Eolas creates the tools organizations need to be recognized. We offer branding, logo design, web development, social media, event planning, proposal writing and outreach.
Claire Casey Pittman, Owner
Claire has over 15 years of strategic communications consulting and project management experience working on public projects. Following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, she worked on two of the nation’s largest disaster recovery programs, leading communications and outreach efforts, advancing program and policy objectives focused on economic development, rehabilitation and equitable access to opportunity. As a consultant for CPM Logistics, she has found project success with the Contra Costa Transportation Authority, the California High Speed Rail Project, Presidio Parkway Phase II in San Francisco, and the Prime-DBE Cooperative.
Claire studied Business Administration in Nottingham, England, and earned her Bachelor’s degree from Louisiana State University in Mass Communications. Her skill set includes design and project management, strategic communications, public administration, community engagement, media and public relations, marketing, and technical writing.
Claire is a Jill-of-all-trades, and a strong resource for any organization, doing anything and everything that needs doing. With her background in mass communications, community outreach, and technical writing, Claire is an essential part of the EOLAS dynamic duo.
Tiffany Sewell, Graphic Designer
Tiffany Sewell has worked as a freelance artist and graphic designer since 2009 and heads the graphic design division of her company, Screaming Shih-Tzu Productions. With this in-house graphic design service, Eolas is able to offer full design control for your business or organization from day one. This includes branding and logo design, push cards, signage, posters, billboards and social media images.
Jeannette Dubinin, Consultant
Jeannette's professional experience is in the fields of Program Development and Project Management. In the last 5 years she managed the development and implementation of community development tools and spearheaded new projects that provide the needed link to improve state-level programs to match local community needs. She also managed all aspects of master plan projects, from RFQ/RFP writing, procurement, contract negotiations, developing and overseeing scope of work, budget and timeline, to project close out.
Drawing on her background in Natural Science, Jeannette co-creates and manages coastal planning, outreach and research projects with and for communities of all scales. Jeannette develops tools and resources specifically for communities in the midst of development and change.
Bringing a combination of experience in both social and environmental sciences, she has developed and overseen multi-disciplinary statewide planning efforts that leverage funding, provide technical assistance and model land use tools to communities across the state. Jeannette has spearheaded and managed cross-agency projects such as the Louisiana Coastal Land Use Toolkit, Best Practices Manual for Development in Coastal Louisiana, and has worked on Comprehensive Plans across Louisiana.