We'll discuss a number of things including:
1. His experience transforming his March 21st Social Media into a successful virtual event
2. How to leverage social media platforms and digital tools to achieve mission
3. General advice for nonprofit leaders and organizations in these challenging times
4. Answers to your questions
Sree Sreenivasan is the inaugural Marshall Loeb Visting Professor of Digital Innovation at Stony Brook School of Journalism. During the Covid19 crisis, he's hosting a daily global conversation with experts: http://bit.ly/sreecovid19call
Sree is a leading social and digital media consultant and trainer, working with nonprofits, startups, companies and executives around the world. He has served as Chief Digital Officer of New York City, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Columbia University (where he was a full-time professor of journalism for 20+ years).
He has also been a paid on-air tech expert for the three largest news stations in NYC. He taught a course on entrepreneurship at Columbia for four years with Ken Lerer, the co-founder of Huffington Post, chairman of Buzzfeed and co-founder of venture firm LererHippeau.
Sree is the creator of three popular social media learning opportunities that have been attended by thousands of attendees in NYC, several U.S. cities and more than a dozen countries: Social Media Weekend, Social Media Day and Social Media One-Night Stand. Join Sree's Sunday Note newsletter with tech, social and life tips: http://bit.ly/sreenote. And join his FB Group, Sree's Advanced Social Media: http://bit.ly/sreefbadvanced
In 2015, Fast Company named him one of the 100 most creative people in business and in 2010, he was named one of the 35 most influential people in social media by the Poynter Institute. In 2014, he was named most influential CDO by CDO Club.
His new NYT guide to social media: http://bit.ly/nyt2017
His social media FB group: http://bit.ly/sreefbadvanced His five TEDx talks: http://bit.ly/sreetedxvideos. Twitter: @sree: http://twitter.com/sree Email: [email protected]
- March 30, 2020 at 5pm – 6pm
- James Barrood