Hannah Thomas and Priscilla Hung, co-director at Move to End Violence, discuss adrienne mareee brown’s Emergent Strategy and how to apply it to nonprofit communications.
Who should be on your communications team? Learn how to define the characteristics that help successful nonprofit communications teams achieve their goals in this podcast.
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Farra Trompeter talks with Dr. Renee Rubin Ross, founder of The Ross Collective, about how you can build inclusive conversations and ways to meaningfully engage your team and community in branding.
Sarah Durham and Farra Trompeter share insights about how nonprofit communications have changed over the years, and share their experiences as professionals who have worked for and with nonprofits.
Farra Trompeter is joined by Mica Bevington, US director of communications and development at Humanity and Inclusion to discuss how you can use donor personas to guide your communications.
Equity: How can we design organizations where everyone thrives? Tune in to this podcast to learn more about how to center equity in your organization.
Sarah Durham, chief executive officer at Big Duck, and Mark Graham, chief marketing & comms officer at American Friends Service Committee, explore how well-known organizations can evolve their brands.
What can a good tagline do for your org? Farra Trompeter explores this topic w/ Chandra M. Hayslett from the Center for Constitutional Rights & Ambar Mentor-Truppa from Shriver Center on Poverty Law.
What’s the future of virtual events? Find out ways to create engaging virtual and hybrid events as we settle into life during and beyond COVID-19.
Why should you challenge urgency in your communications? Learn more about what urgency means and how to question it as it shows up in nonprofit communications.