Presented by Kristina Leroux, Anysa Holder, and Kivi Leroux Miller

Thursday, March 9, 2023

1:00 – 2:00 pm ET (10:00 – 11:00 am PT)

Tired of trying to keep up with social media best practices? We’ll get you up to speed in one hour.

Registration for this webinar is $99.

Recording available if you can’t attend live, but you must register before we close registration.

This webinar is FREE with an All-Access Pass. Pass Holders, RSVP for these events in the Learning Center

The speed at which the rules of the game change with social media is a huge frustration for nonprofit communicators.

You have so much to do, and just when you think you understand what’s happening, boom! The social media companies change how everything works.

  • Ask nonprofit communicators what takes more time than it should for questionable return and the answer you’ll hear most often? Social Media.
  • What part of their to-do list seems like a bottomless pit that gets deeper every day? Social Media.
  • The work they would give to someone else on their team if they could? Social Media.
  • Where the rules of your job, including what works and what doesn’t, are constantly changing? Social Media.

While we don’t have any control over those changes, we do have control over how we respond to them.

During this webinar, you’ll learn about:

  • The latest changes to all of the major social media platforms as well as some changes that may be on the horizon. We’ll do the homework and the video watching and the reading so you don’t have to. The time we’ll save you here is worth the webinar registration alone!

  • Ways to adjust to the changes – known and unknown – using our future-proofed social media strategy framework.

  • How other nonprofits are using social media. We’ll share lots of real-world examples so you can see these trends in action.

  • When to Just Say No and to dial back your presence on a social media channel.

Love it or hate it, you have to figure out how to manage social media now and in the future. This webinar will help you get in the right frame of mind to do that successfully.

BONUS! All registrants get a special invitation to join our exclusive community space where you can talk more about the audit process and other topics with the whole Nonprofit Marketing Guide community. 

Meet Kristina Leroux

Kristina Leroux is the COO at Nonprofit Marketing Guide where she helps nonprofit communicators find what they need to do their job better. She runs the All-Access Pass program, manages and contributes to the webinar and workshop series, and runs the blog to which she frequently writes including the popular #NPCOMMLIFE and Mixed Links features.

Prior to coming on as a partner at Nonprofit Marketing Guide, she was a successful virtual assistant and worked with clients in the nonprofit sector like Network for Good and CharityHowTo moderating webinars, creating content, and more.

She is a very active lazy person who enjoys working out and playing tennis and pickleball as well as binge-watching television shows and movies while eating really bad snacks. Kristina lives in Auburn, Alabama with her husband, three kids, two bonus kids, and three rescue dogs.

Meet Anysa Holder

Anysa currently serves as the Vice President of Advancement for one of the largest disability service non-profits. A proud New Jersey native, she has spent nearly 18 years as a Marketing and Communications professional, with 12 of those years supporting social impact organizations across the tri-state area.

In her current role, Anysa is the executive lead over marketing, advocacy, internal communications, customer support, and fundraising.

Prior to her existing role, Anysa, who graduated from New York University, spent her early working years developing a resume of diverse communications experience in the non-profit, healthcare, and finance industries domestically and abroad. In acknowledgement of their work, she and her teams have received various industry awards including NJ Ad Club’s Jersey’s Best Award, Graphic Design USA’s Inhouse Agency award, The Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts Communicator Award, as well as her individual recognition as one of New Jersey’s Top 40 under 40 in Marketing in 2018.

Passionately committed to social good, Anysa also serves on the board of several non-profit organizations. She has supported organizations like the Red Cross of Greater New York, the New Jersey Chapter of the American Marketing Association, the REACH Institute for Mental Health Education, and
Artistic Noise, an organization committed to bringing the power of artistic practice to formerly system –
involved youth.

As the proud bilingual daughter of a Panamanian immigrant and Southern Virginia native, Anysa credits her many humbling travel experiences with broadening her perspective and strengthening her social good ambitions. In her free time she enjoys serving as a mentor for organizations like Streetwise and Marketing EDGE, teaching English as a Second Language courses, or exploring local hiking trails.

Meet Kivi Leroux Miller

Kivi Leroux Miller is the founder and CEO of Nonprofit Marketing Guide, where she helps nonprofit communications professionals learn their jobs, love their work, and lead their teams through a variety of training and coaching programs. She has personally mentored hundreds of nonprofit communications directors and communications teams as a certified executive coach.

She is a popular and trusted keynote, workshop, and webinar presenter. Kivi is also the award-winning author of three books on nonprofit marketing and communications that are often used in college and certificate programs.

  • CALM not BUSY: How to Manage Your Nonprofit’s Communications for Great Results (2018, published by Bold & Bright Media) 
  • Content Marketing for Nonprofits: A Communications Map for Engaging Your Community, Becoming a Favorite Cause, and Raising More Money (2013, Winner of the Terry McAdam Book Award, published by Wiley & Sons)
  • The Nonprofit Marketing Guide: High-Impact, Low-Cost Ways to Build Support for Your Good Cause, Second Edition (First published in 2010 and re-released in 2021 by Wiley & Sons).

Because she can’t get enough of nonprofits and entrepreneurship for good, Kivi serves as the president of the Lexington Farmers Market Association (Lexington, NC) and co-founded a baking business with her teenage daughter called Rabble & Rise Baking Co.

After attending college in the San Francisco Bay Area and a few years working in Washington, DC, Kivi moved to rural North Carolina where she has lived for the last twenty years with her husband, two teenage daughters, and seven rescue cats, including a tripawd. She enjoys year-round gardening, baking, vegetarian cooking, hiking, and kayaking.