Here are some of the organizations we’ve worked with.


Workplace training for professionals and organizations, informed by the principles of Positive Psychology

Bobolink Communications built AProPositive’s website in 2019.

I appreciated Bobolink’s expertise, insights, and patience as we went through AProPositive’s website building process. It was a comfortable, collaborative process, which was exactly what I needed to launch the website.
— Kirsten Beske, founder of AProPositive

Arundel Lodge

A community mental health center in Edgewater, Maryland

“Madeline, Susan, and Liz did a terrific job producing and editing our monthly newsletter and writing multiple successful grants. I appreciate their creativity, reliability, and passion for Arundel Lodge’s mission.”
— Michael Drummond, Executive Director, Arundel Lodge

brattleboro museum & art center

An independent contemporary art museum in southern Vermont

I have had the pleasure of working with Bobolink Communications for a few months now, on writing projects and communications strategy. Let me just say, if you are an artist, a nonprofit, a business, a school—anyone, really—who could use some top-notch help with writing, editing, social media, grants, web design, you can stop looking around. Madeline & Co. are amazing—super professional, efficient, pleasant, and the work is of the highest quality.
— Danny Lichtenfeld, Director, Brattleboro Museum & Art Center


Bobolink built a website for photographer and activist Dona Ann McAdams in 2019. A four-decade retrospective of McAdams’ work will tour Vermont through November 2020.

Liz and Madeline are the dream team.
— Dona Ann McAdams


When IOI redesigned its website in 2019, the company brought Bobolink on board to interview each of its five staffers and write dynamic new bios for each of them.

landmark college

A college in Putney, Vermont, for students who learn differently, including students with a learning disability (such as dyslexia), ADHD, or autism

Before launching Bobolink, Madeline served as Landmark College’s associate director of marketing and communications, overseeing a website overhaul that included reducing the site’s pages from over 1,000 to a few hundred, reorganizing and rewriting the content, and working with a designer to create an engaging, user-friendly site with a contemporary design. She also worked on the College’s social media pages, alumni magazine, admissions collateral, development publications, newsletters, and PR.

“Madeline’s keen eye for copy editing and website design are exemplary. She took on a labyrinthine task in overseeing the complete redesign of the Landmark College website. Madeline was required to balance other multiple tasks—including copy writing, press release writing and distribution, and maintenance of all social media accounts—in the midst of the year-long website overhaul. She is impeccably honest and hard-working.”
— Mark DiPietro, Director of Marketing & Communications, Landmark College

National audubon society

A conservation nonprofit that protects birds and the places they need using science, advocacy, education, and on-the-ground conservation

Liz worked as the senior communications manager for Audubon’s climate change initiative, where she wrote and edited digital and print content, helped shape communications strategies, built webpages and email marketing series, and managed the production of special reports and educational materials. She also helped launch a new podcast and wrote content for newsletters and annual reports.

the nature museum at grafton

A small museum and environmental education center in southern Vermont

Madeline was the director of communications at The Nature Museum at Grafton from 2011 to 2014.

vermont academy

A boarding and day school for grades 9 through 12 and postgraduates

Madeline served as Vermont Academy’s director of communications, producing VA’s biannual magazine, Vermont Academy Life, as well as new admissions materials, website content, social media posts, press releases, and summer program materials. Bobolink produced the Spring 2019 issue of Vermont Academy Life, including project management, interviews, writing, editing, working with a photographer on the cover shoot, collaborating with the graphic designers, proofreading, and working with the printer.