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Wednesday, March 23 • 9:30am - 11:30am
Measuring and Reporting Impact and Public Value Through Storytelling

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A strong impact story is more than just a list of outcomes. It’s a compelling story of the difference your program made to the economy, the environment or the well-being of clients. Members of the National Impact Database committee will share ideas on developing programs and tools for measuring program impact, turning your impact into a strong story and marketing your impact story. This hands-on workshop will allow participants to work on their impact story while seeing examples of strong impact statements from the NID and getting critiques from the national content team. The session will also include how to promote your story to media and decision makers, how to connect your local story to national land-grant efforts and how to turn your impact story into a strong public value statement you can promote using traditional and social media methods.

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Scott Cummings

Associate Head and Program Leader, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension
Texas A&M University
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Frankie Gould

Professor & Department Head, Communications & Public Relations, LSU AgCenter
LSU Ag Center

Sarah Lupis

Colorado State University
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Faith Peppers

Director of Public Affairs, College of Ag, University of Georgia
I am the chief communications officer and lead the college's efforts in strategic communications and messaging, executive coaching, brand and reputation management, issues management, and crisis communication.

Wednesday March 23, 2016 9:30am - 11:30am
Live Oak

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