DANA KOHAVA SEGAL
International Fundraising & Management Consultant
Dana Segal is a fundraising and management consultant. Having started her career in the arts & cultural sector, she has grown her portfolio to include INGOs, NGOs and other organisations across the UK, Europe and Africa including UNICEF, World Animal Protection, Afrobarometer and Historic England. Dana was one of the inaugural AF&P Fundraising Fellows, and holds a PG Cert in Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy from the University of Leeds. She is Senior Partner Consultant at The Management Centre, Director of Adapt for Arts, Deputy Director of the National Arts Fundraising School and Chair of Emergency Exit Arts.
SESSION: SO WHAT EXACTLY IS BEHAVIOURAL ECONOMICS, AND WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW ABOUT IT?
Our understanding of what drives human behaviour has changed rapidly over the last 10 years. It’s the science that explains the success of companies like Amazon, Uber & Netflix. This session will help you understand what behavioural economics is, why it is important to know, and most importantly, how you can apply it to your fundraising.
Owner at Bluefrog Fundraising
One of the most influential fundraisers in the UK and around the world, Mark combines his academic background with hands on experience of research, marketing and fundraising for some of the best and most respected charities. He works alongside Bluefrog’s clients conducting research, developing and planning their fundraising strategies, building products and generating donor focused creative work. Mark is a passionate advocate of putting donor needs at the heart of all we do in fundraising. He shares his thoughts about fundraising at queerideas.co.uk
SESSION: HOW TO SUPERCHARGE YOUR CHARITY NEWSLETTER
Charity newsletters are the unsung hero of fundraising. When written and designed to answer donor needs they are perhaps the best way to both engage donors and raise money. Using market research and contemporary and historic examples, this session will provide you with everything you need to create a fantastic, hardworking newsletter for your charity that should easily outshine traditional appeals. And what’s more, we’ll show how newsletters can drive mid-value gifts, legacies and boost your second gift rate.
Head of Digital Films, DTV Group
Saleem has spent more than 17 years working in the UK’s leading fundraising agencies, firstly at Bluefrog, then at Open and now at DTV. He has helped many charities build highly effective acquisition, retention and legacy programmes integrating both on and off line channels. Saleem joined DTV to develop and implement their digital offering, including web optimisation for DRTV, digital donor journey’s and using video effectively for fundraising. He is a passionate fundraiser and loves creative development and digital integration.
SESSION: A FUNDRAISERS GUIDE TO RECRUITING REGULAR GIVING DONORS USING DIGITAL VIDEO
Want to know how to recruit regular giving donors through digital channels? Or gain ideas on how to develop your digital video fundraising strategy? This session will offer insights into why video is so important for the future of digital fundraising. And you’ll see examples from both UK and international charities that are using video to support a variety of fundraising propositions: regular giving, sponsorship, prospecting, campaigning, lottery and legacy. With practical tips and advice, case studies examples, and a good dollop of inspiration, everyone should come away with something they can apply to their own programmes.
Founder of The Liam Charity
Aaron begun his fundraising journey in 2012 shortly after his younger brother passed away. This begun with him setting up a tribute fund for the NSPCC’s Childline service which would later be branded ‘The Liam Charity’ and took the shape of a Fundraising Group. His initial target was £10,000 but with the support and stewardship from his Community Fundraiser and a growing passion for the cause his fundraising currently stands at £235,000. Not only this Aaron has been and advocate for the service, representing the organination on many campaigns and on TV as well as sharing the work of the NSPCC in his local Community.
SESSION: THE ‘WHY’ OF VOLUNTEERS & FUNDRAISERS
The session delivers an insight into the importance of a supporters ‘why’ and how that can be used to acquire local support, both through volunteers and fundraisers, to raise a significant amount of income for an organisation. It also explores different ways to create and sustain a supporter group, through stewardship and nurturing. But more so a simple story that shows the beauty of fundraising and how this can truly change someone’s life beyond fundraising.
