Gain More Passionate Supporters
Emily Taylor, the principal of teenyBIG, is passionate about helping nonprofits find better ways to engage the people who matter to them. She guides teams in stepping outside of their day-to-day work in order to create stronger connections with their audiences, turning lackluster followers into enthusiastic supporters.
Emily teaches organizations how to apply human-centered design, a process that re-evaluates the experience of a product or service’s end user. She designs and facilitates workshops to help teams understand and expand the user experience and offers coaching packages to further guide that process.
Emily’s approach in this area is based on her background working in nonprofit management and industrial design. In the private and nonprofit sectors, she has helped design user-focused campaigns on everything from bicycle safety and arts advocacy to community chambers. She has a bachelor’s degree in industrial design from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Emily serves on the board of the Association of Consultants to Nonprofits, where she helps lead the organization’s outreach to Chicago-area organizations. She is also an active community organizer in the Chicago neighborhood where she lives with her family.
Are you wondering how to turn your lackluster followers into passionate supporters?
When you have passionate supporters you have more volunteers, more advocates, and more support ready for you when you need it. teenyBIG big can help you build a path to guide people to be more engaged with your mission and develop new, proven engagement methods. You can work with Emily in the following ways;
Easily learn and integrate proven engagement processes into your organization through 1-on-1 coaching.
Listening to Your Audience (a.k.a. qualitative and human-centered research)
Let Emily help you gather insights from your audience that help you meet your goals.
Emily can design and facilitate workshops that help your team align and think more visionary.
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- Web: http://teenybig.com