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Every non-profit organization needs to promote its programs and document its role and value to its supporters and the broader community it serves. But many find it difficult to get media coverage for their mission and intermediate goals. In this hands-on presentation, Nonprofit Works communications consultant John Wilner will discuss how to develop news stories that engage and resonate with both audiences and the media, and provide a handy tool to help you determine how best to frame different stories. (Note: Participants should bring specific story ideas they want to develop into media pitches.)

Presenter: John Wilner has spent more than 30 years working for a variety of non-profit organizations (and a few for-profit ones) as a researcher, reporter, editor, publications director, and communications consultant. With a background in public policy, journalism, and editorial production, he has spent decades helping non-profit groups develop and deliver messages to a wide range of audiences, including the news media. He also serves as an SEG communications advisor.

Cost: Free

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"I recommend that executive directors and senior leaders of organizations take this workshop. It's so important."

Amanda O. Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council February 6, 2019