Catalyst Campaigns combines authentic narratives with evolving digital strategies to power progressive change around the world.
Scott Goodstein’s ability to use art and culture to advocate for social issues has assisted protest movements like Ferguson Action as it scaled its technology and transformed into the Movement for Black Lives. He has also provided seed funding to organizations like Lady Parts Justice (which evolved into Abortion Access Force), Creative Majority, Daily Action, DontGetPurged, Artists United for Change, and RememberWhatTheyDid, among others.
Catalyst Campaigns has worked with pro-democracy parties and human rights organizations worldwide, including Kyiv Pride, National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, Commanders for Israel’s Security, and more.
Catalyst Campaigns’ Presidential Works Include:
Barack Obama – United States – 2008
Developed campaign’s social media, mobile communications, and lifestyle marketing strategies
Dilma Rousseff – Brazil – 2010
Developed campaign’s social media and online rapid response tools
James P. Hoffa – US & Canada – 2011
Developed web and social media campaign for the election of the president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters
Justin Trudeau – Canada – 2014
Developed social media trainings and strategies for local legislative districts (Ridings) on how to effectively campaign digital with limited budgets
Bernie Sanders – United States – 2016
Served as the lead digital strategist in charge of coordinating website development, branding, microsites, Internet ad-budgeting, online store, and the efforts of Artists for Bernie
Emmanuel Macron – France – 2017
Assisted, trained, and monitored social media for En-Marche (Forward) movement’s digital efforts to help unite opposition against extremist candidate, Marine Le Pen
Ernesto Talvi – Uruguay – 2019
Developed the campaign’s messaging, website, and launch strategy. Guided the campaign staff on ways to maintain a consistent narrative from the primary through the general election.