Parrish Digital is a digital organizing and multi-media strategy company. We help tribal organizations, businesses, and nonprofits communicate their stories and brands to reach larger and more diverse audiences.
"Stories help organize, engage, and mobilize communities." - Jaynie Parrish
Denise Juneau Campaign
Native Governance Center
University of Buffalo School of Social Work Second Annual Symposium
Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council
FNX Native Election Night
Great Plains Tribal Leaders Summit
Native American Development Corporation
Parrish Digital has been privileged to extend generous time and in-kind services to the following outstanding community service organizations.
Navajo Nation Museum
Annual First Alaskans Institute Elders & Youth Conference
Native Youth Olympics Alaska
University of North Dakota American Indian Studies and Student Services
Center of Native American Youth
Parrish Digital was created while I was helping several tribal and non-tribal organizations create and implement online/offline community organizing initiatives and advocacy campaigns. I provided organizing, planning, coordinating, marketing, and media skills to a number of organizations throughout the years. I knew I could turn these skills into a successful business.
Founder and Digital Organizer
Jaynie Parrish is a citizen of the Navajo Nation.
Dibé łízhiní nishłí Blacksheep Clan
Áshiihí báshíshchíín Salt Clan
Naakaii Dine’é dashicheii Mexican Clan
Tódích’íi’nii dashinálí Bitter Water Clan
Jaynie Parrish founded Parrish Digital in 2016 and is an alumna of Arizona State University and Harvard Kennedy School.
As a community and digital organizer Jaynie has worked to increase the number of Native American candidates and Native American voter turnout. Parrish worked in 2016 to craft a social media message for congressional candidate Denise Juneau. In 2012, she led the first ever Native American Get Out the Vote initiative for Rock the Vote. From 2009-2010, Ms. Parrish was named a Harvard Administrative Fellow and worked with the Harvard Honoring Nations Program. In the spring of 2011, Ms. Parrish was named a Regional Finalist for the White House Fellows Program and was also awarded the Deborah Carsten’s Grant for her research entitled Navajo Women in a Cultural and Intergenerational Context.