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Fundraisers Forum: Building Donor Connections Through Multimedia

Fundraisers Forum: Building Donor Connections Through Multimedia

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 - 9:00 am to 10:30 am


The Fundraisers Forum was a three-program series.

If you did not attend but are interested in possible future forums, contact Anita Silvert at asilvert@spertus.edu or 312.322.1707.


Learn to touch your supporters’ hearts and inspire
their support through multimedia storytelling.

At this workshop-style event, discover expert approaches to message and medium, explore the impact of visuals, and view an Emmy Award-winning video from one of our presenters. Then practice crafting your organization’s own story.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018
Free. Reserve below by September 28.

Coffee and networking at 9 am | Program 9:30 to 10:30 am
This is the first in this year's three-part Fundraisers Forum Series.
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This session presented in partnership with the Giving Tree Associates Speaker Series.

 

PRESENTERS
Dana Michelle CookDana Michelle Cook is an Emmy and Gracie award-winning filmmaker/producer who has worked on shows including Dancing with the Stars and Design on a Dime. She has produced original content for NBC, Bravo, The Food Network, TLC, and Biography. As co-founder of Freeheart Creative, she works on issues that bring about social change. 

Lis MartinLis Martin is a the owner of Statement Communications. A writer and content strategist with more than a decade of experience, including stints as a copywriter and journalist, she is known for big-picture thinking, passionate presenting, and on-the-ground execution. 

 

Katie WilkesKatie Wilkes spent eight years deploying to disaster sites as a national relief agency spokesperson. She brought stories to life on The Weather Channel and MSNBC, responding to floods, hurricanes, wildfires, and epidemics. With Dana Michelle Cook, she is co-founder of Freeheart Creative.

MODERATOR
Ellen HattenbachEllen Spira Hattenbach is Spertus Institute’s VP for External Relations. A master connector and communicator, she has worked in strategic planning, client relations, and brand management, building links between the business and nonprofit sectors.

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