You have your Twitter account, your Facebook page, your personal Instagram, your Finstagram (for friends' eyes only), and - if you work in social media - your employer's feeds as well. So how do you keep professional and personal feeds distinct from one another? How can you promote your career on a personal channel? What are the new platforms you need to know about?
So many questions, so few characters... So don't miss this workshop, led by Jenna Golden of Twitter in D.C., on the right way to own your identity online.
This event is $10 for members, $15 for non-members.
Drinks and hors d'oeuvres will be served.
About our speaker:
Jenna Golden, head of political advertising sales at Twitter, is responsible for building paid partnerships with political campaigns, national trade associations, issue advocacy groups, and government entities. On a daily basis, she works to educate the Washington sector on Twitter’s promoted products, and to help them maximize potential on the platform. Jenna regularly speaks at conferences and events about the intersection between Twitter and politics, and how the platform can be used for grassroots and advocacy. She is also an adjunct professor at Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies teaching digital communications strategy.
Prior to Twitter, Jenna spent three years as the associate publisher of The New Republic magazine, where she was responsible for all advertising revenues across print, online, and the live events space. Before The New Republic she managed partnerships at National Journal magazine with top national trade associations and coalitions. Jenna holds a B.A. in political science from the University of Michigan, and an M.A. in communication, culture, and technology from Georgetown University. You can follow her on Twitter @jigolden.