Storytelling to Increase Curiosity about your Organization’s Impact

Inspire your community, clients, and donors to engage further.

About this Seminar

In the current reality, organizations and their leadership must be able to effectively tell their story to multiple stakeholders. Your impact and programs can make a great impression and can inspire others to learn more about your organization. In a world where audiences are regularly pulled into serious conversations around racial equity or the pandemic, your message must be relevant and timely as well as flexible to be continually change. This session will provide a framework for participants to create and revise their story to meet the needs of their audiences and relevance of their programs.

Participants will:

  • Better understand what makes a good story – and even a great story
  • Learn how to craft an effective story
  • Practice telling their story to gain feedback from other participants

Who Should Attend:
This program is designed for Nonprofit Board Members, Executive Directors, HR Managers and Fund Development staff.

Virtual Seminar
Optimized for the virtual environment, this seminar will consist of presentations, group discussions, breakout group sessions, polls and short breaks. This is an opportunity to do a deep dive on a new topic and leave with tools that you can put in to practice immediately.


Megan Singh Sidhu – Strategist, Center for Nonprofit Management

Megan has 15+ years of experience in nonprofit strategy, communications, and fundraising. Throughout that career, she honed her aptitude for community engagement and project management by working with and on international boards, managing teams, organizing events, and managing relationships with diverse stakeholders. At CNM, Megan supports clients in designing and implementing evaluation and research, capacity building, and learning. Megan holds a Bachelor of Arts in Ethics & Engagement in Developing Countries and Anthropology from Pitzer College and a Master of Science in Social Entrepreneurship University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business.


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