One of the most important ways to communicate your nonprofit’s impact is by sharing stories of those who are benefitting from your work. Ethical storytelling challenges us to move beyond photo waivers and media releases into a cooperative effort with constituents to tell their stories – in their words and on their terms. Shifting the narrative may be more achievable than you think, and can have a substantial, lasting impact on your organization!
In this session, Jennifer Grove Camacho from PLOT My Story will provide a primer for understanding and implementing ethical storytelling practices for your organization. We’ll also be joined by Amy Hudson and Ashley Wiley of Food Well Alliance, who will share their experiences crafting and enacting a Storyteller Bill of Rights.
This session is for development, fundraising, marketing, communications, and operational staff of GCN member organizations. Member dues must be current when the session takes place to receive access.
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Jennifer Grove Camacho, founder of PLOT My Story, is a veteran Community Storyteller crafting asset-based, solutions-focused, visual narratives. The Georgia native launched her career as a TV news reporter and multi-platform producer in several markets before being named Community Affairs Manager at WSB-TV in Atlanta. During her tenure there, Jennifer became adept at telling the stories of Metro Atlanta nonprofits and change-makers, helping to amplify messages impacting North Georgia’s diverse communities. Having produced over 1,500 stories focused almost exclusively on nonprofit narratives, Jennifer now directs her passion toward consulting with nonprofits, small business, and community organizations.