gRAHAM SCHOOL Webinar: Developing an Impactful Digital Brand Experience to Engage Supporters

With limited resources, nonprofit professionals must be strategic in delivering effective messages to their audiences to increase brand awareness and connect with supporters. Today, digital marketing has become a leading marketing vehicle for nonprofit professionals to share their mission beyond their immediate network.

There’s an opportunity to increase reach and tell their organization’s story to key stakeholders who perhaps would not have had the opportunity to interact with your organization in person.
In this workshop, we introduce the Supporter Engagement Journey. From the moment of mission discovery to the transformative gift, individuals need a compelling brand experience to make the transition from prospect to brand advocate.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES                                

  • Understand the importance of using tactics such as social media and content marketing to quickly engage individuals at the point of mission discovery.
  • Learn to identify the digital habits of individuals and the effective ways to reach them.
  • Outline a plan to transform prospects into brand advocates by immediately captivating their attention through powerful messaging and emotional connection.
 
Alindrea-reynolds.pngbout the Presenter: Lindrea Reynolds is a creative director and brand storyteller. With more than 10 years of experience in the marketing industry, she believes that creativity and authenticity are the keys to connecting brands to their audiences. She is currently the senior marketing and brand manager for After School Matters, a nonprofit organization that provides life changing programs to more than 17,000 teens throughout the City of Chicago. In her role, she strategizes and executes integrated marketing campaigns for teen recruitment, fundraising, and supporter engagement. Prior to her current role, she provided creative solutions and brand strategies for both for-profit and nonprofit organizations, including the Chicago Architecture Foundation, DePaul University, Namaste Laboratories, and the National Urban League. Lindrea also serves on the Women’s Mentorship Leadership Program committee of the Chicago Women in Philanthropy. She is passionate about helping emerging leaders connect with, and learn from experienced professionals.

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GRAHAM SCHOOL WEBINAR

Date: Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at 6pm (Central)
 

Cost: Complimentary
 
Location: Online

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Event Contact

Rachel Birkhahn-Rommelfanger
Assistant Director, Career Development
 
 
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