We are excited to host Guy Kawasaki for the second event of our Leadership Salon Series in a conversation about how nonprofit leaders can leverage social media marketing to build their personal and professional brand. He’ll share practical tips and tactics from his book “Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users.” He is an accomplished author of many best-selling titles, a social media force and evangelist for Canva. Join him to hear how nonprofit leaders and organizations can leverage social to rise above the noise and mobilize support for their causes.
The Leadership Salon Series brings together nonprofit & philanthropic leaders to explore the intersection of social media, social change and philanthropy. The format is a one-hour program with remarks by Guy Kawasaki, followed by questions from the audience. You can learn about the previous Salon from this Storify recap or these quick video interviews of nonprofit leaders and speakers.
Our inaugural Leadership Salon went behind-the-scenes on some of the most viral campaigns of our time: #IceBucketChallenge and #SFBatkid. We heard straight from the Development and Chapter Officer at the ALS Association about his experience of Ice Bucket Challenge, from the Founder and Chief Evangelist at Clever Girls Collective, which helped SF Batkid become a viral success, and the Vice President of Corporate Citizenship & Philanthropy at Blackbaud to talk about Millennials and philanthropy. The event brought together nonprofit & philanthropic leaders to explore the intersection of social media, social change and philanthropy from these fundraising events. You can learn from the event from this Storify recap or these quick video interviews of nonprofit leaders and speakers.