Sarah Hillware has spent a decade designing, implementing and managing effective public affairs and social impact communications campaigns with public health, gender equality, educational and environmental outcomes. As a communications consultant at the World Bank and for specialized United Nations agencies, Sarah works at the intersection of international development communications and project operations, with the goal of driving global action and national policy reform. If you have an interest in communications and international development, Sarah will share about how she broke into this field, as well as offer some tips for those Java Junkies that are looking to follow a similar path. She also shares her insights into how she started her own non-profit. Press play to learn more about how Sarah has built her career as a professional storyteller. 

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:

  • What is a country progress report and how to write one
  • Why storytelling is such an important skill to cultivate
  • How to capture and share the impact of a donor’s funding in a particular country or community
  • What is ‘authentic networking’ and how to do it effectively
  • How not to get discouraged when things don’t go your way professionally
  • Why getting involved in a bunch of different activities that push you outside your comfort zone is a great way to find your passion
  • If you want to learn more about how to break into nonprofit communications listen to Sarah’s T4C episode #114

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