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Storytelling for Non-Profits: A Workshop by Cara Jones
Tuesday, February 28, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
Storytelling for Non-Profits: Harnessing the Power of Video and Print to Promote Your Stories
with Emmy award winning Cara Jones of Storytellers for Good
Recognizing that “people will forget what you tell them, but never forget how you make them feel,” Storytelling for Nonprofits will explore the unique power of stories, both video and in print, to move and inspire an audience. Emmy Award winning broadcast journalist and founder of Storytellers for Good, Cara Jones will:
- Detail general principles and best practices for storytelling
- Show how to demonstrate the power of your work to attract funders and volunteers.
- Provide media examples that work
- Offer interactive exercises
- Give practical tips you can use
All to help you become a more effective storyteller. You'll leave with greater knowledge on how to find and tell compelling stories that "feel"—stories that your audiences won't soon forget!
About Cara Jones
Cara is a multiple Emmy Award winning writer, reporter, and producer with vast experience in using video to tell compelling, inspiring human-interest stories. She has more than a decade of experience in broadcast journalism and has reported for network affiliates in Southwest Florida, Boston and the San Francisco Bay Area. Having been frustrated by the tragedy focused and negative nature of local news, she founded Storytellers for Good in 2009 (www.storytellersforgood.com). Storytellers for Good is a team of journalists and photographers who aim to tell and promote stories of people and organizations making a positive difference. Cara is a graduate of Princeton University with a degree in public policy. She volunteers with the Big Sister Association, speaks Spanish and has back-packed through South America, Europe, and India.
Limited to 40 people. Registration required.