Whether your foundation just topped $1 million or $1 billion in assets, you probably experience the same challenge when it comes to communications: Not enough capacity. Sometimes you just can't do it all. This webinar will feature essential storytelling tips, highlight creative ways to repurpose your existing work and show you how to efficiently use downtime to stock a pantry full of useful ingredients to tell the right story when you're crunched for time. And for those times you have some financial flexibility, we'll talk about how to find the right consultant to help you finally move that back-burner project out onto the table.
Robin Miner-Swartz, owner/principal, Miner-Swartz Editing and Consulting
Robin Miner-Swartz has merged two decades of experience in journalism and community philanthropy into her own consulting business. She has a passion for writing, editing and managing publications to ensure they deliver clear, compelling messages. She has presented at statewide conferences and traveled across Michigan to help organizations become better at telling their stories. As Vice President of Marketing and Communication for the Capital Region Community Foundation, Robin planned, reported, wrote and designed CRCF’s award-winning, magazine-style annual report. She also created a toolkit for agency fundholders to help promote their endowment funds and a series of brochures designed to help professional advisers advocate for philanthropy to their clients. Robin has presented at CMF conferences, collaborated with other CF communicators to develop new marketing materials and served on the steering committee for CommA, the national organization for communication professionals at community foundations.
CMF Members: $35.00
This webinar is hosted by Council of Michigan Foundations and originally published December 11, 2018