Building your Nonprofit’s Communications Engine

New York
Tue, Jul 7, 6:00 PM (EDT)

About this event

The Nonprofit Communications Engine is a framework designed to help nonprofit leaders build, refine, and optimize their organization’s ability to communicate effectively. Based on Sarah Durham’s new book, “The Nonprofit Communications Engine: A leader’s guide to managing mission-driven marketing and communications”, this session is for nonprofit leaders who need to set clearer goals, build a stronger team, and manage communications in their organization so it truly advances the mission. You’ll learn a scalable theory that you can apply to your organization immediately.

Learning outcomes:

  • Understand the results a successful communications team should consistently generate for your nonprofit
  • Understand the six elements you must have in order to achieve these results
  • Gain a simple approach that can be applied to assess where your organization’s communications are strongest or need more attention  

Attend Online

Due to COVID-19, we'll be hosting this event as a Zoom webinar. Please register here to attend and we'll send the link to registrants on the day of the event.

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Sarah Durham

Sarah Durham

CEO - Big Duck and Advomatic

Sarah is an entrepreneur and creative consultant with a passion for helping nonprofits communicate more effectively so they can advance their missions.

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Tuesday, Jul 7
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (EDT)


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  • Ann Nguyen

    Ann Nguyen

    Whole Whale

    Technical Creative Director

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  • Chris Tuttle

    Chris Tuttle



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  • Brianna Collins

    Brianna Collins

    Independent Consultant

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  • Joe Moran

    Joe Moran

    The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research

    Director, Content Operations

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