J.C. Geiger has eaten the beating heart of a snake, been deported from a full-moon party, and spent a short time locked in a Bolivian prison. He also writes fiction. In his career as a grant writer, J.C. Geiger helped secure millions in public and private funding for Oregon arts and education programs. As a Program Officer for The Oregon Community Foundation, he reviewed what might have been millions of grant proposals. He is now a full-time fiction writer with Disney-Hyperion, and his debut novel, WILDMAN, hits shelves in June 2017.
J.C.’s Tuesday Session:
The Art of Organizational Storytelling: Beginning, Middle, and End
From the attention-grabbing hook to the thrilling conclusion, all stories have a structure – as does each project, organization, funding appeal and grant proposal. In this highly-interactive workshop, participants will borrow from the time-tested crafts of playwriting, filmmaking, and fiction to infuse their funding appeals with the themes, details, and emotion necessary to compel an audience to lean forward and listen closely.
Back by popular demand, and offered in an expanded format, this humorous and engaging workshop will overcome writer’s block, inspire new perspectives, and make it so you can’t wait to pick up your pen and tell your story.
Presented by J.C. Geiger