Goal: To be a Content Expert, the person or organization (for profit, government, or nonprofit) should be able to provide links to their own branded educational material in the form of videos, podcasts, documents (such as checklists), or organized courses that are found on their own website or a public third-party host (such as YouTube, Vimeo, Teachable, Thinkific, etc.) Content created under the brand of a third party, such as a professional association, is only posted if that third party is also a Content Expert with the host.
Content Experts are eligible to be interviewed as part of an upcoming “Lunch & Learn” livestream series from host.
Interested in Thought Leadership on: Expertise can be any nonprofit specific area, such as fundraising, nonprofit accounting, fiscal sponsorship and etc. It can also be general expertise that is helpful to nonprofits, such as career advancement, making presentations, website security, and more.
Ideal Contributor and Qualifications: Expertise in a proposed subject that is nonprofit specific or helpful to nonprofits who has educational content in their area of expertise.
Host Sector: Nonprofit Education
Host Audience: Nonprofit staff, board, and volunteers
Past Contributors: Amy Eisenstein of Capital Campaign Toolkit, Concord Leadership Group, the Nonprofit Snapshot
Past Topics Have Covered: Recurring giving, nonprofit careers, capital campaigns
Note: When filling out the interest form (below) please note the content you’d like to share.
Added as a Digital PR Listing: May 2021