Speaking

December 5, 2012, October 5, 2012 and September 21, 2012

WhippleHill Webinar

Q&A from show on WhippleHill’s Blog

 

ERB: Annual Conference 2012
San Diego, CA

SSTAB: The Annual Meeting 2012
Chicago, IL

Social is Sexy: Courting Admissions’ Target Market in Today’s Ever-changing Online Social Scene
Co-Presentation with Travis Warren, WhippleHill

July 8, 2012

Association of Independent Schools Admission Professionals Summer Institute 2012
La Jolla Country Day School, La Jolla, CA

My Social Media System For Schools

A new presentation on how I manage the social media channels at my school including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, and Google+.

Facebook and Twitter For Your School

A new presentation on how to set-up, manage, and measure Facebook and Twitter for your school.

May 2, 2012

Association of Independent Schools Admission Professionals Roundtable Events
The Benjamin School, West Palm Beach, FL and Independent Day School, Tampa, FL

An updated version of my presentation discussing how to implement inbound marketing at your school.

September 22, 2011

SSTAB: The Annual Meeting 2011
Phoenix, AZ

Inbound Marketing for Schools using Blogs, Facebook, and Twitter
Co-Presentation with Sara Imbriglia Leone, The Ellis School

We will discuss ways to use these social media tools to help you “get found” by prospective families as well as ways to keep the families you have already enrolled.

July 10-13, 2011

Association of Independent School Admission Professionals Summer Institute 2011
University School of Nashville, Nashville, TN

Faculty

Many Hats: Life In A Small Shop

Inbound Marketing For Independent Schools

May 19, 2011

Association of Independent School Admission Professionals Regional Roundtable Event
Chandler School, Pasadena, CA

Understanding and Implementing a Mission appropriate Communications Plan to achieve your enrollment goals

  • Highlighting strategies that advance your strategic enrollment management plan.
  • Identify social media tools and system strategies that can immediately be implemented in your office and your school community.

Creating, developing and implementing a mission appropriate Communications Plan

  • Roll up your sleeves as we provide you with concrete take aways and tasks that you can immediately implement ~no matter the size or resources of your office.

With Travis Warren, Founder and President, WhippleHill Communications

May 17, 2011

Association of Independent School Admission Professionals Regional Roundtable Event
La Jolla Country Day, La Jolla, CA

Understanding and Implementing a Mission appropriate Communications Plan to achieve your enrollment goals

  • Highlighting strategies that advance your strategic enrollment management plan.
  • Identify social media tools and system strategies that can immediately be implemented in your office and your school community.

With Travis Warren, Founder and President, WhippleHill Communications

May 3, 2011 and May 10, 2011

Online Marketing For Day Schools Webinar conducted for the Association of Independent School Admission Professionals with finalsite.

Looking to increase retention and enrollment at your day school? Online marketing efforts such as social media, school websites, blogs, SEO, and more are reaching and connecting with today’s prospective and current families more effectively than traditional marketing efforts alone. Join Brendan Schneider, Director of Admission and Financial Aid at Sewickley Academy, Pittsburgh, PA;  and Lorrie Jackson, Communications Manager, finalsite, for a one hour webinar as they share tips from the trenches that you can apply to your admission efforts today.

 

March 1, 2011

Social Media for Admission Professionals Webinar conducted for the Association of Independent Michigan Schools (AIMS) on March 1, 2011.

February 9, 2011

Facebook Chat Participant during a Magic Hour Communications Magic Expert Hour focusing on Admission, Social Media, and the Web. Read Archived Chat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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