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Workshop: Social Media Mindsets and Tool Sets for Nonprofit Leaders
Matthew Bishop, Beth Kanter, Kim Meredith, Sharon Feder, Udi Ofer and others

Do you lead or work for a nonprofit and want to learn how to better harness the power of social media for your organization? Join us for an afternoon full of tips and techniques with the experts.

Delve into a range of themes—creating a distinct social media voice, learning new social media tools, integrating a social media strategy, embracing innovative methods—through presentations and time for discussion, collaboration and networking. Begin to change your organization from the inside out, whether you’re a fundraiser, entrepreneur, leader, digital innovator or just interested, and increase the benefits of using social media for social good. Leave with real tools to achieve impact for yourself and your organization. 

 

Evening event: Giving Goes Social
Rob Reich and Lucy Bernholz

Stanford PACS brings Rob Reich and Lucy Bernholz to a New York audience to share their far-sighted thinking on the future of good, or ReCoding Good the 21st Century.

At Stanford, Rob and Lucy are engaged in research exploring 21st Century, technology-driven innovations in philanthropy and civil society. Their talk will widen perspectives on everything from philanthropy’s uneasy relationship to democracy to how big data and the sharing economy are transforming giving.

Click on the Video & Audio tab above for more from Rob Reich and Lucy Bernholz.

 

Brief Bios:

  • Matthew Bishop, Editor, Economist
  • Sharon Feder, COO, Mashable 
  • Kim Meredith, Executive Director, Stanford PACS
  • Aaron Sherinian, EVP, UN Foundation
  • Henry Timms, Deputy Executive Director, 92Y
  • Udi Ofer, Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey (ACLU-NJ)

This event is presented in partnership with the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society.

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