CAMILLE ST. OMER DONALDSON
Supporter Experience Project Lead at British Red Cross
Camille has over 7 years’ fundraising experience, beginning her career as a telephone fundraiser where her love for supporters began. She then went on to work within Training, Compliance & Quality Control at the British Red Cross, inspiring thousands of dialogue fundraisers, before moving to her current role as Supporter Experience Project Lead. Her biggest success to date is leading on BRC’s first EVER Supporter Celebration Week! Eeek! When she isn’t working to deliver the ultimate Supporter Experience, she advocates for giving BAME women a seat at the table. She’s a keen public speaker- passion and drive saw her win SOFFI’s ‘I Wish I’d thought of that’ 2019, receiving sector-wide recognition. She enjoys being front and centre – after all, Beyoncé is her inspiration. When not geeking out over supporters/Beyoncé, she spends her spare time completing Buzzfeed quizzes like ‘what type of bread are you?’
SESSION: POWER OF CONVERSATIONS- WHY WE STILL NEED THEM AND WHY DIALOGUE ISN’T DEAD!
We all talk, but how often do we truly converse? I’ll be talking about my top tips for conversation, why dialogue fundraising is not and will never be dead (IMO) and how we can begin to reimagine what dialogue looks like. There are so many ways to communicate and with the rise of digital fundraising & social media, I wonder if we are losing one of the oldest forms. Surely, they can exist side by side. From my beginnings as a telephone fundraiser, face to face fundraising & beyond, all I’ve learnt along the way has come together to help me in understanding supporters better and building my confidence as a fundraiser. Come and join me for exactly that… A conversation! Well sort of, as it’s over the interweb, but I’ll be there ��
Head of Charities at London Marathon Events
Following his early career in technology start-ups and a digital agency, Kenneth moved in to fundraising by joining Alzheimer’s Research UK in 2014 to lead their sporting event team. In the 4 years he was at the organization the income from events increased by 300% with a focus on relationship fundraising and award winning campaigns, such as Running Down Dementia. In 2018 Kenneth then joined London Marathon Events to lead a new team focused on working with over 2000 charity partners across some of the world’s greatest mass participation events including the world’s greatest marathon the Virgin Money London Marathon that since its inception has raised more than £1 billion for good causes.
SESSION: SUSTAINABLE EVENTS
As our impact on the environment becomes a more pressing issue, Kenneth will talk us through how sustainability has become ingrained in the culture of London Marathon Events. With a focus on the 2019 Virgin Money London Marathon, Kenneth will take us through some of the initiatives the organization has been trailing and how London Marathon would like to be at the forefront of working with charities to be more sustainable. You will leave the session with some ideas and thoughts about what how you can consider your organizations impact on the environment when attending mass participation events.
Digital Consultant, Founder of Digital Charity Lab
Jean is a digital industry veteran with over 20 years’ experience working on the web in digital communications and design. She spent over 12 years working as a digital communications specialist in Irish charities including Barnardos and Oxfam Ireland. In 2014, Jean founded Digital Charity Lab, a social enterprise that builds digital skills in progressive non-profits, and promotes peer learning and collaboration on digital projects.
SESSION: GOOGLE GRANT ADS – EVEN MORE USEFUL & EVEN LESS SCARY THAN YOU MIGHT THINK
You know how we’re always talking about warm audiences in the charity sector, and how we should start with them? Well, Google Grant Ads are one of the best ways to find your warm audience. The Google Grant gives charities up to $10k in free search engine advertising each month; it’s really easy to get and if it’s done right, it’ll bring highly engaged visitors to your website – visitors who are very likely to respond to your asks. In this session I’ll share insights that will demystify Google Grant Ads, and advice to help make your Google Grant Ads perform and bring in real revenue.
AMY EISENSTEIN, ACFRE
CEO and Co-Founder of the Capital Campaign Toolkit
Amy Eisenstein is a consultant, author, speaker, and the CEO and Co-Founder of the Capital Campaign Toolkit. She also developed the online fundraising course Mastering Major Gifts. Her published books include: Major Gift Fundraising for Small Shops, Raising More with Less, and 50 A$ks in 50 Weeks. Amy served as the president of the board of the Association of Fundraising Professionals – New Jersey Chapter in 2014 and 2015, and received the New Jersey Fundraiser of the Year award in 2019. Amy became a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) in 2004 and received her advanced certification, ACFRE, in 2013. Check out her website and blog at amyeisenstein.com and CapitalCampaignToolkit.com for free fundraising resources.
SESSION: HOW TO GET YOUR BOARD MEMBERS TO RAISE MONEY IN ONLY 15 MINUTES PER MONTH
Do you ever wish your board members helped with fundraising? Join Amy Eisenstein as she shares simple strategies to engage your board members in only fifteen minutes per month. Whether you need board members to help raising major gifts, or with a capital campaign, this session will help you engage your board members every step of the way.
