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What You Can Learn from Non-Profits
November 17, 2016 @ 6:00 am - 9:00 pm
Thursday, November 17, 2016 at Angelika Film Center – Dallas
Non-Profits face a variety of challenges not seen in the corporate world – and they must manage their social presence for a variety of audiences. Join us November 17 as we hear from social media leaders at North Texas Food Bank, Red Cross Dallas and others discuss Best Practices, audience engagement, crisis management and more.
- 6:00PM Check-In, networking and refreshments
- 6:45PM Presentation from Dallas non-profits’ social media leaders
- 8:30PM Post-event networking at The People’s Last Stand
About our Speakers
Digital Comms Specialist with @RedCrossDFW – storyteller for ground-breaking innovators, underdogs, and humanitarians, Taelor enjoys sharing the experiences of folks from different walks of life. Her passion lies in helping others and does that by leveraging her skills in relationship building, communications, and public affairs.
Diana Carranza manages the social media strategy and platforms for North Texas Food Bank. She enjoys finding digital solutions to make internal and external communication more effective and efficient. She also serves on the Steering Committee as a counselor for Camp Esperanza, a week-long camp for children with cancer, and she provides social media and communication support to other nonprofits, including the Children’s Cancer Fund of Dallas.
Allison Dupuis, @Buzzshift
Allison currently works with Dallas digital agency, Buzzshift, where she crafts digital strategies for non-profit as well as for-profit entities. Her prior experience includes work on behalf of ALS Texas, Big Thought, Commit!, Dallas Women’s Foundation, Embrey Family Foundation, New Friends New Life, Executives in Action, as well as work for UT Dallas and SMU. Her present focus centers on day-to-day execution through content planning and building, event coverage, and fundraising campaigns.
Nadia Hill, Volunteer Now, @Vol_Now
As Public Relations and Marketing Manager for Volunteer Now (formerly Volunteer Center of North Texas), Nadia works on behalf of her organization as well as facilitating the needs of the many organizations served by Volunteer Now. VolunteerNow transforms communities through volunteerism.