Bringing over four years of non-profit work and volunteer experience to bear, Megan understands the unique complexities of non-profit communications, from adhering to donor visibility guidelines, attracting new donors, and communicating on the efficacy of international development programs whilst promoting brand guidelines, Megan has done it all. With experiences working for non-profits in Cambodia, Peru, Ireland, Nepal, and Kenya, you can trust that your communications strategy is in good hands.
From development of a long-term communications strategy, brand guidelines, content for web, blogs, and events, press releases, media relations, and even event coordination. Reach out today to talk about how Megan can help bring your non-profit’s communication strategy to life.
Phare Ponleu Selpak
Megan served as Communications Manager for this premier visual and performing arts school in Cambodia, working within an EU funded program to promote the arts and arts education across the country. Below is a sample of web and blog content produced for the organization.
First, a blog from a series on student and staff stories, highlighting the unique and often incredible journeys of our beneficiaries.
Below, a blog post run as part of the EU funded program to promote the rebirth of the arts in Cambodia following the genocide and subsequent war from the 70s through early 2000s. This post highlighted a series of performances held on campus using a traditional Cambodian shadow puppetry.
Below, a sample of web content from the organization’s main About page.
To see more examples of my social media management for non-profits, please visit the social media portfolio page.