Association News: April 1, Great White Fail Whale, presented by Minnesota Do-Gooders Club

Minnesota Do-Gooders Club hosts “Great White Fail Whale: Steering Your Social Media Presence” on Mon., April 1, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Joule, 1200 Washington Ave. S., Minneapolis. Individual tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Seating is limited. Tickets are transferable and available at

Panelists include:
* Chris Oien, web communications associate at the Minnesota Council on Foundations
* Kate O’Reilly, founder and CEO of CleverKate
* Cary Walski, technology education and outreach coordinator with MAP for Nonprofits, and web developer and owner of
* Laura Zabel, executive director of Springboard for the Arts

“Concluding our 2013 series of six panel discussions, these experts will share tips on how to tame nonprofit organizations’ social media presence from Twitter to YouTube, from LinkedIn to Flickr, from Facebook to mobile apps,” says Minnesota Do-Gooders Club co-founder Matthew Foster, owner of My favorite Matthew, a company that specializes in web design and development for nonprofits.

“Along with following Minnesota Do-Gooders Club year-round on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, we will share the entire series of panel discussions free podcasts on our website. Please visit us online and keep the conversation going,” adds co-founder Wendy Ruyle, who also is co-owner of 5 by 5 Design, a strategic marketing, graphic design, and creative communications firm.


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