CURATION ON PURPOSE
OUR ORIGIN STORY IN A NUTSHELL
Lynne D. Filderman, Founder and Chief Curation Officer of CUROP, has worked with some of the nation’s largest brands to amplify their thought leadership and find creative ways to engage audiences through in-person and virtual events, e-books and more.
During the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic, Filderman decided to form
Curation On Purpose LLC to work with a range of industries and sectors, with laser-like focus on curating outcome-driven thought leadership and layering together virtual and in-person events (when it's safe again).
Now, she has assembled a team of talented professionals to deliver a range of creative solutions—production of social media and email campaigns, e-books and corporate white papers, virtual events, in-person events and more.
MEET THE TEAM
LYNNE D. FILDERMAN
Founder & Chief Curation Officer
Lynne D. Filderman has worked with some of the nation’s largest brands to amplify their thought leadership and find creative ways to engage audiences through in-person and virtual events, e-books and more. In recent years, she has curated stages for several conferences to amplify the thought leadership of major brands.
She has worked with some of the nation's largest organizations, including Sesame Street, Booz Allen Hamilton, PGA’s Booz Allen Classic, American National Red Cross, America’s Charities, Innovations 2016 – A Philanthropy Forum, Ideagen, 3BL Media, Green Sports Alliance, Organization of American States, Social Venture Partners Miami, Program of Policy Studies in Science and Technology, U.S. Congressional Office of Technology Assessment and more.
Lynne grew up in a retail family in Washington, D.C., and learned early on the value of advertising, marketing and sales. She received a M.A. in Science, Technology and Public Policy from The George Washington University.
Director, Content Creation & Marketing
A love for storytelling and a passionate curiosity for the world—that's what motivated Samuel Northrup to initially pursue a career in investigative journalism. Samuel decided to transition to the marketing side of the communications world after discovering the need for impactful storytelling in corporate and nonprofit communications. While Samuel still considers himself a journalist at heart, he now channels his creative energy and abilities—including writing, copy-editing and graphic design—into helping the CUROP team deliver thought-leadership results for clients.
When he isn't designing e-books or arguing against the use of the Oxford comma, Samuel enjoys cheering for (and losing sleep over) his favorite sports team, the Buffalo Bills.