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The world of social media is constantly changing and improving. However, determining the best platforms for your organization, social media strategy, and best practices can become complex.
Please join us on August 18th (3rd Tuesday) for a panel discussion on social media for nonprofits led by Matthew Dooley, Partner and CEO of Dooley Social Studio. Matthew will lead a panel discussion with local social media experts to discuss strategy, how to effectively reach your target audience, who is the “voice” of your organization, and more.
The Covington Business Council is proud to partner with VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm to offer these complimentary lunch and learns to our CBC members and VonLehman clients on issues impacting nonprofit organizations.
Matthew Dooley is the Partner and CEO of Dooley Social Studio, a boutique marketing agency with a heart of crafting stories that connect. Each year, he teaches social media to undergrads and MBAs at Xavier University, a course he created from scratch back in 2011. Matthew recently served as Technical Editor for Social Media Marketing for Dummies and his opinions are regularly featured in major media outlets, including AdAge and Smartbrief. He also founded Social Media Show & Tell, socialDIY.co and regularly speaks on the topic at both local and national events. Matthew spends his spare time hanging out with his family…off of social media. Connect with him on LinkedIn at @MatthewRDooley.
Stephany Mendia is a Northern Kentucky native and the communications and content coordinator at Cincy Experience. She believes that within the ever changing world of social media, everyone has the ability to learn to tell their story authentically. Under her direction the @CincyExperience brand has gained over 25k followers across various social media channels. She is focused on creating an online community of people who are excited to visit and be a part of the Cincinnati region.
Jim Farinacci is VP of Marketing at Primax Studio. He is an Emmy Award winning producer and began his career dodging Indycars and foul balls for ESPN, ABC Sports, and Major League Baseball. With an eye for good content, he now focuses on finding new and innovative ways to reach audiences and inspire them to act.
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