ESC’s Environmental Practice Group is partnering with the Appalachian Mountain Club to present a forum focusing on how environmental organizations can use social media more effectively. The Executive Forum on Social Media will be held on Tuesday, May 3 at AMC’s Boston office. The forum is free and open to all professionals from the environmental sector.
(Registration is now closed. Thanks to all who helped make the event a success! Read our takeaways here.)
The forum will examine the tactical realities of executing social media strategies. ESC Consultant Gabe d’Annunzio will open the forum, framing the afternoon’s program in the context of marketing goal-setting and planning. Gabe will then introduce the forum’s panelists:
- Josh Lake, Social Media and Online Community Manager, AMC
- Meghan Buco, Marketing and Events Manager, The Esplanade Association
- Stacy Thompson, Deputy Director, LivableStreets Alliance
Each panelist brings a unique perspective on social media and marketing to the discussion, promising a lively and thoughtful discussion.
In addition to these panelist, the forum will include built-in time for participant discussions, networking, and Q&A. In addition to providing a structured learning environment for attendees, ESC will also give participants the chance to learn from their peers, and to share insights that may not emerge during the course of the main program.
ESC consultants, including professionals from the Environmental Practice and from our marketing and communications division, will be available before and after the forum to answer questions. Our consultants help nonprofits to create more effective marketing and messaging strategies. These strategies help organizations to increase their public visibility, to raise awareness about issues and programs, to attract new volunteers, and to engage with donors.