Tanya Snook has spent 14 years between the high tech sector and government, working in eCommunications and in R&D.
She has a passion for technology, social media, gadgets, green tech and more, and shares this passion for technology and geek culture on her blog spydergrrl.com.
In fact, Tanya has a set category on her blog dedicated to all things Star Wars, and another dedicated to all things LEGO. That’s 100% pure geeky awesomeness.
Tanya also has a lot of social media engagement know-how.
In her session, Non-Profit Social Media: Case Studies and Collaborative Workshop, Tanya will share key elements of two different and highly successful social media campaigns. In this interactive workshop attendees will learn:
- how the Ottawa Movember campaign took root and has spread over the past few years, and
- how a suburban community uses social media to bring 20,000 people together for Canada Day
This is an interactive session, and attendees are invited to bring their own campaign planning questions and challenges, and to collaborate with one another on solutions.
Tanya recently wrote a post on her blog about her upcoming Social Capital Conference session. I’ve borrowed this awesome diagram she created to provide a visual overview of the topics she’ll cover and the areas for discussion (thanks Tanya!).
If you want to learn about social media best practices for non-profits, then you should really make sure you attend Tanya’s session at this year’s Social Capital Conference.
You can connect with Tanya on her blog or on Twitter (@spydergrrl).
Social Capital Conference is taking place Saturday, July 26, 2014.