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Wednesday, March 4 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Visual Media for a Social World: What You Need to Know About the Future of Social Media - #15NTCvisualmedia

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Social media is changing and if you’re like most nonprofit professionals, it’s hard to keep up! This training is for anyone in need of the latest trends for visual media platforms like Instagram, Pinterest, and Vine. Learn how to use these tools on a shoestring budget whether you work in social change, nonprofits, foundations, or for-profit. We will examine how leaders in the field are successful at using these visual media platforms to advance a mission, a vision, or a cause. This session will be formatted as a lecture with a portion devoted to audience interaction, participation, and questions.

Takeaways:
1) Three new things you can do immediately to enhance your organization’s visual media platforms;
2) Practical help in setting up these channels for your organization in a strategic way;
3) How to create content using visual media tools that supports your organizational goals.

 


Speakers
avatar for Jenna Cerruti

Jenna Cerruti

Account Manager, Prichard
Jenna Cerruti is an account manager at Prichard, supporting nonprofit and foundation clients, and contributing to marketing efforts including managing Prichard’s robust social media presence. With three years of media relations experience championing purpose-driven, for-profit brands, Jenna brings a drive to tell stories in timely, creative ways. Before her communications agency career, Jenna graduated from the University of Oregon with a... Read More →
avatar for Emma Chadband

Emma Chadband

Online Outreach Associate, PAI
Emma manages PAI’s online presence, including the website, blog, and social media platforms. While at PAI, Emma has led several successful online campaigns, including "Moms Matter," an awareness campaign that brought attention to maternal health worldwide and reached more than 1 million people, and "Nightmare on Capitol Hill," a Halloween-themed campaign that showcased the four most terrifying policies facing women today. Emma also writes... Read More →
avatar for Jessica Williams

Jessica Williams

Account Director, Prichard Communications
Jessica leads strategic development for Mac’s List—Prichard’s online community for jobseekers in Oregon. She oversees much of our national client work including Playworks and The Green House Project, and a long-standing partnership with Reclaiming Futures. Jessica also supports our Pacific Northwest-based work, including leading communications assessments for The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust and the Institute for Democratic Education in... Read More →


Wednesday March 4, 2015 10:30am - 12:00pm
Ballroom B

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