Our Team

Who We Are

Show the Good is dedicated to telling your story. We make our client’s mission our own on every project – digging deep to get the story right each time.

Whether you work at a nonprofit, social venture, corporate CSR department or foundation, we’ve got the expertise to help you tell your story effectively.

Send us a note if you have any questions about our services.


President and Content Director

Brit Liggett is a filmmaker and new media specialist living in Brooklyn, New York. She has a BFA in Television and Broadcast Journalism with an emphasis in Documentary Production from the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University in California. Brit entered the media world just as online videos started to flourish and has carved a niche for herself specializing in working with non-profits and businesses involved in social good. Brit has created video content for The Clinton Foundation, Qualcomm Incorporated, Solar Sister, The Barefoot College, Comcast, The Washington Post, Newsweek, Inhabitat.com, The International Diabetes Federation and the College Diabetes Network. Most recently, Brit helped develop and produce multimedia strategies for the Clinton Global Initiative. Brit keeps a low profile behind the camera and crafts stories that get right to the heart of the matter. At Show the Good, Brit brings her many years of experience to the stories of the organizations we work with.


Strategic Advisor

Shelley Yeager-Doucette’s three decades of experience as a nonprofit executive director give her a unique and diverse understanding of the needs of the nonprofit organization. Her experience has taken her from the executive director’s chair to the board room; from the speaker’s platform to the press room; and from the donor’s living room to Congress. Shelley understands the challenges faced by many nonprofit organizations, especially fiscal constraints and the need for marketing to donors, volunteers and constituent groups. Shelley believes that Show the Good can help nonprofits achieve long-term goals by increasing visibility and encouraging public involvement. Shelley currently serves as a nonprofit consultant specializing in development, executive management, strategic planning and program development. Her current client, the Diabetes Education and Camping Association, is the umbrella network of over 400 diabetes education programs worldwide. She has a Master’s Degree in Social Services from Boston College and is a Licensed Certified Social Worker.
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