Meet authors we represent:
A CEO offers solutions to nonprofits navigating the new normal of fundraising in the Digital Age
Steven Shattuck is the Chief Engagement Officer at Bloomerang. Steven’s guide to navigating the modern nonprofit technology landscape, Robots Make Bad Fundraisers: How Nonprofits Can Maintain the Heart in the Digital Age is now available!
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A consultant who helps nonprofits harness the power of social media, storytelling
Julia Campbell is on a mission to make the digital world a better place. Through speaking and consulting, she guides nonprofits of all sizes on the best uses of digital tools to build communities, showcase impact, and advance their causes. The author of the book Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits, Julia provides online courses and webinars that help nonprofits learn the most effective ways to harness the power of social media and storytelling. Julia lives north of Boston with her husband and two children. Learn more at www.jcsocialmarketing.com. Sxxxx x x xxxxxx x x x xxxxxxxxx
Aka CharityJen, is a digital fundraising strategist
Jen Newmeyer specializes in integrated campaigns and online engagement. Through her groundbreaking work and creative approaches during her 15+ year tenure, she’s raised over $10 million in online revenue while managing multimillion-dollar development budgets. She has a passion for helping nonprofit organizations reach their full potential and provides support through community board service and local and national conference presentations. Learn more at www.charityjen.com.
A digital marketing expert
John Haydon is one of the most sought-after digital marketing experts for nonprofits and charities. For over 10 years, he helped thousands of nonprofits realize their best marketing and fundraising results through speaking, training, and consulting. He is also the author of several books about Facebook marketing (Wiley) and contributed to the top-seller, Nonprofit Fundraising 101 (Wiley). Finally, John published hundreds of episodes of the wildly-popular “Hump Day Coffee Break” on his Facebook Page (fb.com/johnhaydon.marketing).
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Strong advocator of economic empowerment
Somya was born and raised in the western suburbs of Chicago. She’s an avid reader since childhood and would often get in trouble by her mom for reading books under her covers with a flashlight post bedtime. She’s thrilled to be a part of the Bold & Bright Media family and hopes to contribute many more books in the future.
Specializes in public relations for nonprofits and foundations
Before joining forces with Scott Westcott to launch Turn Two Communications, Peter Panepento ran a successful communications and marketing consulting practice that worked with a diverse array of clients, including The National Center for Family Philanthropy, the Eugene and Agnes Meyer Foundation, the Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum, America’s Charities, GuideStar, and The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
These clients — and many others — have relied on his knowledge of and connections to the philanthropic sector to advance their goals and reach a wider audience.
Before launching the practice, Peter spent more than a decade covering the nonprofit and foundation world at The Chronicle of Philanthropy — first as a contributing writer and later as the editor who managed its online and social media presence, as well as its research and data projects, webinars and new products.
He writes and speaks regularly about communications strategy and public relations for nonprofits and foundations and is a contributor to Nonprofit Marketing Guide. Peter is also co-author of the forthcoming book Modern Media Relations for Nonprofits and serves on the board of the Community Foundation of Howard County.
A nonprofit leader inspiring others to grow in greatness
Antionette Kerr is a nonprofit leader, contributing journalist, author, and lover of poetry who has spent over 15 years working as a leader of nonprofit agencies that focus on economic empowerment.
Her work has helped bring more than 6 million dollars in local, state, federal and private funds and donations.
She began working with the media as a writer for The Lexington Dispatch (a former New York Times publication) at age 16 where she still continues a weekly lifestyle and living column. She studied journalism and African American history at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her work to revive The Black Ink: A publication dedicated to revolutionary media earned her the Ernest H. Abernathy Chancellor’s Award for Editor of The Best Student Publication.
Some highlights in her recent years include founding The Write Folks, LLC being named a Z. Smith Reynolds Sabbatical Award Recipient, a TEDx Penry Street presenter and the inaugural US recipient of the Yale Publishing Course Innovative Leader Scholarship.
Antionette served over a decade as the Executive Director of the Lexington Housing Community Development Corporation where she helped bring in over 6 million dollars in private, state and federal funds into her local community.
Her latest focus is launching a multimedia publishing company committed to bold hearts, bright minds and storytellers whose experiences will inspire and compel others to grow in their own greatness.
Kivi Leroux Miller
A certified executive coach teaching a weekly webinar
Kivi Leroux Miller is author of “The Nonprofit Marketing Guide: High-Impact, Low-Cost Ways to Build Support for Your Good Cause” and “Content Marketing for Nonprofits: A Communications Map for Engaging Your Community, Becoming a Favorite Cause, and Raising More Money.”
She is also a certified executive coach.
Through training, coaching and consulting, Kivi helps small nonprofits and small communications departments at large nonprofits make a big impression with smart, savvy marketing, communications, and fundraising. She teaches a weekly webinar series and writes a top-ranked blog on nonprofit communications at Nonprofit Marketing Guide.com. Thousands of nonprofits in all 50 U.S. states, across Canada, and in more than 30 countries have participated in Kivi’s webinars.
After many years in the San Francisco Bay Area and Washington, DC, she now lives in rural North Carolina with her husband, two young daughters, three cats, a dog, and countless backyard wildlife. She enjoys writing, gardening, volunteering, hiking, vegetarian cooking, and teaching her kids how to bake.
To connect with Kivi directly email her at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org