Two nights after SMCLA’s Niche Communities panel, our friends at TechZulu are holding REACH, a quarterly event series that dives deep into what comes next in technology. On Thursday, Oct. 24, a panel of tech enthusiast will come together to discuss the latest in Disruptive Technologies Impacting the Future of Gaming.
Moderated by Scot Rubin, founder of G4TV, the speakers include:
Your name: Stephen Harvey
Your company: Harvester Solutions
Your title: Social Media Wrangler
Most exciting or meaningful work project: I am currently working with the ILWU Credit Union. We engage with Longshoremen via the Credit Union’s Facebook Page on a daily basis.
I learned about SMCLA from: I am a member of SMC Greenville, S.C., back east. When I moved to LA a few months ago, I turned to SMC national to find a local chapter out here in LA.
I joined SMCLA because: I need and love to be around like-minded professionals so I can stay on top of my career. Social media folks also tend to be fun and like to do cool things, so that is very appealing too.
If you want to reach your audience, size doesn’t matter, it’s the depth of engagement – whether IRL or online. That’s what makes niche communities the underrated gems of the social media world.
Your Name: Dallas Linda Delnevo
Your School: Santa Barbara City College
Your School Year: First-year student for Alcohol/Drug Counseling Certificate
Your most meaningful project: My most meaningful production was to become a mom! After more than 10 years in the music industry, I became a mom and moved to Santa Barbara from LA last year. My daughter just turned 2, and although I still have one foot in music production, I am excited to obtain a certificate in Drug/Alcohol Counseling.
It was ladies’ night, Sept. 24, when SMCLA gathered an all-female panel of social media rockstars to give a standing-room-only crowd the inside scoop on the music industry and engaging fans.
The sold-out event, “The Social Fan: How Rockstars Build and Engage Online Communities,” was held at the stunning Regus/Yahoo! Center in Santa Monica during 2013 Los Angeles Social Media Week.