Leatherstocking AEA April 1st Program

Your Peers in Action: Real World Examples of Using Facebook and More 

Sponsored in part by the Center for Social Responsibility and Community at SUNY Oneonta

This panel discussion features peers from the Leatherstocking AEA, who will be speaking about real world examples of how their organizations are integrating new online and social networking technologies. This discussion is a follow up to last year's program on Web 2.0.  Join us at SUNY Oneonta's computer lab on April 1st for a close look at these local success stories.   

Michael Wesolowski, Director of Communications, Malignant Hyperthermia Association of the United States
MHAUS has integrated Facebook into all their communications efforts and is striving to build a strong online community that is contributing information, volunteers, and donations.
Dawn A.M. Stever, Director of Annual Giving, Hartwick College
Hartwick College has recently begun using Facebook in conjunction with our online alumni community.  Our goal is to provide our alumni with new ways to connect with each other and with the institution in order to increase participation in giving and engagement with the College.
Kathryn Dailey, Director of Development, Soccer Hall of Fame
The National Soccer Hall of Fame and Museum has integrated a CRM (Constituent Relationship Management) system into their communications and fundraising efforts.  The discussion will focus on the application and impact of this CRM system.
Date: Wednesday, April 1st, 2009
Time: 8:15am to 9:45am
Cost: Free
Location:  SUNY Oneonta
Human Ecology Room 136
Oneonta, NY 13820

Name Sales End Price
Executive Director Ended Free

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