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July Nonprofit Seminar on Social Media Strategies

June 23, 2016

Seminars hosted by Sanford Institute of Philanthropy educate and engage philanthropic leaders in order to foster success in local communities

PLEASANT HILL, CA - As part of the Sanford Institute of Philanthropy (SIP) recently launched at John F. Kennedy University, the summer seminar open to the public is planned for Thursday, July 21 from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm on the Pleasant Hill campus at 100 Ellinwood Way. 
The topic focus area for this seminar is Social Media Strategies - A Systematic and Integrated Approach for Nonprofits. Attendees will learn effective methods for engaging current and potential donors. This half-day seminar is applicable to experienced professionals managing social media for their organizations.
The SIP seminar will feature strategists in this field, including: Susan Chritton, Brand Strategist and author of Personal Branding for Dummies; Fransisco Martinez, Principal Consultant at Creative Marketing Spot; and Vaneese Johnson, Business Coach and Brand Strategist at The Boldness Coach. 
To learn more or register, go to, contact Solomon Belette at, or call (925) 969-3143. Breakfast will be served and all learning materials will be provided.
The SIP mission is to educate and engage philanthropic leaders to foster and maximize their success in local communities. Cause leadership and sustainability are critical components of strong nonprofit organizations, and John F. Kennedy University is reaching out to meet the specific needs for East Bay charities, foundations, and fundraising organizations.