PRSA international conference is coming up later this month. Check out the session that I will be moderating on nonprofits and social media. Two experts will be speaking on the subject. Don’t miss it!
Monday, Oct. 28, 10–11:15 a.m.
Room: Franklin 7 (Hotel Floor 4)
Katie Paine, SNCR Fellow, CEO, Paine Publishing; Richard D. Waters, Ph.D., assistant professor, School of Management, University of San Francisco; and Denise Bortree, associate professor, communications, Pennsylvania State University, will speak on current trends developing in social media communication and how to measure its impact on nonprofit organizations. They’ll delve into the use of major social media outlets and offer strategies for maximizing the effectiveness of communication and relationships through social media.
Denise Bortree, associate professor, Penn State University
Bortree is a Page Legacy Scholar and Senior Research Fellow for the Arthur W. Page Center. Before entering academia, she worked for more than 10 years in the private sector in positions including public relations manager and marketing manager.
Katie Delahaye Paine, Fellow PRSA, SNCR; Member, IPR Measurement Commission, CEO, Paine Publishing
Paine, Fellow PRSA, SNCR and member of IPR Measurement Commission, is the author of three books: “Measuring the Networked Nonprofit,” “Measure What Matters,” and “Measuring Public Relationships.” She writes the popular KDPaine’s Measurement Blog, and is the publisher of “The Measurement Standard,” the industry’s oldest publication dedicated entirely to measuring results.
Richard D. Waters, Ph.D., assistant professor, University of San Francisco
In addition to his role at the University of San Francisco, Dr. Waters is the associate editor of Case Studies in Strategic Communication, and he has published more than 60 research articles. He also consults for Fortune 500 and Philanthropy 400 organizations.
Find out more about the conference here: http://www.prsa.org/Conferences/InternationalConference/index.html#.Ulce1n_D_3g
A few weeks ago, I attended the International Public Relations Research Conference (IPRRC) in Miami. The conference was small, but it attracted big names in the field. Check out this excellent summary of research presentations written by Tom Watson at Bournemouth University. Next year, the conference will be held March 5-8 (2014) in Miami.
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