William Donahoe is a creative consultant focused on creating and building digital brands through interactive design. He leads Chi/Donahoe’s web development projects and advises on visual and brand strategy for political campaigns, advocacy organizations, and news publications.
William has created interactive experiences and websites for think tanks like the Aspen Institute, Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHEP), the American Constitution Society (ACS) and the Reflective Democracy Campaign. In politics, he created the digital infrastructure and helped brand Elizabeth Warren’s 2012 senate campaign (MA), Bill de Blasio’s 2013 mayoral campaign (NY), and Terry McAuliffe’s 2013 gubernatorial campaign (VA). His clients also include the Ms. Foundation for Women, Smart Growth America, the Roosevelt Institute, the American Jewish World Service, among others.
William’s work has been featured in the New York Times, Slate, The Washington Post, HuffPost, and BuzzFeed.
A native of New Hampshire, William holds a degree in English and Gender and Women’s Studies from Bowdoin College and a masters in Mass Communication from the VCU Brandcenter.