Founder & Principal at Blue Sky Philanthropy
Emma Lewzey has 20+ years’ experience raising millions of dollars across the arts, education, health and human services sectors. She’s the founder of Blue Sky Philanthropy, where she works with non-profits to increase their revenue and exceed their fundraising goals by helping them raise more 5, 6 and 7-figure donations.
SESSION: 4 CRUCIAL STEPS TO RAISING MORE 5, 6 AND 7-FIGURE DONATIONS (AT ANY SIZE SHOP!)
Even if you’re a smaller shop, you can take practical action to land more big gifts for your great cause! During this session, you’ll learn the 4 important steps you need to take to start raising larger donations for your mission, including where to look for major donors to build your pipeline, what you need to create irresistible giving opportunities, and how to land that elusive donor meeting.
President & Chief Creative at Lisa Sargent Communications
International award-winning donor communications specialist Lisa Sargent has been called “one of the finest copywriters on the planet.” Because she is often found behind the keyboard crafting successful direct mail and multi-channel fundraising appeals, newsletters, and other donor-delighting campaigns, Sargent speaks, writes, and trains on what works: delivering proven production perspectives, results-based advice, roll-up-your-sleeves takeaways, and a bounty of behavioral science, with spunk and inspiration. Sargent’s free Donor Thank-You Letter Clinics were named one of the world’s “top 10 gifts for fundraisers” by SOFII (Showcase of Fundraising Innovation and Inspiration) and remain the most-ever visited exhibit there, with 100,000+ visits to date. She puts her heart and soul into past and present clients including: Trócaire, Best Friends Animal Society, Shriners Hospitals for Children, Merchants Quay Ireland, ChildVision, Northwestern Memorial Foundation, Alley Cat Allies, Animals Asia, Group Health Foundation, and more. Find Lisa on Twitter @lisasargent2 and at lisasargent.com.
SESSION: HOW TO BREAK FREE OF BORING FUNDRAISING APPEALS… FOREVER! YOUR 45-MINUTE COPYWRITING CURE
Invest 45 minutes with international award-winning fundraising copywriter Lisa Sargent and discover how to apply her essential tools and techniques for writing (far) more effective appeals. You’ll focus on direct mail, still the biggest driver of fundraising revenue and retention – but touch on adapting for today’s multi-channel campaigns – as Sargent shows you how to: find and fix the fatal flaws of any fundraising letter… apply the four-part formula professional copywriters use to consistently develop solid appeals… interpret storytelling brain science and the key drivers of philanthropic giving… PLUS how to put it all together using a crash-course adaptation of Sargent’s “method copywriting” approach to crafting emotional appeals that speak straight to your donor’s heart. End with a trifecta of takeaways to use for future critiques and keeping your writing clear and compelling. Don’t miss your chance to see what winning writers do, and break free of boring fundraising appeals… forever!
Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur, having originally worked as a fundraiser at Oxfam, Afghanaid and Amnesty International. He has published UK Fundraising (fundraising.co.uk), the world’s first web resource for charity fundraisers, since 1994 and wrote the world’s first book on the subject in 1996. He trains and advises charities and fundraising companies on how to make the most of digital tools and opportunities. He created the interactive ‘unconference’ Fundraising Camp and co-created Barcamp Nonprofits. A Fellow of the Institute of Fundraising, he is Chair of the judging panel for the National Fundraising Awards. He is currently exploring the possibilities of growing giving exponentially.
SESSION: HOW TO WRITE PRESS RELEASES THAT WORK
Client Services Diretor at Open
Louise has worked in fundraising for over ten years. She joined Open in 2012, having previously managed the donor retention programme at Barnardo’s, the UK largest children’s charity, as well as working in a number of sectors and being a volunteer youth worker before her move into fundraising. She leads Open’s Client Services team and keeps a keen strategic eye over their clients. She uses her creativity, passion, strategic eye and extensive experience to ensure Open work with their clients to deliver great strategies, campaigns, ideas and great results, and in some cases a few awards!
SESSION: TESTING PROPOSITIONS
In a time where our sector is constantly evolving and changing to react to both external and internal factors, testing new propositions quickly and effectively is essential to our success. Open developed a new way of working so our clients could innovate and ideate quickly, launch tests in the market quickly, and deliver scalable results. I’ll take you through our approach, the keys stages and how we’re evolving to meet this growing need for our clients. And hopefully you’ll get inspiration on how you could do this too.
