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Seacoast Social Media has partnered with New Hampshire Public Radio for all of 2013 to bring you our educational and inspirational Social Media Breakfasts once each month at their lovely Studio D in Concord, NH. Seating is limited for these monthly events, so sign up early!
July 2013's Social Media Breakfast will focus on Growing Organically and will feature Stonyfield Farm's social media "A-Team" who, with a dedicated in-house team, limited budgets, and a lot of creative passion, have cultivated a robust social media community. They'll stop by to talk about how the leading organic yogurt brand has created and grown their social media presence and fan engagement organically.
Amy VanHaren - Senior Social Media Manager
Amy is passionate aboutusing the ever-changing social media space to share brand stories. In her role as Stonyfield’s Senior Social Media Managershe provides strategic leadership for all of the company’s social endeavors, focusing on building social communities, inspiring fans, and launching engaging campaigns. Prior to her three years at Stonyfield Amy worked as Marketing and PR Director for an endurance sports company in Portland, Maine, Managing Editor of a Northeast surf magazine, and Director of the University of New Hampshire Writing Center. Amy holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Nonfiction from the University of New Hampshire and has worked as a freelance writer for thirteen years, writing about health, environmental issues, and living a sustainable lifestyle. She lives in South Berwick, Maine with her family.
Amy Peterson - Assistant Social Media Manager
Amy works with a small internal team to help manage Stonyfield’s social media strategy across Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. She is currently responsible for managing all aspects of Stonyfield’s Facebook page including content and graphic creation. With over seven years of experience in Stonyfield’s marketing and creative services departments, Amy is able to produce highly engaging content and give fans an inside look at what’s under the lid. Prior to working at Stonyfield, Amy worked in the creative services department at an architectural firm in Boston.
Please join us and learn what you can do to organically grow your social media following!
Breakfast from the Works Bakery & Cafe in Concord will be provided.
New Hampshire Public Radio (NHPR), our venue sponsor for the year, is hosting us at their facility in Concord, NH in Studio D every third Thursday. This setting will allow us to host intimate gatherings of 55 and create a more unique and in depth experience. We look forward to seeing all of you: attendees that have been coming to learn since day one and new faces.
New Hampshire Public Radio's mission is very clear: To help create a more informed public, one challenged and enriched by a deeper understanding and appreciation of state, national and worldwide events, ideas and culture.
To that end, we offer the highest quality news and information and cultural programming that we can achieve within the limits of our resources. We do this through our broadcasts and through our web operations.
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Seacoast Social Media
Our mission: Seacoast Social Media provides training, learning, and networking, throughout the professional seacoast area. Our goal is to expand social media literacy and provide valuable social media education.