Launched in June 2015, SynaVoice LLC (SynaVoice) focuses on communications and stakeholder outreach for federal and commercial clients, and has deep expertise in the housing and finance sectors. SynaVoice works collaboratively with clients to articulate messages and tell their story in compelling and meaningful ways that resonate with stakeholders and facilitate behavior change.
SynaVoice is a certified Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB), certified Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB), and a certified Women's Business Enterprise (WBE). The name, SynaVoice, comes from the words 'synthesis' and 'voice' and represents the idea of presenting a singular, consolidated message to increase the impact of mission-critical initiatives.
SynaVoice holds a GSA Multiple Award Schedule (SIN 541611).
SynaVoice has a Navy SeaPort Next Generation prime contract.
EDWOSB & WOSB
SynaVoice is certified by an SBA-approved third-party certifier as an EDWOSB and WOSB. The SynaVoice certification is valid through February 16, 2022.
SynaVoice is certified by the Virginia Department of Small Business & Supplier Diversity as a Small, Woman- and Minority-Owned firm. SWaM certification valid through July 31, 2023.
SynaVoice is certified by Women's Business Enterprise National Council as a WBE. Certification is valid through November 19, 2022.
SynaVoice CEO, Julie Rothhouse won SmartCEO Magazine’s 2017 Brava Award.
SynaVoice completed the following invitation-only programs:
Dartmouth Tuck Building a Successful Diverse Business (2021)
Freddie Mac Vendor Academy (2019)
Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses (2018)
Prime contract vehicles
GSA Multiple Award Schedule
Navy SeaPort Next Generation
CAGE code 7CH46
EDWOSB | WOSB certified
DCAA-approved accounting system
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11327 Vale Road, Oakton, VA 22124
During the summer of 2020 SynaVoice created and launched SynaVoice SOL, a pop-up, virtual camp for high school students. SynaVoice SOL featured unique topics taught by nationally-recognized experts. Designed to provide exposure to new ideas, concepts, and skills, SynaVoice SOL provided scholarships for more than 90 high school students from 15 states and three Indigenous tribes.
Julie Rothhouse conceived the idea for SynaVoice from observing the positive impact communications advice has on both new and evolving organizations. Julie is an award-winning communicator who brings more than 25 years of strategic communications, marketing and outreach experience to clients in both the public and private sector. Julie collaborates with clients to deliver clear messages that motivate stakeholders.
Julie is passionate about helping women entrepreneurs succeed and serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of the Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP) Education Institute, a 501c3.