Our Mission and approach

Harriet Communications is a social impact strategy and creative services company that works to build the capacity of mission-driven institutions to transform perceptions about issues of sustainability, equality and justice. We use our  experience in the areas of inclusion, cultural policy, justice reform, and sustainable community development to assist leaders in crafting tailored messaging and targeted content. We produce and curate documentary storytelling for campaigns, leveraging our network of multimedia makers and influencers. 

Our PEOPLE

Harriet Communications was founded by Nyasha Laing. We are a network of hybrid people: lawyers, diversity consultants, climate activists and political strategists, trained in storytelling techniques. 

OUR SERVICES

  • writing
  • message framing 
  • audience and board engagement 
  • cultural sensitivity
  • documentary research and production
  • educational campaigns 
LGBT and HIV/AIDS stakeholders mobilizing for "We Are One In Dignity and Rights Campaign" by University of the West Indies Rights Advocacy Project / UNIBAM and constitutional challenge against anti-gay sodomy laws in Belize.

LGBT and HIV/AIDS stakeholders mobilizing for "We Are One In Dignity and Rights Campaign" by University of the West Indies Rights Advocacy Project / UNIBAM and constitutional challenge against anti-gay sodomy laws in Belize.

At a NYC screening of the film "Punta Soul," James Lovell, whose songs seek to overcome stigma and discrimination against afro-indigenous Garifuna people, performs.