Friday, March 2, 2012
Village Church, Beaverton
"Storytelling" brings people into a dialogue with your organization. It paves the way for engagement and interaction. The goal is to make your constituent an active participant in your story. Wendy Mitchell will create the space to talk about the magic and logic of telling a successful story.
Wendy would be very happy to review your organization's story by looking at web pages, solicitations, invitations, the annual report, etc. Please mail hard copies to Wendy Mitchell, 1245 SW Upland Drive, Portland, OR 97221, by February 22nd. She will bring the stories to the workshop to share.
As great stories touch our hearts, please come to the workshop with a light heart. The stories will come through sharing our experiences and listening to each other talk about the vision of their organizations.
Wendy Mitchell, Development Consultant
Wendy Mitchell has served as Director of Development for several organizations including Lan Su Chinese Garden, Portland Japanese Garden, UC Berkeley Botanical Garden and UC Berkeley Graduate School of Education. She was also the Director of Outreach and Programs for the OHSU National Center of Excellence in Women's Health. While serving as Director of Development of Hawaii Preparatory Academy on the Big Island, she learned the value of "talking story" to establish meaningful connections. Wendy is also a women's health therapist and coach: www.womenshealthcoaching.com
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