This Week Cheryl Jackson talks with Natalie Wilson, founder of NWR Communications Group and and co-founder of the Black and Missing Foundation, Inc. Through NWR, Natalie works with a number of non-profit organizations to assist them with communications, marketing, media relations, digital media, and crisis management. So, for non-profit awareness month we present three major non profit organizations who are making a huge difference in our community. These ladies what it means to be a non profit business. They also shared some things they’ve done to overcome obstacles. They even gave a few tips on what you need to do to get your non-profit off of the ground.
About or guest:
Natalie Wilson is the founder of the boutique public relations agency, the NWR Communications Group as well as the co-founder of the Black and Missing Foundation, Inc. (BAMFI), a nonprofit organization whose mission is to bring awareness to missing persons of color. As an award winning practitioner in the fields of non-profit development, communications, marketing, media relations, digital media, and crisis management, Natalie leverages her expertise and resources to help clients become successful. Find out more at https://www.instagram.com/nwrcommsgroup/
Ni’cola Mitchell, Founder, Philanthropist and Executive Director of The Girls Who Brunch Tour. The purpose of Girls Who Brunch Tour, is to cultivate, inspire, and empower at risk girls between the ages of 9-17 years old. Find out more at https://www.facebook.com/girlswhobrunchtour/
Jessica Brown Founder of College Gurl President of The College Gurl Foundation Author, How to Pay for College When You’re Broke Biography Jessica Brown is a nationally recognized financial aid expert. As Founder of College Gurl, President of The College Gurl Foundation, and Author of How to Pay for College When You’re Broke, Jessica educates students and families on how to make the best-informed decisions around financing a college education. Find out more at http://www.collegegurl.com/college-gurl-foundation.html