The annual print journal for social sector communicators.
Change Agent, a first-of-its-kind publication, is The Communication Network’s annual print journal for social sector communicators, mailed directly to our members. It curates the ideas, thoughts, and lessons learned of the most influential voices in the field in a beautifully designed, easy-to-digest way.
Each issue addresses the big questions facing communicators in today’s ever-evolving digital landscape: How do we harness innovations in communications to drive the causes we care about? How do we build upon the existing knowledge in our field, share best practices, and exchange ideas? With Change Agent, we seek to spark new ideas in support of the essential truth that smart communications changes lives.
The journal delivers our members the knowledge, tools, and resources they need to excel in their work, serving as an evergreen guide or reference manual.
Authors featured include:
- The Rockefeller Foundation
- World Wildlife Fund
- National Geographic Magazine
- Freedom to Marry
- Harvard Business Review
- The Pew Charitable Trusts
- Comedy Central
- And many more
The journal is a conversation starter that prompts discussions and ideas to help our audience do good, better.
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Contributors: The New York Times, The Atlantic, Dr. Clarence B. Jones, Professor Aaron Belkin, World Wildlife Fund, Nielsen, No Boston Olympics, The Annie E. Casey Foundation, The History Factory
Contributors: Natural Resources Defense Council, The Atlantic Philanthropies, Surfrider Foundation, The Rockefeller Foundation, The Guardian, Constructive, Spitfire Strategies, California Health Care Foundation, Kaiser Family Foundation, Public Interest Registry, Nonprofit Marketing Guide
Contributors: The Rockefeller Foundation, Mission Magnified Consulting, World Wildlife Fund, Brookings Institution, The Goodman Center, FrameWorks Institute, Hattaway Communications, University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications, News Deeply and the National Storytelling Network
The Racism Issue
Contributors: National Geographic Magazine, BMe Community, W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Center for Health Progress, Free Radicals Project, Constructive, Kapor Center, NPR’s Latino USA, The Bridge at The Aspen Institute, Ford Foundation, Raikes Foundation, The Colorado Health Foundation, Communities Foundation of Texas, The San Francisco Foundation, The Healing Trust, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation