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New ideas backed up by evidence have a far bigger impact than theory. Our experience designing surveys, managing research, and conducting data analyses pairs with our editorial and design services to allow clients to share meaningful findings through compelling narratives and graphics.
Some ideas are best communicated through prose; others through static visuals; still others through video or animation. We work in the medium that best fits the idea, providing graphic design, layout, Infographic, and animation design to help our clients serve their audience where they are.
Clients turn to us as partners to help develop their ideas and communicate them in a compelling way. We offer full ghost-writing services and collaborative development of books, articles, white papers, policy briefs, and digital media, as well as more traditional editorial and writing services. We bring to the table uncommon intellectual engagement and deep knowledge of context and issues in a wide variety of fields.
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Tim is co-founder and Executive Partner of Sona Partners. He is the Managing Director of the Financial Access Initiative, a research center focused on financial services for low-income households housed at NYU-Wagner, and of the US Financial Diaries project; and a senior fellow of the Aspen Institute’s Financial Security Program. Tim writes and speaks frequently on topics of financial inclusion, financial services innovation, social investment and philanthropy. Ogden serves as a contributing editor of Alliance Magazine, vice-chairman of GiveWell and as president of the BBS Foundation. He has developed and edited more than 20 books, and is co-author of Toyota Under Fire. His most recent book is Experimental Conversations, a collection of interviews of leading economists on the use of randomized control trials in development economics and is currently at work on Financial Inclusion: What Everyone Needs to Know.
Laura is co-founder and Managing Partner of Sona Partners. She began her career as an analyst with the technology advisory firm Gartner, where she advised retail banks in the US (1997 to 2000) and Europe (2000 to 2004) on technology change and digital transformation, before returning to the US to earn a master’s degree in writing from Columbia University. As a Sona Partner she provides ghost writing and editorial collaboration services to thought leaders in business, technology, and economic development. Laura also leads Sona’s creative and graphic design work, producing effective and beautiful layouts, Infographics, and animated videos designed to enhance the message. She has worked with eminent experts from organizations such as the Aspen Institute, CapitalPlus Exchange, the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP), the Inter-American Development Bank, Keurig, Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Business, PwC, the US Financial Diaries Project, andthe World Bank.