YANA’s Fall Roundtable was once again hosted at social enterprise cafe COFFEED on Long Island City and was an evening not to be missed by nonprofit practitioners! Roundtable members enjoyed delicious hors d’oeuvres & wine (courtesy of Roundtable member Frank Raffaele ’95) while discussing Social Media Best Practices for Nonprofits.
- What Is Social Media and Why Should Nonprofits Care?
- The Social Media Landscape: Platforms and the Digital Media Audience
- Defining Digital Goals and Creating a Story
Jordan’s presentation was followed by a Roundtable panel, which included panelists Emad Salem of Battery Dance, Cara Chard of City Growers, and Brad Fleming of Brooklyn Grange Farm. Each panelist shared case studies & lessons learned in nonprofit social media strategy, as well as answering questions from the panel moderator, YANA Chair of Marketing & Outreach Sarah Tomita, and fellow Roundtable members.
A copy of the presentation (including slide notes) can be downloaded here. Social Media Best Practices wp_v.Posting.slides