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Why Your Nonprofit Should Care About Storytelling?

Valerie Mosley works with nonprofits and businesses to tell stories through documentary photography that inspire hope, educate and connect with supporters. She believes that visual Storytelling is one of the most powerful tools organizations can use to increase social media reach and fundraising results.

She has over a decade of experience in photojournalism and a heart for social documentary photography. She earned a master’s degree in photojournalism from the University of Missouri, where she learned to tell a story with photographs. Inspired by the social documentary work of the “concerned photographers,” she focuses on making pictures that made a difference, even on a small scale.

Valerie’s empathy allows her to connect with people quickly, so they are comfortable allowing her to document their lives. Daily newspaper work taught her how to be with people during intense experiences, from the joyous birth of a baby to a community’s shock and grief in the aftermath of an EF5 tornado to the ongoing struggle of making ends meet. She believes everyone’s story deserves to be told and has worked respectfully with people from all walks of life.

She has collaborated with several Colorado nonprofits, including Project Self-Sufficiency, Homeward 2020, and the Colorado Trust.

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