Nonprofits have been tasked with communicating some of the most important stories of our time - but only a handful actually succeed in engaging the masses.
With the explosion of YouTube, mobile devices, KONY2012, and viral videos in general, many of these groups are starting to understand the power of video storytelling, but they don't necessarily know know how to do it well. This visual and inspiring panel will help get them started.
We're offering this panel in conjunction with the Nonprofit Cultivation Center's 2012 Technology Summit on Tuesday, June 19! Please see their website to register for the full summit. If you just want to attend the panel, register here.
Dana Romanoff is an award-winning photographer and multimedia producer dedicated to making a difference in our local and global community. Her clients include National Geographic Society, The Women's Foundation of Colorado, LifeQuest Transitions, Reportage-by Getty Images, The New York times and numerous other editorial, commercial and humanitarian-aid organizations.
Amy Marquis, a full-time editor on National Parks Magazine, is also the founder and editor of The Digital Naturalist, a blog dedicated to improving advocacy videos. Last fall, she spent six weeks on assignment for the National Parks Conservation Association producing and directing two short films about Yosemite National Park.
Jonathan Schoenberg is the Executive Creative Director and co-owner at TDA, a full-service advertising and design agency in Boulder. Jonathan is committed to creating communication that makes people care about companies and in this panel will focus on creating well-branded campaigns, how to make potential donors care and getting high-quality video stories seen.
Kevin Moloney is a 25-year veteran photojournalist whose work has appeared on the front page of the New York Times more than 45 times. He is also a 16-year journalism educator at University of Colorado whose students work at the top agencies in their profession and have won numerous international awards.