Wed. March 22nd, 8:30a-12p, Gordon Square Arcade, 6516 Detroit Ave., Cleveland OH 44102
$: 25 / 20 for members
Join Pam Turos, founder of the Good Cause Creative and the Good Cause Blog, and Lee Chilcote, writer and director of Literary Cleveland, for a deep dive into non-profit storytelling. Whether you are a freelancer or volunteer interested in using your skills to benefit a cause or a non-profit professional who wants to launch a content marketing strategy for your organization, we will offer insight, guidance and suggestions for how to find, plan and share stories that inspire people to take action.
After 15 years in social work at Cleveland area health care and non-profit agencies, Pam Turos transitioned into a freelance writing career. Her clients and past employers include Waiting Child Fund, Crown Point Ecology Center, Rebecca Scritcfield, RD, Cleveland Clinic, Hospice of the Western Reserve, and The Alzheimer's Association. She is also the founder and contributing editor of The Good Cause Blog, a newsletter and website dedicated to celebrating and inspiring social good in northeast Ohio.
Lee Chilcote lives in a 1900 Victorian in Cleveland, Ohio with his wife, Katherine, and their three children. He has worked as a community organizer, real estate developer, writer and teacher. He holds degrees from Oxford University and Cleveland State University. His writing has appeared in Vanity Fair, Next City, and numerous literary journals and his chapbook of poems, The Shape of Home, will be published in March by Finishing Line Press. He is cofounder and director of Literary Cleveland.