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Each photo in the album should feature one team member or stakeholder, including partners, participants and donors. At least one person should be featured per month.
Each post should include:
Name, demographic information, description of their role or an interesting quote from their responses
1080 x 1080 px (square)
A long-form profile, which can include:
Who the volunteer is
Their motivations for joining WISE
Current role with WISE
Acknowledge the writer and graphic designer.
Keep it short and precise, ideally less than 150 words.
#FacesOfWISE #Volunteer #NationalityOfVolunteer or #CountryOfResidence
While photos feature who team members are, stories can focus on what team members do with WISE and what the experience of working with WISE is like.
Each row of three posts (a 'carousel') should feature three team members or stakeholders, including partners, participants, and stakeholders.
The series/carousel might look and feel something like:
For each new series:
Prioritise new team members/partners who have not been featured before, or have not been featured recently (but are still active in WISE).
Choose people who have different backgrounds or roles. This is to ensure diversity in who we profile.
Try to vary the themes between each series.
Each post should have a caption that:
Links the content in the graphic to a call-to-action for the reader e.g. support the Phnom Sanitation Project by donating; help us educate your friends and family about hygiene and sanitation; volunteer to create new training material on various topics, or;
Make the volunteer more relatable e.g. Who is your favourite author? Let us know in the comments!
While posts feature who team members are, stories can focus on what team members do with WISE and what the experience of working with WISE is like.
Getting responses from team members and stakeholders
Step 1. Identify people who can be profiled
For team members, the 'WISE family - Faces of WISE tracking' Airtable (OUTDATED) lists members who have not yet been asked to be featured. From the list, choose a number of people to reach out to. You may wish to get feedback or suggestions from the Core Team and project leaders, who may have a better idea of who has been more active.
For stakeholders, use the Partnerships Space to identify individuals or organisations who might be interesting to profile.
Step 2. Reach out to people identified
Ask whether they would be willing to be profiled by WISE on Facebook and Instagram. For team members, after you have contacted them, update the following: