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Oct 2018
14:00 UTC
Creating Strategic Communication Strategies that Work
Creating Strategic Communication Strategies that Work

On October 31st at 2 pm GMT, we hosted a webinar on developing the best communications strategy possible for your organization.

Led by an American communications superstar, we provided you with plenty of tips and practical information on how to develop an effective communications strategy for your organization. This webinar took place on Wednesday, October 31 at 2 pm GMT.

Some of the questions covered in this webinar included:

  • What are some of the main challenges faced when developing a communications strategy?
  • What are some common mistakes made by individual and organizations when communicating?
  • What’s the best way to get your message across? How can you craft a message that breaks through?
  • How should you communicate with the press?
  • And plenty more!

Submit Your Questions

If you have any follow-up questions for our expert, make sure to submit them below and we will forward them to him.



Eric Wingerter

Eric Wingerter,

Chief Communications Officer,

Kapor Center,


Eric is the Chief Communications Officer at the Kapor Center, bringing with him more than 15 years experience in nonprofit leadership, strategic communications, and digital strategy.

Most recently, Eric served as the Vice President for Communications and Digital Media for the NAACP, the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization. In 2009, Eric founded the NAACP’s Digital Media Department to create and build the organization’s email, social media and mobile messaging presence. Two years later, he took the reins of the NAACP’s traditional communications activities as well, overseeing the media and press relations for the organization nationwide.

Previously, Eric worked as a DC-based nonprofit consultant, developing communications strategies for a wide range of clients including the United Food and Commercial Workers Union, the Justice Policy Institute, Campaign for Youth Justice and the LGBT Bar Association. He has held leadership positions at non-profit advocacy organizations including Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and Defenders of Wildlife.

Eric currently serves on the board of America’s Voice, the communications arm of the national immigration reform movement. He is the recipient of the Medgar W. Evers Award for Excellence, the NAACP’s highest national staff honor.

A global traveler and outdoor enthusiast, Eric has hiked and camped in the mountains of Peru, Syria, Venezuela, Ethiopia, Turkey, Bolivia, Russia, Kenya, Nicaragua and Switzerland, in addition to many corners of the Cascade Range in his beloved Pacific Northwest. 

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