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An Online Resource Library on Gender-Based Violence.

Utilizing Social Media to Engage the Community

NRCDV Publications
Training Tools
General Material
Published Date
August, 2011

This session focuses on effective use of social media to engage your constituents and get your message of anti-violence out to the community. A roadmap of the presentation includes:

  • Overview of the social media landscape
  • Getting started using the POST Method
  • Listening, communicating, and doing it well
  • Engagement for action including an example from Planned Parenthood Federation of America

Presented by Ms. Nakia D. Hansen, JD, Director of Social Media Strategy, the College Board
Nakia D. Hansen is the Director of Social Media Strategy for the College Board, a nonprofit, mission-driven organization committed to excellence and equity in education. Trained in the law and committed to social justice, Nakia focuses on strengthening online communities around brand personality, products, and ideals while integrating content, interactive tools and authentic voice in successful social media campaigns. A self-described social media junkie, Nakia is active on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Foursquare, Tumblr, and Instagram. She is also a contributing columnist for an online magazine covering women, global culture, news, style and music.

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Webinar Slides 5.92 MB
2011 Sample Tweet Ideas 44.66 KB