FREE Event – Nonprofit Cafe: “Creating Communications That Matter,” 2/27/2015

Whether you’re talking to a reporter, meeting with a donor, making a presentation to the public or your board, or updating your social media posts, it’s essential that you get our your message through a compelling story.

Join the Bozeman Area Community Foundation and your nonprofit peers at the next Nonprofit Café and learn

What’s Your Story?  Creating Communications That Matter
with Bebe Crouse, The Nature Conservancy

February 27, 2015
8:30a.m – 9:45a.m.

Weaver Room (upstairs) at the Emerson Center
111 S. Grand Avenue, Bozeman

It’s free!

>> Click here to register

ABOUT THE SPEAKER:

Bebe Crouse spent more than 25 years as a working journalist before taking her position as Director of Communications for The Nature Conservancy in Montana. Her reporting for national radio and television has spanned coverage of civil wars in Central America, timber wars in the Pacific Northwest, refugee camps in southern Mexico, and presidential summits in Geneva and Havana. Prior to moving to Montana, she was the Senior Editor for Environment and the West for NPR.