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job search 2Associate Director, Communications & Strategic Research Departments, Rockefeller Foundation (New York, NY)

Celebrity Relations Coordinator and Staff Writer/Editor, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (Washington DC)

Civic Engagement Coordinator, League of Conservation Voters (Washington DC)

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Nancy Schwartz on April 14, 2014 in Jobs and Hiring | 0 comments
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Communications Associate, The Randall’s Island Park Alliance, Inc (New York, NY)

Communications Intern, DesigNYC (New York, NY)

Communications Officer, Baltimore Community Foundation (Baltimore, MD)

Digital Director, EMILY’s List (Washington, DC)

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Nancy Schwartz on April 7, 2014 in Jobs and Hiring | 1 comment
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interviewweb150Communications Assistant – Data Visualization, Climate Policy Initiative (San Francisco, CA)

Communications Coordinator, Kids Help Phone (Toronto, Canada)

Communications Director, The New Organizing Institute (Washington DC)

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Nancy Schwartz on March 31, 2014 in Jobs and Hiring | 1 comment
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Help-Wanted2-150x150Audience Engagement Director and Senior Communications Officer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (Princeton, NJ)

Communications & Social Media Coordinator, Easter Seals
(New Castle, DE)

Communications Manager, WildAid (San Francisco, CA)

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Nancy Schwartz on March 24, 2014 in Jobs and Hiring | 1 comment
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New Opportunities

new-jobwebAssociate for Online Content & Media & Public Relations Specialist, Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (Cambridge, MA)

Associate Web Producer, Blackbaud (Austin, TX)

Communications Coordinator, DC Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 (Forestville, MD)

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Nancy Schwartz on March 17, 2014 in Jobs and Hiring | 1 comment
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betterworkaheadwebCommunications & Advertising Strategist, PETA (Washington DC)

Communications Director,  The Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association (Cheyenne, WY)

Communications Director, The International Coalition Sites of Conscience (New York, NY)

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Nancy Schwartz on March 10, 2014 in Jobs and Hiring | 1 comment
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Imagine this—What you say and when you say it are completely OUT OF YOUR CONTROL for a full 24 hours.

#surrenderyoursay

That’s what Surrender Your Say participants experienced via this imaginative campaign from Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada (TSFC). TSFC launched this out-of-the-box Twitter takeover to boost gut-level understanding of what having the disorder is like, specifically that it’s more complex than the popular misconception of a disease that causes people to swear uncontrollably (which affects less than 10% of those with Tourette Syndrome (TS)).

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Nancy Schwartz on June 27, 2013 in Advocacy | 2 comments
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Relevant Nonprofit MessagesWhat if you were skilled at the most critical marketing process necessary to engage your target audiences with clarity and purpose?

What if you mastered a proven 11-step message development process so you had a positioning statement, key messages and a sparkling tagline that connected with your supporters and energized your staff, board and volunteers?

And what if you could perform this marketing transformation with expert guidance in just 6 weeks?

Well now you can, starting Tuesday, May 7. But there are just three seats leftLearn more here.

Note: No worries if you’re unable to make the first live webinar on May 7. I’ll guide you into the program and webinar recordings (video and audio) including all Q&As, plus the slide deck, will be available for review at your convenience.

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Nancy Schwartz on May 6, 2013 in Branding and Messages | 0 comments
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We’re long-time members of the local JCC (Jewish Community Center, sort of a Jewish Y). Our daughter was there for daily pre-K care but now we’re there mostly for the pool and gym rather than the Jewishly-oriented cultural and learning programs.

Big Change: New members with diverse cultural perspectives
There’s been a big change at the JCC over recent years, as the membership has grown to include many who are not Jewish. When the JCC needed to funded a major facilities redo a few years ago,  the leadership decided to invite the larger (i.e. beyond Jewish)  community to join—focusing on use of the athletic facilities—and made changes, such as opening on Shabbat, to support their wants.

Challenge: How to connect with new members without losing the base
Brilliant idea and it’s worked well, but I watched eagerly for the JCC to revise their core messages (shaped to a shared Jewish context) too.
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Nancy Schwartz on April 30, 2013 in Relevance Rules | 0 comments
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You're InvitedThis is such a wild approach and opportunity that I had to share it with you pronto, and invite you to join me today at 4:30PM ET (and/or tomorrow at 12PM ET) to see what it’s all about.

The folks at Creating the Future (CTF) believe that the way that nonprofits and consultants supporting orgs operate (in general) is ineffective. More specifically, CTF leaders believe that nonprofit leaders and consultants can grow their changemaking power hugely by need to work together sharing processes and products now held close. CTF’s mission is to increase .orgs’ impact on social change by changing that way of operating across all core functions.

CTF walks the talk, and uses its own evolution and practices as a demonstration project open to all organizations, a.k.a. Full Frontal Engagement. Opening up all of their planning meetings is a key component.

Join them (and me) today at 4:30-6PM ET (fine to cycle in and out) for the “first meeting on branding, identity and messaging strategy with a new client/consultant.” They’re meeting one marketing consultant today, and another tomorrow at 12-1:30 PM ET. If you can’t make these times, stop in via video at your convenience.

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Nancy Schwartz on January 10, 2013 in Strategy | 1 comment
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