Relationships and Constituent Journey Mapping (Webinar)

Understanding the relationships we have, and what journeys constituents walk with our organizations, is critical to nonprofit strategy—including technology strategy. 

In our next webinar, Peter Mirus (Partner) will lead a discussion about how to analyze your organization’s relationships and create constituent journey maps that help inform everything from branding and marketing to information system requirements.

At the heart of this conversation is the idea that business process, data, and technology initiatives at nonprofits need to be relationship-oriented in order to produce the best results.

Before co-founding Build Consulting in 2015, Peter spent 15 years working as a creative director, brand strategist, digital communications expert, and data/technology strategist for organizations ranging in size from small/local orgs to Fortune 1000-sized orgs in both the non-profit and for-profit sectors. His breadth of experience results in a set of relationship and constituent journey mapping techniques and tools that can be scaled to the needs of any organization.

This webinar has been postponed. We will post the new date as soon as possible. If you are already registered, you will receive automatic updates with the new day and time. We hope you will join us on the rescheduled date.

There will be a 15 minute Q&A following the webinar, so bring your questions or ask them at registration. As with all our webinars, this presentation is appropriate for an audience of varied business, data, and technology experience.

Video and MP3 recordings will be made available to registrants after the webinar. Registrants will be notified by email when they are available.

Presenter:

  • Peter Mirus Partner

    Peter co-founded Build Consulting in 2015, following over 15 years of nonprofit consulting experience in the areas of technology, branding, marketing, and development. Peter’s work for Build clients has a broad focus spanning many operational areas, including fundraising, program monitoring and evaluation, accounting, and impact reporting/analysis. More »