How can you rally small, but passionate tribes of people around a non-profit cause?
Join Social Media Breakfast Toledo and host Ellyn Davidson on July 10 for Weaving a Web(2.0) for Success: How social media is changing the non-profit world.
Davidson, a 15-year partner of Brogan & Partners and who recently joined Ignite Social Media, will be speaking about how various types of social media can be effective in the non-profit sector. She’ll bring several case studies on how non-profits have used social media to achieve goals.
After a breast cancer diagnosis a few years ago, Davidson used her blog and created a Facebook page to keep family and friends updated on her health, treatments and state-of-mind. She found a passion, enthusiasm and a great understanding of the power of social media and discovered that if used wisely social media could:
- Deepen engagement with constituents, volunteers, philanthropists, and staff
- Rally small, passionate groups around a non-profit cause
- Facilitate collaboration and teamwork
- Develop listening efforts to identify vocal critics and enthusiastic supporters
Davidson received a BBA in Marketing and Operations Management from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an International Business Specialization from the London School of Economics.
Register now and join us and Ellyn Davidson for the July 10 (7:30 a.m.) Social Media Breakfast Toledo.
Do you have questions or comments on our series? Visit Social Media Breakfast Toledo’s Ning site and we’ll meet you for breakfast.