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Robyn Stype

Senior Writer

“Our partners work hard to make the world more just, beautiful, accessible, healthy, safe, and loving. Good writing shows donors a vision of how the world could be and inspires them to help make that vision a reality.”

Robyn Stype is dedicated to crafting campaign messages that touch donors’ hearts and appeal to their minds. She has been a passionate storyteller all her life, and she is honored to use her skills to help our clients achieve their fundraising goals.


Robyn writes and revises copy for fundraising collateral materials with attention to detail, an ear for voice, and an eye on the intended audience. During feasibility studies, she develops preliminary case for support documents that inform potential donors about the proposed campaign. She then uses the study findings to refine the case and create campaign marketing materials that drive fundraising forward. Most recently, she wrote the copy for a suite of campaign materials for the Sandusky State Theatre, highlighting the cultural and economic impact that the newly rebuilt and expanded theatre will have on the surrounding region. The campaign messages have inspired gifts at every level, and the “Raising the Curtain on the Next 100 Years” campaign is 94% of the way to reaching its goal.


For our firm, Robyn delights in crafting creative brand language, concise proposals, and captivating blog posts that guide nonprofit leaders. She played a key role in the launch of our new website, writing our mission and vision statements, values descriptions, and DEI pledge.


At Kenyon College, Robyn earned her Bachelor of Arts in Drama. There she was recognized with the Ashford Award for Excellence in Dramatics and the David B. Perry Community Service Music Prize. She is a member of the academic honors society Phi Beta Kappa.


Robyn is an active member of the Columbus theatre community. She has performed with companies such as Actors’ Theatre of Columbus, Available Light Theatre, and Columbus Children’s Theatre. The companies she works with are devoted to making the arts accessible through free and pay-what-you-want programming and community education initiatives. Born and raised in Upper Arlington, she resides in Columbus with her husband Anthony and their son Barnaby.


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