Victura Communications
We help you achieve your mission.

What we're about

Creativity. Experience. Results.


Latin for "to achieve your mission," Victura Communications started helping clients do just that in 2014. We have a combined 35 years of experience and devote 100% of our time to helping nonprofit and philanthropic clients be more successful. We've worked with a wide range of sectors, including environmental, social justice, public health, and community organizations. You can count on us to bring a sense of humor to our work, and often snacks as well.


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We know time and money matter. That's why we offer free consultations and deliver honest, straightforward proposals based on your organization's specific goals, needs and budget.

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Our team

Susie Seidelman


Susie Seidelman

Susie Seidelman is the Director of Victura Communications. She has over a dozen years of experience working closely with nonprofits and foundations to understand their communications needs, craft goals and strategic plans to meet them, and execute that strategy to align messaging across platforms. Susie builds capacity within organizations, ensuring they have the skills and tools needed to do their best communications work, and trains organizations to use these tools to greatest effect.

Prior to her time at Victura, Susie worked in organizational and communications capacities with The Johnson Foundation at Wingspread, the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin Public Radio, and the City of Milwaukee Election Commission.  She received her BA from Oberlin College and her MA from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  She was a PLACES Fellow with the Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities in 2013, and a Leadership Advanced Fellow in 2016. She's served on numerous nonprofit boards and plays an active role in her community. In her spare time, she likes to cook, eat, learn about cooking, talk about eating, and generally spend as much time as possible enjoying the great outdoors with friends and family. She lives with her wife, Laura, and their son, Asa, on the sunny shores of Lake Michigan.