Podcasting is a powerful way to raise awareness about critical issues near and dear to nonprofits of all kinds. The mission today is to explain why -- and how -- more nonprofits can launch their own podcast.
Today, we're honored to be joined by fellow podcaster, Jesse Ulrich, who co-hosts Pod4Good and is the CEO of the podcast production company Rant9 Productions. And we asked our friend, Daniel Billingsley, of the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, to join us to explain the importance of storytelling for nonprofits, especially now during the time of COVID-19 and protests related to the tragic deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery.
In addition, we're joined by Mickey Desai from Atlanta, Georgia. Mickey is a veteran podcast producer. He produces three podcasts currently:
Nonprofit SnapCast (a podcast for all nonprofit professionals and board members)
The Thing About Cars (a podcast about cars and the people who love them)
Inclusion Catalyst (a production about social justice and racial equity)
Mickey also runs Podcast Wizardry, a firm dedicated to helping others tell their stories through their own podcasting efforts.
Jun 12 2020
On today's episode, we are featuring audio from a special Facebook Live event about the Mental Health Association Oklahoma support group "Coping with Trauma from Racial Injustice." It features the group's facilitator Carmen White...Listen now
Jun 19 2020
"We're all struggling. We're not alone. We at the Mental Health Association have always been here for you. We're going to be here for you again now and in the future. This support group is just one way we're offering to be...Listen now