Since 1999

Clients & Testimonials

Our client list demonstrates Leapfrog's ability to understand and meet the communication needs of a wide variety of organizations. In addition to federal and city government agencies, Leapfrog has worked with Fortune 500 companies, nonprofit associations, universities, international publishing houses, magazines, ezines, research centers, small businesses, hospitals, and doctoral students. Below is a partial list.

To read the testimonials from just a few happy clients, click here.

Leapfrog's Clients

Client Testimonials

"I saw your insightful article in MD Computing on the Woods Hole experience and thoroughly enjoyed it."

–Melanie Modlin, Public Affairs Specialist, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health

"I wanted to thank you again for the "great" emails that you wrote promoting the Grants and Funding conference."

–Nicole Hyde, Marketing/PR Coordinator, eSchool News

"You did a fantastic job of boiling the DVD script down to the right length. And the brochures look great! They've been going out the door like hotcakes, and the DVD has been very well received at recruiting events. Thank you!"

–Kristine Gebbie, DrPh, RN, Dean, Hunter School of Nursing

"Couldn't wait to get on and see the Website! I love it. The wallpaper background is exactly what I wanted, and I especially like the way you bolded important words in the text."

–Kathleen Davis, owner, Pope Cottage Bed & Breakfast

"The annual reports are in house, they are beautiful...thanks again a thousand times!"

–Gail Evans, Senior Writer, Department for the Aging

"Thank you, Andi, for the superb job you did editing the paper!"

–Cornelia Ruland, RN, PhD, Center for Shared Decision and Nursing Research, University of Oslo

"As editor, Andria saw the manuscript through the eyes of someone outside of the PT profession. She challenged our assumptions and encouraged us to think again, using unbelievable diligence and patience."

–Darlene Van Tiem, PhD, Assistant Professor, School of Education, University of Michigan-Dearborn, and author, Fundamentals of Performance Technology: A Guide to Improving People, Process, and Performance

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