We are in a new era of nonprofit engagement and it requires a different type of leadership to build the future you want to see, from peer to peer engagement to gamification. NationBuilder makes software that helps nonprofits around the globe to increase engagement and to incentivize action. Join Samin Pogoff, senior strategist at Whole Whale, and Sorcha Rochford, nonprofit strategist at NationBuilder in a conversation about the tactics and strategies that are needed to engage your community and drive them to take more action.
You will learn:
- Best practices to engage donors and advocates
- Ideas to make advocacy and fundraising fun
- Ideas for community engagement
Sorcha is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at NationBuilder. She manages customer relationships and strategic partnerships for a host of the most influential political, brand, and non-profit organizations around the globe. She is a political strategy leader, committed to building community in an effort to develop more effective leaders from all walks of life.
Sorcha currently lives and works in Boston, MA. She completed her undergraduate degree in Political Science and History at the University of Portsmouth in England before relocating to Boston, Massachusetts. At 22 she became the youngest member of her graduating class to receive a Master’s in Political Science from Suffolk University.
Prior to joining NationBuilder, Sorcha worked as a Senior Associate of Dewey Square Group where she developed and managed grassroots organizations for a variety of candidates, ballot initiatives, businesses, and non-profits. Sorcha has also served as a political advisor on a number of federal, state and municipal campaigns across New England.
Currently, Sorcha serves her communities in the following capacities. US Ambassador for the British and Irish Trading Alliance, as a board member for Suffolk University Alumni and the Boston & New England Rose of Tralee. She is also the co-host of the Unapologetic Women podcast.
This webinar will be recorded. The deck and recording will be shared with registrants via email after the event.