Will you be at Creating Change in Atlanta this year? We invite organizations, individuals, bloggers, advocates, and media to spend the day learning about the latest social media and digital tools you can incorporate in your work.
Participants must register for the Creating Change conference, held in Atlanta from January 23-27, 2013.
9:00am - New Media Training
Ryan Davis, Blue State Digital
12:30pm - Lunch on your own
1:30pm - Best of 2012: New Media Campaigns and Strategies That Rocked
Sarah Kennedy, Civitas Public Affairs Group LLC; Allison Palmer, GLAAD
2:30pm - Make It Work: Turning Your Organization into a Social Media Success Story
Sean Carlson, Family Equality Council; Michael Crawford, Freedom to Marry
3:40pm - Organizations Making an Impact with New Media (Panel)
Jesse Begenyi, Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition and I AM: Trans People Speak; Joe Mirabella, All Out; Phoenix Schneider, MSW, The Trevor Project; Jenn Sturm, Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice; Vincent Paolo Villano, National Center for Transgender Equality
4:40pm - Re/Blogging for Social Change: Blogging, Tumblr and Activism (Panel)
Ryan Davis, Blue State Digital; Zack Ford, ThinkProgress LGBT; Reina Gossett, thespiritwas.tumblr.com and Sylvia Rivera Law Project; Jeremy Hooper, Good As You; Ngoc Loan Tran, tranqualizer.tumblr.com
9:00am ‐ 6:00pm
More Information about the NMTI Presenters
Ryan Davis, Executive Director of Social Innovation, Blue State Digital
Ryan Davis works with Blue State Digital’s clients to create innovative social media strategies and creative content that generate interactions across all channels. As BSD's first Social Media Director, Ryan worked to develop fully integrated social media strategies for many diverse clients including The X Factor, The NAACP, The United Way and The Rockefeller Foundation. Ryan regularly speaks on topics from social media engagement to the presidency and digital media at universities including Harvard, Yale, & Columbia and conferences in London, New York, Vienna, Las Vegas, & Toronto. Ryan was a member of the web team on Howard Dean's 2004 presidential campaign and has served as digital director on city and statewide campaigns in New York. He's also consulted on the digital marketing for Tony-nominated Broadway productions. This last election cycle, he was the co-founder and digital director of The Four 2012, a social media campaign for marriage equality. He tweets often at @RyanNewYork.