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Wednesday, September 17 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
The City as Online Community: Connecting with Constituents‏

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Judith Webb

SVP, Marketing & Strategy, U.S. Green Building Council
Throughout her 35-year career, Judith has been a sought-after senior counselor on messaging, marketing and managing brand development strategies for organizations and the executive teams that drive them. She has amassed a broad portfolio of experience through corporate, non-profit and four agency engagements, specializing in helping companies become fluent in the new grammar of higher value benefits – sustainability, human health and social... Read More →

Speakers
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Lindsay Crudele

Community & Social Technology Strategist, City of Boston
Lindsay Crudele is Community and Social Technology Strategist for the City of Boston, where she directs the City’s award-winning social engagement program. Boston’s cross-departmental, platform-spanning social tech team uses creative, daily, digital engagement to better serve constituents, improve quality of life, and support public safety. After joining the City as its first-ever social media director in 2012, Crudele implemented the... Read More →
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Kwanza Hall

Councilmember, Atlanta City Council
The Honorable Kwanza Hall is beginning his third term on the Atlanta City Council. He represents the heart of Atlanta and the city’s most diverse council district, including Midtown, the home of The Social Shake-Up 2014. The son of civil rights activists, one of Hall's signature achievements during his first term was a community-based planning process to ensure long-term sustainability and affordability in Atlanta’s historic Old... Read More →
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Lauri-Ellen Smith

Special Assistant to the Sheriff/Public Information Unit, The Jacksonville (FL) Sheriff's Office
In the new paradigm we have citizen journlalists, an expectation of government to release information to the public in real time, and traditional media outlets trying to find their new normal. Those who are leading the public affairs and public information constructs for government have to be strategic communicators, ready to deploy any number of traditional and innovative tactics that are adapted to government rules, regulations, honoring our... Read More →


Wednesday September 17, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
W Atlanta-Midtown 188 14th St NE, Atlanta, GA 30361

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