Zach Huber – Storytelling Intensive- Hands-On Workshop for Story Design

Storytelling Intensive: Hands On Workshop for Story Design

Audience: For communications or development professionals, executive directors and board members who are responsible for donor acquisition and retention through year-round engagement and relationship building. 

Session only available to attendees of both of Rachel Ramjattan’s Compelling Campaigns series. Invitations will be sent to participants.

This is an opportunity to bring your ideas and get expert help and feedback.

Event Logistics

  • Workshop is on Zoom and will open 15 minutes before the event is scheduled to begin.
  • The Zoom link will be emailed prior to the event. It will be sent to the email address you provided in your registration. Please log in with the same email you provided at registration.
  • When possible, workshop slides/materials etc. will be emailed to you prior to the workshop.
  • This session will not be recorded and will not be available for replay.
  • If you have questions about the event please email

Track: Marketing & Media (2.0 hours)

Cost: NO COST for 2020
Invites will be sent for THIS Session

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In partnership with:

Zachary is a Specialist Librarian in the Business and Workforce Department at the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library covering the areas of Grants, Business, and Workforce Development.

He has worked for both large and small non-profit organizations in the areas of marketing and fundraising.  Zachary is from Findlay where he worked for the University of Findlay’s Advancement team as the Donor Relations and Stewardship Manager overseeing the stewardship process for the University’s endowment funds and scholarships. Concurrently, Zachary spent a year working for the Findlay-Hancock County Public Library in a part-time capacity in the Adult Services department and received his MLIS from Kent State in 2016.

Zachary manages the grantsmanship collection at Main Library in addition to the training for Foundation Directory Online, the Library’s database for grants research. He assists both non-profit and for-profit organizations through one-on-on appointments to connect patrons with library and community resources.

Zachary wrote a guest blog for The Center a few months back. It is a great read!

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