Do you want to speak at
the Nonprofit Storytelling Conference?
Here's our process.
We do things a little bit differently here.
We plan the story arc of the Storytelling Conference based on what our guests would like to learn and experience. Then we craft the conference sessions to meet those very specific needs. Our final step is to search for the experts who match the qualifications requested by our guests. These experts are usually highly recommended and repeatedly referred to us. We look for diverse approaches and different perspectives so we would love to hear from you!
Just so you know…
In order to create the sense of family the Nonprofit Storytelling Conference is known for, speakers arrive a day early for orientation and coaching. Speakers also stay for the entire conference to be available to the guests in an ongoing collaborative atmosphere.
We encourage speakers to call on one another during sessions to illuminate an issue and/or bring a particular storytelling perspective to the group. We share the wisdom in the room.
We also invite all of our speakers to participate in StoryLabs.
In StoryLabs, conference guests get to ask questions of the speakers in a sit down, one-on-one environment.
Guests LOVE this opportunity.
Storytelling conference speakers must be prepared to pay their own travel and accommodations.
We realize, we ask a lot of you and the guests LOVE YOU for it!
So if you are willing and committed to being a part of our Storytelling Team, fill out the form below and let us know what you are passionate about, and what you have to offer the conference guests that will make their jobs a whole lot easier.
Since we get A LOT of talented and experienced professionals asking to speak at this conference, please understand that we will only contact you if we need more information or you are chosen to speak at the conference.
We choose most of our speakers within the first quarter of the year, but we accept proposals all year long.
Thank you for being willing to share your time and expertise with your fundraising colleagues.