New - Small - Powerful
We are a new company with 50 years' experience. The core group are top designers, programmers and administrators who have worked together for years.
We think at the organizational level. We understand the stresses of fundraising, the disruption of multi-tasking and the rewards of smooth operations.
Our promise is simpler technology, lower costs, and a lasting partnership that is effective every month, every year.
Thatcher Drew is a master communicator and web strategist. His current mission is replacing older, more expensive web content management and database technology for nonprofits. His clients range from The Arthritis Foundation to The Pelham Picture House. He received Friends of Westchester Parks' “Best Volunteer” award.
Thatcher has been EVP or founder of four digital agencies. He was a founding member of ConsumerSearch.com (sold to the NY Times). He has rebuilt web content and marketing systems for billion-dollar companies. His work on ADP.com was given the Stevie Award for “Best Corporate Site.”
Before the advent of the internet Thatcher was an award winning film-maker and technology pioneer. He received a National Emmy nomination for his reporting on education (Teach for America). His “Journeys” series had top-ten ratings on PBS. He produced “America’s Wilderness” for Discovery Channel and BBC. He packaged major multimedia courseware for Grolier, Hachette and Time Warner.
Thatcher has a BA in Communications from DePauw University. He has written on Marshall McLuhan and is a member of the Center for the Study of Digital Life. He is an avid ocean kayaker and sailor.