Nashville’s Paige and Christopher Clancy bring decades of experience in writing, editing, media, and communications strategy to clients who have a story to share or need help defining their narrative. The husband-and-wife team launched Clancy Partners to help clients save time by providing content creation, media outreach, qualitative research, and ghostwriting services.
Clancy Partners specializes in consulting with individuals and organizations on messaging with a focus on strategic objectives and reputation management. The firm currently works with clients in healthcare, marketing, education, and community programs. Projects include:
- Creating website content and blog posts
- Planning outreach to various audiences
- Writing and distributing press releases
- Collaborating with authors on book development
- Managing e-newsletter content
- Interviewing clients’ customers to extract meaningful feedback and insight
“Our friends and professional contacts needed help with writing and editing, and they craved advice or just a sounding board,” Clancy Partners Co-founder Paige Clancy said. “Chris and I can help. For years, we’ve developed plans and written language motivating people to buy into products and services—from consumer goods and library books to finance and healthcare.”
When not working on Clancy Partners projects, Paige Clancy serves as assistant director at Vanderbilt Student Communications at Vanderbilt University. Her background includes business journalism and public relations, and she volunteers with Friends of Nashville Public Library.
Christopher Clancy is a professional business writer with expertise in healthcare, technology, and music. He has served as an advisor with the Nashville Entrepreneur Center since 2016 and is the author of a novel scheduled for publication in 2020 with Montag Press.
“The way we see it, marketing is journalism covering your own organization,” Co-founder Christopher Clancy said. “It starts with curiosity, then inquiry, analysis, planning, and execution. It’s thrilling to take a problem or question and turn it into action and value.”