Events

December 11 Luncheon | Muny 100: A Year in Review

Tuesday, December 11 | 11:30am–1:15pm
Vue 17 | 1034 South Brentwood Boulevard | 17th floor | St. Louis, MO 63117
$35 Members | $49 Nonmembers | $35 Students

Kwofe Coleman, Director of Marketing & Communications and Emily Parker, Assistant Direct of Marketing of The Muny will review the institutional marketing successes of The Muny’s centennial marketing campaigns.

Networking begins at 11:30am. Lunch and presentation begin at noon.

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January 8 Luncheon |  Leadership Strategies that Bridge the Nonprofit and For-Profit Worlds
Tuesday, January 8 | 11:30am–1:15pm

Vue 17 | 1034 South Brentwood Boulevard | 17th floor | St. Louis, MO 63117
$35 Members | $49 Nonmembers | $35 Students

Join CSPRC for a panel of for-profit business executives who have recently transitioned into leadership roles in the nonprofit world discussing the transition, lessons learned, similarities, leadership strategies, and enriching their nonprofit work and furthering their organizations’ mission.

Panelists:
Steve Moergen, Executive Director of Voices for Children
Michelle Tucker, Executive Director of Epworth Children’s Home 
Charles Hoffman, Dean of College of Business Administration, University of Missouri- St. Louis 

Moderator: 
James Shearburn, who came out of retirement to serve as Development Director of DEAFInc.

Networking begins at 11:30am. Lunch and presentation begin at noon.

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February 12 Luncheon | I'm Not Playing on Social Media: How to Prove Your Social ROI to Your Organization

Tuesday, February 12 | 11:30am–1:15pm
Vue 17 | 1034 South Brentwood Boulevard | 17th floor | St. Louis, MO 63117

$35 Members | $49 Nonmembers | $35 Students

Often, nonprofits understand the importance of having a social media presence. However, sometimes it can be difficult to show how that one tweet, Facebook post, or LinkedIn article translates into impact. In this workshop, attendees will learn how to choose key performance indicators that align with organizational goals and how to effectively document and communicate data that shows the social media efforts being produced are helping to drive the organization forward.

Presenter Aleshia S. Patterson, MA is a digital marketer who specializes in helping small to midsize nonprofits gain clarity and increase their impact through communications strategies. She believes that it doesn’t take a million dollars to make an impact; it takes focus, a dedicated person or team, a lot of Starbucks, and a streamlined plan to take marketing to the next level. Aleshia is certified in Inbound, Content, and Email Marketing through Hubspot Academy. In addition to being a digital marketer, she has spoken at the Midwest Digital Marketing Conference, and the Spectrum Marketing Conference. She is also the Strategic Communications Director of a boutique consulting firm, West Oak Communications. 

Networking begins at 11:30am. Lunch and presentation begin at noon.

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