Head of New Partnerships at the NSPCC / Associate of Bright Spot Fundraising
Ben is the Head of New Partnerships at the NSPCC and an Associate of Bright Spot Fundraising. He has spent over a decade in fundraising. In that time winning some of the UK’s biggest partnerships, like; O2 Telefonica, Santander, Lidl, Morgan Stanley, KPMG and many more. His career includes major giving, supporter care and fundraising training. He’s repeatedly been voted one of the 50 most influential fundraisers in the UK and in the ‘top 25 under 35’.
SESSION: FOUR STEPS TO BUILD AN OUTSTANDING CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS TEAM
In this session Ben will share the four simple steps to help you build a corporate fundraising strategy from scratch. When you analyse nearly every corporate team that’s seen huge growth, they’ll have these four steps in common. Steps that turn into principles to help guide your day, week, month and year. Including examples from some of the UK’s most successful teams. Whether you’re starting from scratch or leading a corporate fundraising army, these 15 minutes will help you.
Global Legacy Manager at Greenpeace International
Ligia Peña, CFRE is the Global Legacy Manager at Greenpeace International where she drives Greenpeace’s global legacy strategy and manages a community of practice of legacy managers in 14 countries. She’s a seasoned presenter internationally and she’s the author of the ‘Small Shop Fundraising’ chapter in the 2nd volume of Excellence in Fundraising in Canada. When she’s not geeking out on legacy related things, she’s either knitting, cooking or planning her next trip. To follow her adventures, you can read her blog at globetrottingfundraiser.com
SESSION: HOW TO BUILD AND EMBRACE AN AWESOME LEGACY PIPELINE
The success of any legacy program relies on good prospects, inspiring stories and a strategic approach to moving donors. But what actions/moves should you do at every stage of the process? This session will show how simple it is to implement a 3-step pipeline matrix to inspire donors to leave a legacy to your organization and how to design engaging and personalized supporter journeys that will both excite and reinforce relationships with your donors.
CEO at Kishshana & Co.
Kishshana Palmer, is a uni-mom, trainer, educator, and professional speaker. She is the founder of Kishshana & Co. and author/blogger for “Secret Lives of Leaders”. When she is not starring in the Life of My Queenager (okay it’s not a real show, but it could be), she is dropping knowledge about leadership and life. Kishshana is the epitome of your classic 90’s Queens homegirl and quintessential corner office executive. She is your daily dose of Claire Huxtable with a side of Blanche Devereaux.
SESSION: IS THERE ENOUGH GAS IN YOUR TANK?
As fundraisers, managers, executives and “on the go” social good professionals we are often running 100 miles per minute. How do you keep your gas tank filled? Where do you go for a refill? This keynote will empower you, get you energized and educate you on what you can do TODAY to make sure you’re putting the right fuel in your tank to be successful.
Managing Partner at Nick Burne Consulting
Nick is Managing Partner at Nick Burne Consulting where he is Lead Digital Strategist for the International Rescue Committee and UNICEF’s International digital fundraising. In 2017 he founded RAISETHRU – a 12-week Facebook Ads Accelerator Programme for charities that has helped clients like Greenpeace, Care and PCUK build scalable digital acquisition programmes. He is also the Creator behind GivePanel – a new online platform that helps non-profits of all sizes engage their Facebook fundraisers, capture contact details and manage the data.
SESSION: DOUBLE YOUR INCOME FROM FACEBOOK FUNDRAISING WITH A LITTLE INNOVATION & ZERO BUDGET
Whether it’s birthday fundraising, the donate button, DIY and events, crowd-funding or Instagram – Facebook Giving Tools are not just the next generation fundraising platform – for many new and small charities they are now a main source of individual giving. In this fast-paced, practical session Nick will take you through case studies from nonprofits of all shapes and sizes who are working out through innovation, trail and error, how to thank, engage and capture new supporters through this new and growing area of social media fundraising.
Partner at Agents of Good
Jen Love is a storyteller. And not in a poetic sense. In a fumbling, arm-waving, half-sentence- speaking, let’s-get-to-the-heart-and-the-feelings sense. Write drunk, edit sober…even if you’re only drunk on emotions. Inhaling an attitude of gratitude and exhaling #donorlove, Jen’s title is Partner at Agents of Good, a collective of donor champions.
