and launch editor
prtm.com—Launched the first website for this global management consultancy specializing in product development and supply chain management. The website included a high-tech portal to companies, associations, and publications in 12 industry segments. Wrote the content for the first site and worked with two design firms to create the look and feel of the marketing site and the portal.
ide.com—Launched the first website for this then-startup product-development software company, Integrated Development Enterprise. Wrote the content for the first site and worked with two designers to create the look and feel and brand identity of the firm.
curryseniorcenter.org—Served as project manager for this Taproot Foundation grant of pro-bono services from a team of web writers, editors, designers, and developers. The new website attracts funders and clients to this social and medical center for the elderly poor in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District.
sfaws.org—Served as marketing manager and editor for this Taproot Foundation project to create an improved website for the Asian Women’s Shelter in the San Francisco Bay Area, serving survivors of domestic abuse and their children.
sfrotary.com—Launched this website for the Rotary Club of San Francisco, the second-oldest Rotary club in the world, serving as writer, content editor, and site architect. (The design was from a generic club template.)
As an associate producer and project manager, Victoria Cooper works closely with videographers to create the videos you need to tell your organizationís story in a compelling way. Her role is to find the right videographer for your project, interview the subjects for it, handle all logistics and internal communications, and contribute to the editing of the final product.
Pioneers in Holocaust Education In 1977, a Nazi bookstore was established in San Francisco. A number of Holocaust survivors destroyed its contents on April 1. Their action and resulting activism was the catalyst for the creation of the Holocaust Memorial at the Legion of Honor, the annual Yom HaShoah observance in the city, and the Tauber Holocaust Library, now under the auspices of the Holocaust Center at Jewish Family and Children’s Services. Read the story.
Tribute to San Francisco Developer and Philanthropist Gerson Bakar Noted for his development of Levi Strauss Plaza and a residential community in San Mateo, Gerson Bakar and his sister, Barbara Shupin, wanted to help other young adults who suffered from developmental disabilities as her son did. They established the Gary Shupin Independent Living Community at Jewish Family and Children’s Services in San Francisco, offering other grown children a chance to live independently with supportive services.
Holocaust Survivor Educates Youth A hidden child in Brussels during the Holocaust, Hedy shares her story with youth and volunteers at her assisted-care facility, Rhoda Goldman Plaza, and at JFCS.
Each of these videos was produced by videographer Yoav Potash on assignment with Jewish Family and Children’s Services, where Cooper served as director of marketing communications during 2008 – 2013.
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