Social media tools are changing every day. Learn the components of a successful social media strategy with guest speaker Aileron's Jean Webster.
Attendees will gain new perspectives, fresh ideas, and strategies for using social media to increase sales and nurture online relationships, while also learning how to measure social media ROI. Attendees will also learn the advantages, limitations, and best practices of the most popular social media tools.
Materials wil be distributed electronically, so feel free to bring your tablet/laptop and questions along!
Box Lunch Request (optional)
All attendees have the option of purchasing a box lunch for a $9 fee. The lunch includes a whole sandwich (turkey, ham, or chicken), chips, a pickle, a cookie, and one beverage. Orders for this session will be from The Honey Baked Ham Company.
**vegetarian options available upon request
You are more than welcome to bring your own lunch to the session as well!
- Checks can be made out to the Dayton Development Coalition
- Credit Cards will be taken up until Friday, Jan. 4th
- Cash & Checks ONLY the day of the event
Please Note: If you request a lunch and do not show, you will incur a cost simply for the box lunch requested. If your schedule changes, an email MUST be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by close of business on Nov. 9th.
As Aileron's Communications Manager, Jean develops and maintains client relationships through branding, marketing, community relations, internal communications and content distribution. Jean also oversees customer service and client satisfaction to ensure a positive experience for everyone visiting the campus.
As the “voice” of Aileron, Jean keeps Aileron’s business owner community connected through Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, email newsletters and special events on and off campus. Also, you can literally hear Jean’s voice on the Aileron voicemail.
During her undergraduate studies, Jean had the opportunity to work alongside her father: an entrepreneur and business owner. His creativity and entrepreneurial spirit really sparked her passion for private enterprise. Jean was able to apply what she was learning in the classroom directly to his business, making her educational experience even more meaningful. Jean received her Bachelor of Science in business from Wright State University.
Prior to joining Aileron in November 2006, Jean was the director of member services at a private country club located in Mason, Ohio. During that period, she honed her skills in all aspects of marketing, membership services, client relations and event management. But after three years of craft nights and Santa Brunches, Jean was ready to move on to an organization with a more meaningful mission.
Jean was honored with the Dayton Business Journal "Forty under Forty" award in 2011 and received her Master of Arts in Management and Leading Change from Antioch University Midwest in August 2012. Jean resides in warm and cheerful Centerville, Ohio in a newly rehabbed European-style townhome that she shares with her partner in life and emergency contact, Tony.
In efforts to reduce our paper consumption, PDF copies of the speaker presentation will be emailed to you the day before the event. Please make sure to check your email upon registration and feel free to bring your tablets!
If there are any questions, please feel free to contact Kimberly Brown at 937-229-9075.