SESSION: STORYTELLING INTENSIVE
Let’s chat about gathering great stories from around your organization to inspire donors, deepen engagement and raise more money. You’ll learn the right questions to ask and how to creatively and effectively use a variety of voices to make your stories shine. You’ll have what you to start sharing better stories tomorrow!
Fundraising Strategist at Blakely
Maeve Strathy is a passionate and driven Fundraising Strategist at Blakely. Every day, she works with her clients to meet and exceed their fundraising goals, through a focus on insights-driven strategy, high-value donor relationships, integrated multi-channel fundraising, and the best possible donor experience. Prior to joining the Blakely team in 2015, Maeve spent nearly a decade in educational fundraising, gaining experience primarily in telemarketing, and one-on-one solicitation at the mid- and major gift level. In her previous role at Wilfrid Laurier University, Maeve grew the mid-level giving program by 70%. Outside of her day-to-day work, Maeve is passionate about the fundraising profession – speaking internationally, and volunteering with the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
SESSION: FUNDRAISING STRATEGY
Do you ever sit down to plan out the strategy for your next fundraising campaign and get overwhelmed by the blank page in front of you? Have no fear! Join Maeve Strathy – “fundraising strategy” is in her job title! She sets out strategy for 50+ campaigns each year and has the process down to a science (though there’s art involved, too). In this session, you will learn: 1) A practical, simplified process for developing fundraising strategy 2) The #1, most important thing to look at when putting your strategy together 3) How to ensure your strategy makes sense at the campaign level – and also as part of the larger donor journey 4) How strategy might be approached differently for different channels (hint: the process is pretty channel-neutral) 5) What mistakes Maeve has made along the way that have refined the process over time, and improved the strategies
Partner at Agents of Good
John is a marketer, designer, and ranter, with decades of experience in design and direct response. He’s a partner at Agents of Good, a fundraising and communications collaboration, led by himself and Jen Love, that is solely focused on #donorlove. He works with charities and agencies around the world to help tell better stories and to inspire donors to give, both online and offline.
SESSION: HOW “UGLY” FUNDRAISING CAN WIN YOUR DONORS HEART
In this FRANTIC session, John will mind dump as much knowledge and insight as he can about fundraising that works for DONORS. The most effective fundraising has little to do with the needs of your boss, marketing and comms and your chest thumping graphic standards. We will see how UGLY is BEAUTIFUL in the eyes of the donor.
Head of Supporter Experience at British Red Cross
Lesley is a change maker and supporter champion and spends a lot of time reimagining what fundraising could look like for charities of the future and their supporters. She cares deeply about the needs of supporters and creating experiences than bring people closer to the causes that they are passionate about. Whether working at Breast Cancer Now, Good Innovation or the British Red Cross, the passion to turn human insights and data analysis in to amazing experiences has always been her jam and she has bags of tricks up her sleeves to help any fundraiser to do the same.
SESSION: A BETTER SUPPORTER EXPERIENCE
In this session Lesley will share with you five things she has learned in 18 months as the Head of Supporter Experience at the British Red Cross. What you should do to get started, how to set yourself up for success and how to make sure Supporter Experience becomes part of the organisations’ DNA.
CEO/Senior Counsel of Focused On Fundraising, Inc.
Benjamin R. Case, CEO/Senior Counsel of Focused On Fundraising, Inc., helps nonprofits raise more money by advising on strategic planning, fundraising, and communications. Mr. Case has served in the nonprofit sector for 41 years as an advancement professional, senior manager, and leader. His experience includes work with world-class institutions such as Duke University, The Metropolitan Opera, North Carolina State University, and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, as well as being involved with the start-up of many successful nonprofits. He has worked for and been engaged by organizations that have raised $5 billion and has been personally involved in the successful solicitation of over $1.1 billion in gifts. He has done extensive presentations and trainings for non-profits, including writing and releasing his acclaimed twelve-week online training, The Daily Dozen: Habits of Highly Successful Fundraisers. In 2017, Mr. Case also published his first book, 21 Tips For Highly Successful Fundraisers, and it is an Amazon International Best Seller in multiple categories. Mr. Case is known for providing “Tips For Highly Successful Fundraisers. . .” to thousands of readers around the world. He has served on the boards of Catawba College, Medical Ministry International, and the Charitable Trust Leadership Forum. He has been a featured speaker for many associations including Council for Advancement and Support of Education, Association of Fundraising Professionals, and State Policy Network.
