Through our fellowship program, grassroots communicators – or those tasked with external communications for an organization or campaign – develop the foundation, technical expertise and confidence to advance narrative change in every facet of their organizations’ strategic communications, from social media posts and ads to press interviews to blogs and op eds. This fellowship is an investment in long term change by strengthening the skill sets those communicators use every day to navigate the narrative landscape, shift perceptions and build public support.
The fellowship is bringing together communicators from nine grassroots groups, three each from Atlanta, Los Angeles and Washington, DC. These are communities where homelessness issues have exacerbated, solving the housing crisis is at the forefront and grassroots coalitions are advancing robust housing/homelessness campaigns.
Meet our fellows:
1828 L St. NW
Washington, DC 20036