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Thursday, March 5 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Social Media as an Equalizer- Using Technology to Provide a Platform for the Marginalized Voices - #15NTCequalizer

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Traditionally marginalized groups, such as women, the LGBTQ community, the poor, minorities and many others, have found it difficult to tell their story and raise their issues to the forefront. Social media has begun to change that dynamic, but is not the solution unto itself. The right strategy and approach is the key to success.

Join us for a candid discussion about what works and what doesn’t when using social media to tell the unheard story. We’ll hear case studies from a variety of organizations working in the area and dissect them as a group to create a a list of strategies for success in bringing marginalized voices front and center.

Speakers
avatar for Andrea Berry

Andrea Berry

Senior Business Development Manager, Firefly Partners
Senior Business Development Manager, Andrea Berry, has more than a decade of fundraising experience particularly with schools and education agencies. Prior to joining Firefly, Andrea was the Director of Partnerships and Learning at Idealware where she trained thousands of nonprofits... Read More →
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Aaron Bramley

Director of Digital Media, Ridgewood: Ingenious Communication Strategies
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Erick H.

Communications Coordinator, Strategic Concepts in Organizing and Policy Education
Hi! This is my first time attending an AMC conference and I'm excited to attend. Looking forward to connecting with individuals who want to share their unique experiences and work in y'alls communities. I live in East Los Angeles, Boyle Heights and work in South Central Los Angeles... Read More →
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Rene Swink

TA Coordinator, ECAC
I love to do strategic planning with non-profits so it is a good thing that it is also what I get paid to do! Come talk to me if you want to learn more or share stories.


Thursday March 5, 2015 3:30pm - 5:00pm
MR 9B

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