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Online Training: Digital Writing Workshop

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What you will learn

** This is an interactive, online class that is a livestream of the Digital Writing Workshop offered in-person at the Leadership Institute. All times are EST / Eastern time / UTC-4. **

The Digital Writing Workshop will teach you to become a valuable writer.

This workshop is intended for those who write copy online, whether social media updates, blog posts, email newsletters, fundraising emails, or emails to prospects. Improving your writing skills is the best investment you can make in dramatically increasing the effectiveness of your organization's digital presence.

You'll learn:

  • writing structures and templates you can put to use right away -- and the underlying principles that make them persuasive;
  • how to use research, an often overlooked skill, to identify and develop compelling stories about your work; and
  • what you can do to improve your writing right away with a hands-on exercise that will help you pinpoint improvements specific to you.


Starts Wednesday, February 7

Wed. 7 6:30 - 9:30 PM


This training is online.




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Abigail Alger

Abigail Alger

Digital Director

Abigail (Abby) Alger is the Director of Digital Training for the Leadership Institute.

Previously she was the Digital Director for Freedom Partners and for the House Republican Conference for Chairwoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers. She managed the redesign of and as well as the launch of ConnectGOP, the first House Republican intranet. At the Conference, she led GOP Labs, a training program of more than 300 events that taught digital communications best practices to House GOP staff.

Before that, Abby was Director of Digital Communications for the Leadership Institute; New Media Strategist for Terra Eclipse, a technology firm; and Junior Associate for the David All Group, a digital communications firm. She graduated from Duke University with degrees in Public Policy and Classical Languages.