San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
We'll explore topics such as the business incentive for a "socially responsible personal brand," the upside/downside of athletes using social media for sharing their personal beliefs, and how player organizations are evolving their digital policies for athletes.
Mike Donnelly, Senior Communications Manager, Head of Social, NFLPA
Chad Kurz, Director of New Media, Washington Nationals
Chad Williamson, Director of Philanthropy for Dhani Jones & CEO, BowTie Cause
Joe Briggs, Public Policy Counsel, NFLPA
Matt Winkler, Associate Dean, Georgetown University Sports Industry Management Program
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