Amee McDonald never quite fit into corporate America. She honed her natural analytical skills with positions at Northwest Airlines in International Pricing Operations, at Marketing Architects in Account Development, and at Mediaspace Solutions as Director of Innovation. But she longed to fulfill her passion for helping others. In 2011, Amee and her husband Clint founded jabber logic: a company focusing on marketing and branding projects for small businesses and nonprofits. Since then, Amee has been honored as one of AdFed’s 32 Under 32 young professionals in marketing and as one of Minnesota Business Magazine’s The (Real) Power 50. She has served on the board of nonprofit FamilyWise since 2012, and is an adjunct instructor at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management.



What happens when a philanthropist becomes a marketer? You get “The Mayor”. Clint earned his nickname during his tenure at Concur Technologies where he leads initiatives to connect people. Whether the activity is volleyball, broomball, weekly happy hours or raising money for charity, Clint finds ways to build deeper connections between peers who already knew each other, and create inclusive environments for new team members to join in. He’s managed everything from Market Development, Sales, and Account Management. Since 2015, Clint has raised over $10,000 for local nonprofits through individual giving campaigns. Clint brings over 15 years of Sales and Operations experience to his role as President of jabber logic. When Clint isn’t managing jabber logic operations, he paints large format, abstract acrylic on canvas pieces using foam board and paper mache.



Paula is the most organized artist you’ll ever meet. She studied printmaking at the University of Minnesota, where she enjoyed the luxury of having a process. Where process is absent, Paula is eager to build one that is tailored to those who will depend on it. Despite loving process and order, chaos is where she thrives and seeks ways to bring structure and order to build efficiencies, which makes her invaluable to jabber logic. A problem solver at heart, Paula’s mind never really stops working. At any given point she has a million ideas and questions for any potential dilemma you pose – even if it’s you talking to yourself asking what you should do for lunch. Although she doesn’t do printmaking anymore, Paula has been able to maintain art in her life. Included in her chest of art supplies are: a sketch pad, leather pencil bag containing a variety of perfectly sharpened pencils, yarn, crochet needles, embroidery floss and hoop, and a new “real camera” to experiment with. She has a strange passion for purging and clearing superfluous items out of the way to minimize distractions, which is yet another reason we love her.



Recovering Type A perfectionist, writer, and world traveler, Alyssa is a former nonprofit fundraiser with a passion for trying new things to improve communications and branding strategies. She is an avid journaler, and believes that journaling is the answer to any problem or crisis you face in life. Alyssa also loves nothing more than making connections, for herself but mostly for others. When she’s not working, her hobbies include reading, planning her next trip, making kombucha, and volunteering too much (shout out to YNPN, YWCA Minneapolis, and Leaders of Today and Tomorrow). Her values include curiosity, growth, and relationships, which led her to jabber logic where she owns marketing/communications and is venturing into business development. Reach out to her with any questions about working on a project together!

Community Collaborators



Tegan has a B.S. in Electronic Media, Arts, and Communication from Rensselaer (RPI) in New York, and over a decade of experience designing for both print and web. Her specialties include brand design as well as user experience consulting for clients like Polaris, Life Time Fitness, and Target. She loves dogs, wine and learning new things. Tegan is especially delighted by finding clever details in unexpected places.



Kristin is a writer, editor, and strategist. From memoirs to brand messaging to SEO optimized website copy, she’s mastered storytelling through uncommon perspectives. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from Duke University and a Master’s from Columbia. After nearly a decade in academia, Kristin successfully transitioned into copywriting and marketing for nonprofits, financial services, and news outlets.



Adam Olinger has more than a decade of agency interactive design experience. Not only is Adam an expert interactive designer, he also has a strong background in illustration, graphic design, and video work. As more client campaigns become multi-channel efforts, Adam’s ability to design, develop, and build websites and other web applications will be integral in the execution of user-focused creative through many channels. In his spare time, Adam writes, produces, and hosts a YouTube channel called “Adam Does Movies”. His channel has over 40,000 subscribers and receives an average of 20,000 views daily.