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Wednesday, November 19, 2008
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Advance your organization's mission with social media technology

New tools like blogs and social networks, referred to as Web 2.0 technologies, have potential to help nonprofit organizations communicate about their programs and reach a new audience of supporters. Many nonprofits are exploring social media but may be paralyzed by questions, a lack of knowledge or skills, or concerns about control of messaging. Moderator and CSVP Partner Rob Martens will engage the panelists and audience in sharing their experience and concerns about social media.

Panelists (see bios below):

  • David Edelman, President, DiabetesDaily.com, Sticky Interactions, and Edelman Technologies
  • Dan Valerian, President and Founder, Valerian Consulting
  • Karen Malone Wright, President, Odyssey Creative Communications Consulting
Program is free. Fee for dinner. New tools like blogs and social networks, referred to as Web 2.0 technologies, have potential to help nonprofit organizations communicate about their programs and reach a new audience of supporters. Many nonprofits are exploring social media but may be paralyzed by questions, a lack of knowledge or skills, or concerns about control of messaging. Moderator and CSVP Partner Rob Martens will engage the panelists and audience in sharing their experience and concerns about social media. Panelists (see bios below):
  • David Edelman, President, DiabetesDaily.com, Sticky Interactions, and Edelman Technologies
  • Dan Valerian, President and Founder, Valerian Consulting
  • Karen Malone Wright, President, Odyssey Creative Communications Consulting
Program is free. Fee for dinner.

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