Executive Moms Society presents "Balancing Social Media at Work & Home"
Wednesday, March 6, 2013 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (CST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
At the "Balancing Social Media at Work and at Home" lunch, we will discuss how to handle your child's use of social media and technology, which begins as early as age 7, to learn rules you should set, pitfalls for the unwary, the current social media trends among kids. We will also learn how to maximize and link our own use of Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter, You Tube, and blogs, as well as other quick Social Media tips of the trade to promote your career and business.
It's a rapidly changing world, and we busy moms can't be left behind to let our children nor our careers flounder. Kim Garcia, University of Phoenix - Communications Chair, will educate us on variety of ways to use Social Media for business, and Shannon Rusnak, a forensic accountant and mother of 13 year old female twins, will enlighten us from hands on experience how to monitor your children's use of Social Media.
Bring your friends, spread the word, and forward this invitation! The attendee who brings the most women with her will be spotlighted as our member feature for 30 days on our website, www.executivemomssociety.org.
Parking will be covered by Univeristy of Phoenix for this event. Lunch and beverages will be provided.
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Thank you Reginelli's and University of Phoenix for sponsoring this event.
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Executive Moms Society is incorporated as a nonprofit corporation and its application for tax exempt status pending. Membership dues are tax deductible. Also, visit Executive Moms Society on linked in to get a flavor for the topics we address. We also partner with MAMAs in Austin, Moms-in-Law in Houston, and other women’s organizations and charities.
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Dear Hard Working Executive Mother:
Do you bring in business, bring home the bacon, and bring up happy children? Then bring it to the Executive Moms Society. We have created a professional moms group to promote diagonal networking among women from diverse disciplines who aspire to progress professionally and still be good moms.
Rather than being governed by play dates or a specific profession, this networking group will focus on making business connections and long lasting friendships, and providing enjoyable events tailored toward mothers. We alternate between lunch events with speakers on topics from child development to business development, as well as hosting breakfast and evening social events. Part of the mission of EMS is to give back to the community by helping various local charities.
Another goal of EMS is to allow us to celebrate our roles as mothers and professionals, and to also hold events where our children are invited and welcome. We need to support and mentor ourselves, and we need to start by interacting with each other. Tell your friends to “bring it,” and we’ll be one step closer to achieving all that we aspire to be!
As always, many thanks to our head sponsors: Martin Disiere Jefferson & Wisdom and Office Effects Inc. for everything they do!