What's different about us?

We believe that to communicate, you must listen to your audience. This is true for both nonprofit and for-profit projects. At 3 Choices, every project we do begins with questions about people and purpose.

How we do things

Meet Margaret "Meps" Schulte

Margaret Meps Schulte is the founder of 3 Choices Creative Communications. With 35 years of experience in nonprofit and corporate communications, her life’s mission is to deliver the right information to the right people in the right format.

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Working with 3 Choices has been a joy.

Meps always keeps the end user, client or learner as the focus with all of her designs. Our projects together included a a live online conference for over 400 participants, several animated learning videos, and printed materials. Everything was on point for the intended purpose - elegant, fun and user friendly.

Washington Nonprofits

We love her creativity!

3 Choices Creative Communications keeps our website current, attractive, and easy to navigate. Margaret is always quick to respond to our needs, gives us great advice, and we love her creativity! From the favorable comments our customers have made, we know they are getting the experience we want them to have on our website.

Bock Marine

Very easy to work with.

"Margaret is an excellent artist and very easy to work with. Highly recommended!"

Looking for free nonprofit resources?

We have developed many resources for our clients that are designed to help nonprofits. Here are two projects we've produced:

The Washington Nonprofit Institute, which offers on-demand learning and resources for anyone running a nonprofit.

The Nonprofit Radio Show, a podcast offering tips and suggestions for running a small nonprofit.

3 Choices is a member of the Aim for Action Partnership

The Aim for Action partnership develops effective training solutions for nonprofits using a unique action-focused framework. You can learn more about our out-of-the-box instructional design solutions on the Aim for Action website.

Aim for Action: A framework to get things done