Errin Siske is the founder of Spark Space Creative, a branding and design studio committed to being positive change-makers. Errin and her team partner with nonprofit organizations to build their brands, tell their stories, and showcase their impact and importance.
Before launching Spark Space, Errin worked as a designer in a business-to-business marketing firm, then as an Art Director in the corporate world before landing at a nonprofit where she led their design department. Errin immediately fell in love with the nonprofit’s team and their energy. They poured their heart and soul into fulfilling the mission, and they never stopped.
8 years later, when Spark Space began in 2011, Errin was intentional about working exclusively with nonprofits because she wanted to use her powers for good. Over time, Spark Space has moved into the education sector — especially the early childhood education space.
Errin has a B.A. in Visual Communications from the University of Dayton. She has sat on multiple local nonprofit boards throughout her career and is a 2020 graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program.
Errin lives in the Dayton, Ohio area with her husband and teenage son. They have a Golden Retriever named Nova who keeps them on their toes.
Melissa Hook does Social Media and Marketing for Spark Space Creative. Joining the team in the summer of 2020, she came from a recent stint in the non-profit sector, and before that, she spent over a decade in media, working in promotions, marketing and on-air in radio, television, and print. There is never a typical, routine day in any of these areas, so over many years, Melissa picked up a wide range of skills.
Social media has become such an integral part of business and reaching people. Melissa is looking forward to helping you learn to harness its power. She knows the importance of reaching people where they are, and what it takes to be attention-grabbing! Social media does not have to be daunting.
Melissa lives in the Indianapolis, IN area with her two precious pooches, Glory & Bowman.
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