Episode 16 of the Successful Nonprofits Podcast delves into developing a professional brand as a nonprofit professional.
Many of us (including this podcaster) started our nonprofit careers without thinking about a professional brand. But how we brand ourselves professionally shapes our career and our lives for years to come. In fact. every stage of a nonprofit professional’s career offers opportunities to brand yourself based on your competencies, core values, and vision.
To help us better understand how to brand ourselves, we spoke with Kristin Battista Frazee, who is truly a renaissance woman. Holding an MSW from Columbia University, she has been a geriatric social worker, legislative assistant at a Capitol Hill lobbying firm, published magazine and book author, marketing consultant, and personal branch coach for social and human service professionals.
We also discussed her book The Pornographer's Daughter: A Memoir of Childhood, My Dad, and Deep Throat, with a special emphasis on what the book can teach us about building a personal brand that overcomes adversity.
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