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GAgives | Storytelling Best Practices

To generate excitement and support for your GAgives on GivingTuesday campaign, you and your team members – especially peer-to-peer fundraising participants – must tell a story that communicates your impact.

Join our panel of experts on August 25th, where we’ll share storytelling best practices and real-life examples to guide your GAgives story-crafting efforts.


Jennifer Grove Camacho, a 2019 Atlanta Business Chronicle 40 under 40 honoree and LEAD Atlanta graduate, has spent a decade working in small-, medium-, and large-market television stations, producing well over 1,500 stories as a reporter, multi-platform producer, and community affairs manager. After 7 years focused largely on sharing nonprofit narratives, Jennifer launched PLOT My Story, a media creation and consulting company

Jennifer Dunaway is a seasoned public relations professional and event planner, having spent more than 15 years working with a wide range of businesses and nonprofits, including Families First, Open Hand Atlanta, Burnaway, TechBridge, and others. Jennifer also serves on boards at Junior League of Atlanta, the Atlanta Girls’ School, and the Atlanta Community Food Bank (ACFB), and has chaired fundraisers for both ACFB and Georgia CASA. 

Deanna Anderson is the managing director and founder of 705 Marketing, specializing in brand development, social media, and PR for financial services, consumer, technology, and nonprofit clients. Deanna’s approach combines her experience managing global campaigns for Fortune 500 companies with her love of working with startups and nonprofits. She currently serves on the boards of Everybody Wins Atlanta and the ETS Foundation, and volunteers with several other Metro Area nonprofits.


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August 25, 2021


10:00 am - 11:00 am EDT


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