At Craft we believe in the power of business as a force for good. We help companies and organizations that share this belief communicate their story and grow their community.

SCORE: Accelerating Entrepreneurship in Maine

SCORE: Accelerating Entrepreneurship in Maine

The first time I heard about SCORE’s work in Maine I was as a participant in Focus ME, a women’s entrepreneurship cohort they co-created with The Women’s Business Center at CEI. More

Sharpening Session: Summer Marketing Activation

Sharpening Session:
Summer Marketing Activation

Spring has finally arrived here in Maine, and the warmer air and blooms means the days are ticking down to the busy summer season that sustains so many of us here. More

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About Craft

Craft is a boutique communications practice run by Leah Hurley since 2009. She helps clients connect to the “why” at the heart of their work and communicate that value to drive business. For organizations large and small, she offers an outside lens and takes a proactive approach to communications and marketing, helping clients get ahead of content opportunities and build processes and systems that integrate communications thinking into the fabric of their business.

Core Services Include:

  • Brand Voice and Messaging
  • Marketing & Communications Strategy
  • Social Media Strategy
  • Editorial Content Strategy and Curation

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About Leah

Leah Hurley

Leah is an integrated producer and strategist with a focus on value-driven communication. As the founder of Craft, she works with businesses and organizations to amplify their impact through a marketing and communications lens. Raised in a family of entrepreneurs and artists on the coast of Maine, she brings a love for the intersection of creativity and commerce to all of her work.

Leah holds a BS (Honors) from Babson College in Business Management and leverages the discipline of Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® in her approach and outlook. She is a founding member of the Camden International Film Festival where she also served on the Board of Directors and as the Vice Chair, a member of the Board of Directors for the Restorative Justice Institute of Maine and is currently directing and co-producing the documentary film project Criminal.

She has appeared on Greenlight Maine as a judge and mentor, and serves as an Entrepreneur in Residence at the Women’s Business Center at CEI. Having returned to Maine after 8 years living and working in NYC, Leah swears by year-round beach runs and believes strongly in the power of media to effect positive change.