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From the beginning of civilization, storytelling has maintained a uniquely impactful position in defining culture, motivating action and bringing people together. Today’s marketers need to be better storytellers than ever before as more and more stories are told all around us.

Join Firespring’s Kiersten Hill as she goes through tips, techniques and tools to help the modern marketer tell better and more impactful stories to activate their audiences around ideas and actions.

Key Takeaways:

  • An analysis of the Hero’s Journey and other storytelling frameworks.
  • Tools to aid in the process of compiling and refining the most compelling stories.
  • Using social media story tools to build community and motivate action.
  • Exercises that your team can use in order to enhance and refine your storytelling process.

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About the presenter

Kiersten Hill

Kiersten Hill

Kiersten Hill is a Nebraska-native born and raised in North Platte. She graduated from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. With almost two decades in nonprofit management and fundraising, she has raised over $20 million for Nebraska nonprofit organizations and worked to better train and equip nonprofit leaders and boards of directors.

Kiersten has served on the board for a number of organizations including: Lincoln Downtown Rotary #14, Girl Scouts Goldenrod Council and the Seward Country Club. She’s a leadership junky and graduate of Leadership Hastings, Leadership Nebraska and Leadership Lincoln. She was a Midland’s Business Journal 40 Under 40 award winner and was recognized as the 2013 Lincoln Nonprofit Executive of the Year. She frequently speaks to nonprofit groups and other organizations about fundraising, board development and organizational change. Kiersten, her husband Chad and their thirteen-year-old son Cooper live in Seward, Nebraska, with two large dogs and one tiny cat. She has a passion for Lincoln, networking, fundraising and nonprofit organizations.

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