SESSION INFO TO FOLLOW
Chief Engagement Officer at Bloomerang
SESSION INFO TO FOLLOW
LEO ORLAND FFIA CFRE
SESSION INFO TO FOLLOW
Master Trainer, Author, and Nonprofit Advisor
Senior Advisor, Lightful
Beth is internationally recognized thought leader in networks, digital transformation, philanthropy, wellbeing in the workplace and training. Beth has over 35 years working in the nonprofit sector in capacity building and has facilitated trainings for thousands of social change activists and nonprofits on every continent in the world. She is an in- demand keynote speaker and workshop leader. Named one of the most influential women in technology by Fast Company and one of the BusinessWeek’s “Voices of Innovation for Social Media,” Beth was Visiting Scholar at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation 2009-2013. She author of the award winning Networked Nonprofit Books and The Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout (http://bit.ly/happyhealthynpbook) published by J.Wiley. Her clients include foundations, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations.
SESSION: EMERGING DIGITAL TRENDS FOR NONPROFITS: FUTURE PROOF YOUR FUNDRAISING STRATEGY
The future is unfolding in digital now. Artificial intelligence and other new technologies will allow your organization to have greater empathy for your donors – understand their needs, see their world, and appreciate them as humans. During this session you will gain an overview of how early adopter nonprofits are using artificial intelligence for programs, marketing, and fundraising. You will leave knowing how to apply human-centered methods and innovation techniques to develop a robust digital strategy for you nonprofit.
Freelance Fundraising & Event Consultant at CharityNikki.com
Nikki Bell is an award-winning relationship fundraiser, #SocialCEOs Rising Star winner, and international speaker from the UK. With a fundraising qualification and over eight years’ experience in the charity sector, Nikki has worked with teams across the fundraising mix for charities large and small, responsible for growing and leading fundraising teams, developing strategies, and raising money through innovation and strong relationships with supporters and stakeholders. Having recently worked with the British Heart Foundation leading fundraising for the North East of England and managing their 2018 brand refresh, she is now a freelance fundraising consultant and trainer and founder of ‘Pizza for Losers’. With a passion for supporting and celebrating brilliant fundraising, Nikki sits on the Institute of Fundraising’s National Fundraising Convention Board, is a Trustee for Mortal Fools, and is a fundraising conference organiser.
SESSION INFO TO FOLLOW
Simon Scriver is a professional fundraising consultant, coach, trainer, practitioner, keynote speaker, podcast host and co-founder of the virtual conference Fundraising Everywhere. Simon has won Fundraising Ireland’s ‘Small Budget, Big Impact’ and ‘Supplier Of The Year’ Awards, Eircom’s Start-up Award, and was a 2019 finalist of Charities Institute Ireland’s Communications Agency of the Year. He is a TEDx speaker and has previously won the Toastmasters UK & Ireland International Speech Contest. He also sits on the Advisory Panel of Rogare, the international fundraising think tank, and is a member of the AFP. Simon also offers consultancy to some of the biggest and smallest charities in Ireland and abroad. He offers advice and training to non-profits to make their fundraising more cost-effective, speaking regularly at international conferences. He holds a Diploma in Fundraising and a Certificate in Fundraising
SESSION: A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO GROWING YOUR MAILING LIST
Social Media Manager & Trainer at Lightful
Tereza Litsa is a social media manager and trainer at Lightful, helping charities improve their social media skills. She’s been working as a social media and content marketing manager for the last 7 years and she is passionate about social media and how it can be used in the tech for good sector in a more impactful way. Her posts have been featured in sites such as Nptechforgood, NTEN, ClickZ, CharityComms, Social Media Week and she has delivered training and webinars for many organisations on all things digital. She is also the host of the #ReclaimSocial podcast and you can find her tweeting @terezalitsa
SESSION: HOW TO MAKE SOCIAL STORYTELLING MORE ACTIONABLE
Social media is a great channel to develop your storytelling skills. Did you know that 32% of donors are most inspired to give via social media? Join Lightful in a webinar that will present all the different ways that you can make your social storytelling more actionable to achieve your goals. This is a practical session full of tips, resources and tools that will help you master your storytelling as part of your next campaign.