Nonprofit Excellence Workshops
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Nonprofit Excellence Workshops
2017-2018

 

Thursday February 15, 2018, 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

To be or not to be ....social that is!

So your organization has a Facebook page and Twitter handle, now what??  Should your organization join the Instagram, YouTube, and LinkedIn worlds?  In this workshop, learn tips and tools to be socially savvy and start the conversation on various social media platforms.  Learn how to interact with your followers, how to use social media to your advantage and how to…

 

·         Develop a strategy

·         Develop social media best practices

·         Develop goals and a plan

·         Develop content

·         Develop a deeper relationship with your volunteers, donors, supporters and partners

Join the conversation with Jennifer as she continues to help you create the buzz for your organization!

 

Jennifer Jamieson, Community Volunteer and Communications Consultant

Jennifer Jamieson is a Past President of the Junior League of Collin County and has served the organization in multiple capacities including Communications VP where she assisted the League in re-branding from the Junior League of Plano to the Junior League of Collin County and establishing the League on social media. 

Jennifer is a graduate of Baylor University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications.  Prior to making the decision to stay at home and focus her time on her family and community, she was a television producer/director/editor/writer and on-air host.  She traveled the state interviewing interesting Texans for the television program “Texas Country Reporter.”  She has written and produced a variety of award winning television programs and human-interest video pieces. 

Today, she continues to immerse herself in the study of communications specifically as related to promoting a nonprofit’s mission and brand by presenting marketing, public relations and social media topics through the League’s Nonprofit Excellence Workshops.

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Thursday, March 15, 2018, 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.

 

Journey Mapping

 

The changing face of the donor and how to design experiences to WOW them!

 

You’ve heard some of the trends and you know you need to engage the next generation but how? 

 

This session will review the latest trends in demographic and sociographic changes occurring in this country that are impacting the way organizations need to engage their current and future donors for long term growth.

 

Attendees will learn an immersive planning technique that will give them the tools to design the best possible experience for these emerging audiences. Come ready to learn and leave with a roadmap for engaging your organization’s next generation of donors!

 

By the end of this session you will:

• understand how the demographic and sociographic make-up of the population is changing.

• determine the greatest opportunity for your organization among these changes.

• learn how to design intentional experiences for these audiences using journey mapping.

 

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Speaker Alyssa Boger partners with organizations of varying size and purpose to create successful, comprehensive fundraising solutions across the donor pyramid.  As vice president, client strategy at Pursuant, a nonprofit fundraising agency based in Dallas, Alyssa drives positive growth for clients across all sectors through her passion for data-informed strategies that inspire new and measured thinking.  Alyssa’s expertise lies in omni-channel fundraising, data analysis and insights, comprehensive direct response strategy and execution, and program transitions to relationship fundraising. 

 

In both her professional career with Pursuant and her volunteer career with Junior League of Collin County, Alyssa is committed to providing the highest level of strategy and collaboration to help non-profits advance their mission and have a greater impact on the world. 

 

 

Register here

 

JLCC Training & Education Community Nonprofit Workshops

 For Nonprofits, Organizations, Associations

 Workshops are free and open to the public. All workshops are held at our office.  Register today!

 ·         Board Members

·         Executive Staff

·         Staff / New hires

·         Community Volunteers

·         Stakeholders

·         Community Members

 

 

April 12, 2018                       Board Development Track

 

These JLCC courses are designed for the benefit of Collin County agencies and nonprofits. JLCC members are welcome to attend. If you have questions please contact: nonprofitworkshops@jlcollincounty.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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