Taking Your Nonprofit to the Next Level: Online Tools and Resources to Grow Your Organization
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (PST)
We love what you do in our community and can't thank you enough for the countless hours you dedicate to making our world a *briter* place. Eventbrite would like to treat you to an informational dinner featuring thought leaders who will share their insight on a number of topics to include social media, fundraising, and event planning. Join us for a delicious dinner at CHAYA Downtown as we share best practices and give you the low-down on how to make your fundraising events a huge success.
This event is intended for non-profit board members and those in charge of organizing fundraisers. Please limit 1 per organization.
In order to ensure a high attendance rate, there is a nominal fee for admission which includes dinner. In return, one non-profit will be selected at random to win 100% of the ticket sales from the evening to benefit their organization.
Meet the Presenters
LA Marketing Manager - Eventbrite
With a passion for hosting events and bringing people together, Leila has taken the LA event scene by storm. Since joining Eventbrite in 2011, Leila has organized nearly three dozen events and counting, to continue to build a community of Eventbrite users in LA. She has presented to a number of organizations including members of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and Social Media Breakfast LA (SMBLA) to share her insight on the importance of utilizing social media and hosting events for growing small businesses. When she's not event crawling, Leila enjoys cooking, reading, running and exploring all the hidden gems in LA!
Filiberto Gonzalez is founder of Social | Impact Consulting, LLC, a full-service consulting firm based in Los Angeles. After a twelve-year career in the nonprofit sector, Filiberto launched Social | Impact Consulting in 2011 to harness the power of social media/new media for nonprofits.
Filiberto has worked extensively on social media for social good initiatives since 2006. As a social media strategist, he has created high-touch experiences across several platforms, and has been a featured speaker at several social media conferences, including Social Media for Nonprofits, Social Media Day Los Angeles, Social Media Week San Francisco, and Social Media Tulsa.
In September 2011, The Huffington Post named Filiberto as one of ‘39 Inspiring Men’ for his work with nonprofits and in the social good community.
Katie Burbank is the LA East Community Manager for Yelp.com. She educates the public on how to effectively use Yelp as a local resource, helps business owners navigate the inner workings of "claiming" their business pages, and expands Yelp's presence as a go-to site for the most amazing local businesses in LA. In addition to providing support to the Yelp community online, Katie also pens the Weekly Yelp (an email newsletter that features unique local hot spots), and partners with local businesses to host events for the Yelp community that encourage them to further explore their surroundings and patronize local businesses. She also gives stellar hugs.
This event is hosted and sponsored by Eventbrite LA.
At Eventbrite, we’re passionate about bringing people together around a live experience. Whether it's a photography class or a sold-out concert, an inspiring conference or an air-guitar competition—we're true believers in the magic of events and the power of connecting people. Our service allows everyone to discover events and experience the excitement of bringing them to life.
We do this by making it incredibly easy to create, find or attend an event. We help you manage the hard stuff—such as registrations and selling tickets—and we set you up with the tools to help your event spread virally through social networks. It's event management, search, and promotion all coming together for the first time. We call it social commerce.
New users sign-up here for a $100 credit!