Ms. Fahlenkamp-Morell is the marketing and communications manager for Spark Policy Institute, where she helps she helps identify opportunities for sharing Spark’s innovative approach with the evaluative and philanthropic fields.
Kindle has over 20 years of experience in communications, working in education, health policy, and philanthropy. She has extensive experience leading strategic marketing and communications efforts working with state leaders, advocates, and government agencies. She has also worked as a freelance writer, graphic designer, and web developer, with a published nonfiction children’s book about Louis Armstrong released in 2001. At Spark,
In her previous work at Gary Community Investments and The Piton Foundation, she led a statewide, multimedia campaign to share information about the Earned Income Tax Credit and other resources with Colorado’s low-income families. Prior to that, Kindle served as communications manager at the Colorado Health Foundation, developing communication strategies to support a wide range of health care and health coverage initiatives, which included: public relations, media planning, branding, social media presence, events, campaigns, video production, speaking engagements, and efforts to build the philanthropic field.
Beyond work Kindle perpetually claims “new mom” status and has vegetable gardening tendencies. She enjoys spontaneous dance parties with her husband and three-year-old son, and tries to get to a yoga class once in awhile.