January 23, 2018
Strategic Community Partners, formerly known as Hampton Consulting, today officially unveiled the company’s rebranding initiative. The civic-minded organization’s name, logo and website have been newly designed to emphasize the strategic approach it takes with its partners, always pairing it with community and cultural context. The name change takes effect immediately.
“Our new name and branding reflects our connection to the work we do,” said Founder and President Chanel Hampton. “As our company continues to grow, we feel it is imperative the organization has a strong brand identity, clearly articulating who we are and what we do.”
The new logo relies on a color palate of blacks and grays with a teal accent color. It features a two-tone arrow signifying the collaborative progress forward it makes with and alongside partners and communities every day.
The easy to navigate new website provides insight into the capabilities and past work of Strategic Community Partners through ample case studies. It also showcases the organization’s team members and partners.
Both the new logo and website can be found by visiting .
Headquartered in Detroit, Mich. with a second office in Washington DC, Strategic Community Partners aligns with mission-driven organizations across the country to help them progress toward and achieve their short- and long-term goals. They accomplish this by taking a strategic approach, pairing it with community context and cultural responsiveness. Partners leverage the expertise of Strategic Community Partners in the realms of diversity, equity, and inclusion; education; large-scale community-and youth-based events; leadership development and performance management; and recruitment and talent management.
Clients include non-profit organizations, school districts, higher education institutions, foundations, state and tribunal government entities, sole proprietors and more, including the Campaign for Black Male Achievement, The Skillman Foundation, United Way for Southeastern Michigan, University of Michigan, Michigan Department of Education and more.
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