Nonprofit Technology: Social Media Panel
Thursday, May 16, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM (CDT)
Social Media for Nonprofits Panel
May 16th, 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Capital One 360 Cafe
21 E. Chestnut St.
Chicago, IL 60611
How do we create an effective digital strategy? What does social media success look like? How can our nonprofit maximize exposure with social media? If these questions frequent your organization, you should join HandsOn Tech for our Social Media Panel. We have four excellent panelists available to discuss these topics and answer your questions. You will walk away feeling energized, excited, and ready to jumpstart your organization's new strategy.**
When you register for this event, please complete the survey provided on the registration confirmation.
About the panelists:
Kate Hamilton is a content strategist, account manager and training program leader at Lightspan Digital—a digital marketing agency specialized in social media, email and content marketing. She is a "storyteller" that helps clients create compelling content and marketing strategies done with purpose. Kate is also locally known as the founder and publisher of LoganSquarist, a hyper-local news website serving the Chicago neighborhood of Logan Square. Connect with Kate on Twitter @katemhamilton .
Heidi Massey is the Outreach Manager for Sparked at Realized Worth and Chief Community Builder at CommunityConnective. She works to help organizations build their communities and extend their reach. She is extremely passionate about helping both nonprofits and individuals with strategic networking and social media.
Marcy Twete is the founder and CEO of Career Girl Network. At Career Girl Network, Marcy works to empower women in their careers and advance the work of women in business. She is the Vice Chair of the Chicago Board of Directors for Step Up Women’s Network in Chicago and a member of the Advisory Board for Girls on the Run Twin Cities.
Marissa Wasseluk is the new media associate at Community Media Workshop. Marissa believes that creative and quality content is the key to effective mass media communication. After graduating from DePaul University with a Bachelor’s in Communications and Media Studies, she began creating multimedia content for nonprofits as a workshop facilitator for Video Machete, teaching youth to use video as a medium to share their unique stories.
**Coffee will be provided at the event.
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HandsOn Tech Chicago
HandsOn Tech Chicago is a program designed to transform how nonprofits use and embrace technology in the Chicago area. Our mission is to increase the effectiveness of the nonprofit sector’s use of technology and ultimately improve outcomes for low-income communities and families.