About

Smart As A Fox is a full service, progressive, digital strategy consulting agency. We have over a decade of experience running high-profile advocacy campaigns with some of the largest organizations in the country. We are here to help your organization, socially-minded business, or campaign advance positive social change by utilizing digital tools to mobilize your grassroots supporters. We create and deliver impactful, measurable, data-driven, integrated, digital campaigns and programs. We develop and strategically implement successful advocacy, fundraising, and/or marketing program(s).

We believe in meeting people where they are, and today that is on their mobile devices. Smart As A Fox offers extensive expertise in mobile organizing, advocacy and fundraising utilizing both blast and peer-to-peer mobile platforms.

Our goal is to not only provide you with the strategy and tools you need to be effective, but the guidance and education to ensure that you are able to become savvy, informed digital strategists as well.

The Fox

Sandi Fox has more than 11 years of digital strategy experience across multiple sectors, including government, political, non-profit, and private sectors. She has developed and managed innovative and effective digital outreach, advocacy and fundraising programs that emphasized results, engagement, deliverability, and audience growth.

She most recently served as Digital Strategy Manager for Planned Parenthood and Planned Parenthood Action Fund for over three years leading their advocacy efforts and developing their mobile program with over 1000% growth through testing, organic and paid acquisition and an emphasis on engagement. Prior to joining Planned Parenthood she served as Director of Online Communications at the Enough Project which does genocide prevention work and Email Marketing Manager at the Center for American Progress and CAP Action Fund.

In addition, Sandi was a U.S. Fulbright Grantee in Sofia, Bulgaria, from 2009-2010. There, she conducted a strategic analysis of the relationship between NGOs and the Bulgarian government to see how they could better cooperate to implement national and E.U. anti-human trafficking policies. She previously served as communications manager and business development analyst at the Massachusetts State Office of Minority and Women Business Assistance, or SOMWBA/SDO, under the Patrick-Murray administration. Before that she was at the Small Business Service Bureau, Inc., and the successful 2006 Patrick-Murray coordinated Massachusetts gubernatorial campaign.

She also co-founded the Boston chapter of the New Leaders Council (NLC) and served as National Alumni Director for thousands of members of the NLC community. NLC trains and supports the next generation of progressive political entrepreneurs — leaders who set trends, build institutions, or shape industries that enhance civic and political life.

Sandi holds a B.A. in government and international relations with a minor in women’s studies, as well as a master’s degree in public administration with a concentration in nonprofit management from Clark University in Worcester, MA. She currently resides in Washington, D.C.