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Social Good in SMWLA: Events from Jamie Kantrowitz

Social Good in SMWLA: Events from Jamie Kantrowitz


Few people know how to grow an organization in the digital space with a record like Jamie Kantrowitz. Jamie has worked in over 20 countries with media companies, brands and artists to help them successfully embrace and grow their audiences through new and changing technologies, most recently as an advisor to Obama for America. Jamie has been previously placed on Ad Age’s “Top 50 Marketers” and Billboard Magazine’s “30 Under 30″ and has appeared at conferences globally such as MIDEM, Monaco Media Forum, Digital Hollywood, and Le Web.

Focusing on social good, we thought her recommendations might be good for us all. Check out these events- and make sure you register today. With less than a week to SMWLA, events are filling up fast!

Monday
Why Los Angeles Is the Next Silicon Valley
City of Angels: How Social Media Can Get LA Closer to Utopia
The Evolution of Good and Good
Keynote: Adam Garone, CEO and Co-founder of Movember
A Fireside Chat with Ryan Lombardini, The Trevor Project
Keynote: Mark Horvath, Founder of Invisible People
Fireside Chat with Troy Carter, CEO of Atom Factory
The Social Nonprofit: Engage, Fundraise, Mobilize With Social Media
Eco-Activism Goes Social- Saving our Earth One Click at a Time!

Tuesday
The Smartest Girls in the Room
Women in Technology: Building Start-ups From the Ground Up

Wednesday
Feed Me: How Technology and Social Media Are Changing the Way We Eat
LA Social Enterprise and Entertainment Panel
The Art and Science of New Social Engagement
Invisible Children Presents: The Rescue of Joseph Kony’s Child Soldiers
Zach Galifianakis Presents: Craiglist Joe

Friday
We the People of Social Media: Social Media for Political Campaigns
Keynote: Jeff Cole, USC Annenberg School Center For The Digital Future
The Integration of Youth, Nonprofits and Social Media
One Million Downloads: Activating the Power of Open Source Culture (LIVESTREAMED)


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