Two Decades of Nonprofit Marketing Experience
Writer and graphic artist Erich Decker-Hoppen began marketing nonprofit organizations in 1990 when he designed the logo for South Dakota’s Reconciliation Relay. He has produced campaign materials for the Combined Federal Campaign and United Way. He published donor newsletters for the Medical College of Wisconsin and member newsletters for the Ceramic League of Miami and Morada Way Arts & Cultural District. He has designed ad campaigns for numerous art events, including the High Road Art Tour, Islamorada Fine Art Festival and the Paradise PaintOut. He has produced educational materials, including a coloring book for Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. He has also worked as a fundraiser and journalist – and served two stints in the Peace Corps (Cameroon and Romania).
Erich established Bone Age Design in 2010, offering marketing communication and graphic design services to small businesses and not-for-profit organizations. Since 2015, he has also served as Director of Communications for MASB, the Marketing Accountability Standards Board, a nonprofit business association, and he advises the Common Language in Marketing Project.
He’s ready to take your Florida nonprofit marketing to the next level.