SMCLA “Social Media for Social Good” panel on April 17
Ever since Social Media changed the digital landscape a decade ago, we have seen an astonishing number of societal developments take place around the globe. Remember the London Riots in 2011? Residents reclaimed their city by using social channels to organize a massive cleanup effort. During Hurricane Sandy, Corey Booker responded to residents in need by tweeting. Now, Mayor Booker continues to use Twitter and Facebook to make a difference in the community he is responsible for.
The Social Media Club of Los Angeles is proud to host some of the leading non-profit organizations in our community that are using Social Media for Social Good. Mark your calendars for April 17, when we welcome the Surfrider Foundation, Invisible People, The Goody Awards, and a surprise guest to be announced that is one of the most politically influential charitable organizations in the United States. Learn from experts who know what it takes to manage and grow digital communities. You will discover how to:
- Engage a community of followers and connect with them on an emotional level.
- Build a significant following in Social from the ground up.
- Create content that amplifies your message.
SMCLA is excited to have the Museum of Flying at Santa Monica Airport as our host for the event. All guests will have the chance to view the “Now Boarding” exhibit before and after our panel discussion, which highlights the improvements renowned architect Curtis Fentress has planned for LAX. For a preview of the exhibit, check out this VIDEO.
This is an evening you will not want to miss! Join us for an interactive discussion, food, cocktails, and eco-friendly “swag” from our partners. RSVP today, and we look forward to seeing you on the 17th!