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Tuesday, February 27 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
The Power Of Storytelling In Driving Social Change FULL

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How can digital platforms be used to tell stories, change behaviour, and drive impact? 
There is no denying that storytelling serves as a powerful tool for not only inspiring action and creating social change but also in influencing thought leaders, funders, and decision makers. Whatever the cause we promote, we need to tell new narratives that will bring people closer to our messages by connecting with their deepest motivations and promoting more radical action among individuals and communities. Stories engage people at every level - not just in their minds but in their emotions, values and imaginations, which are the drivers of real change.


So you have a “big idea” that’s game-changing. That’s great! Now what?
Whether you’re selling a product, launching an app, or trying to improve lives and drive social change, you need to know how to get people to buy into your big idea. We will discuss how to use digital platforms and storytelling to build a community around your idea, advocate for social change, and drive individuals’ behaviour to maximize your impact and reach your goals. This session will also include discussions on how you can use individual experiences to create a “village” of collaborators and partners to help you champion your cause, be more innovative, have a larger impact, connect communities and bring your ideas closer to each individual.



Speakers
avatar for Toyin Adesola

Toyin Adesola

Executive Director, SICKLE CELL ADVOCACY AND MGT INITIATIVE
Toyin Adesola is a certified health coach, author, non-profit manager, entrepreneur, speaker and sickle cell warrior. A chronic wellness coaching and health advocate and the is the founder of The Better You Better Me Wellness Network which helps people with chronic illnesses or any... Read More →
avatar for Joel Benson

Joel Benson

Founder & Creative Director, JB MULTIMEDIA STUDIOS
Joel Benson is the founder and Creative Director at JB Multimedia Studios Lagos based independent production company committed to the very best local content, presented, as it has never been seen before. Primarily focused on documentaries and short films, we also work with clients... Read More →
avatar for Arit Okpo

Arit Okpo

MENOWORD MEDIA
Arit Okpo is a Media Entrepreneur with a focus on Presenting, Event Hosting, ContentProduction and Writing. She has produced and presented content for the EbonyLife TV platformand is the current season host for Untold Facts, a talk series focusing on perspectives andexperiences surrounding... Read More →
avatar for Remi Owadokun

Remi Owadokun

Founder, TOTAL MAKEOVER PROGRAM
Remi Owadokun is a Certified Health Coach, Life Coach & Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic ProgrammingHer unique passion for personal development and transformation positioned her to becoming the Founder of the Total Makeover Program Academy, (an initiative of Total Makeover... Read More →
avatar for Niniola Soleye

Niniola Soleye

Managing Director, DRASA (DR. AMEYO STELLA ADADEVOH) HEALTH TRUST
Niniola is the Managing Director of DRASA (Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh) Health Trust, a public health organization working to keep Nigeria safe from public health threats through the advancement of infection control practices, hygiene and sanitation behaviors, and outbreak preparedness... Read More →
avatar for Wana Udobang

Wana Udobang

Journalist, FREELANCE
Wana Udobang is a Nigeria-based journalist and filmmaker who works at the intersection of women’s rights, social justice, personal narratives, culture and the arts. She has worked with BBC Radio 4, BBC World Service and Nigeria's Inspiration FM 92.3. Her work has appeared on Al... Read More →


Tuesday February 27, 2018 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Experience Stage

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