Thanks for considering me to add to the experience of your event. I’ve led keynote sessions, workshops, and discussion panels as well as emceed gatherings both large and small over the past twenty years. A few of the more popular subjects I’ve spoken on include:
- Are We Who We Say We Are? (Avoiding Brand Schizophrenia)
- Mastering Web Strategies for Non-Web Warriors (senior leadership)
- The Keys to Communicating Change
- The Information Overload Epidemic
- Building a Communications Team
- Action Speaks Louder Than Words (User experience in website design)
Venues include The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, LeadershipNetwork, Collyde, Echo, the National Outreach Convention, NorthPark University’s Nonprofit Symposium, The Idea Camp, Whiteboard Sessions, Cultivate, and MinistryCOM as well as a wide variety of individual churches and nonprofit organizations.
If this sounds like it could be a fit, we’d love to learn more. Please email Speaking @AspireOne.com
As lead strategist and co-founder of the brand strategy firm, AspireOne, Dawn Nicole Baldwin speaks on strategic branding at conferences nationwide, guest lectured on marketing strategy at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and is considered one of the leading experts on branding and marketing for nonprofits and ministries for over 20 years.
She frequently contributes to today’s leading edge thinking of integrating Christianity and culture as one of the flagship members of Outreach Magazine’s judging panel of America’s Most Innovative Churches, co-founder of the communications conference “Cultivate,” and founding board member for the Center for Church Communications and The Influence Lab. In recent years, she’s been a contributor to Unique:Telling Your Story in the Age of Brands and Social Media, and Starting from Scratch, both by Phil Cooke, as well as Just Lead by Sherry Surratt and Jenni Catron, Church Communication Heroes Volume One, edited by Kevin D. Hendricks and Outspoken: Conversations on Church Communications, by Tim Schraeder.
Fun facts: She led Visual Communications on staff at Willow Creek Community Church, helped build the brand of VeggieTales as part of the advertising team of Big Idea Productions, and is a fan of anything classified as “from a bakery,” which is why she runs so much. You can find quick thoughts on Twitter and Facebook