You & your agency are prepared to take on any crisis, but is your social media able to handle? Get the tools to best prepare your social for any emergency with Nancy Groves, Chief of Digital Strategy at the United Nations, at the virtual Social for Safety Conference, happening Sept. 22-23.
Virtually meet Nancy during her keynote session Wednesday morning where she’ll get you the best info on how to establish and maintain sustainable social media accounts now to be ready for any crisis in the future.
Nancy is joining a lineup of esteemed industry professionals (you can meet them all here!) who are here to get all government communicators the best tools & resources to protect your agency, keep public trust, strengthen outreach and make your difficult positions during a difficult year much easier. Register today for a fully interactive experience and get regular registration prices, extended through 11:59 p.m. PT Thursday, Sept. 17.
Get to know Nancy!
Now based in Nairobi, Kenya, Nancy is the Chief of Digital Strategy for the UN's Environment Programme where she is working to ensure that communications colleagues are working at the cutting edge of associated industry practices, techniques, technologies, and approaches. She manages the social media, web and news/media teams.
Nancy was the first "Head of Social Media" for the United Nations in the Department of Global Communications, a post that pulled together all areas of her expertise: strategic communications, digital diplomacy and information management.
At the UN, she managed a 20+-person diverse and multilingual team which implements and carries out the UN System’s social media activities which includes: content production for accounts with 30+ million fans and followers, analytics, reporting, training, strategy and policy drafting and governance.
Best communicate with the public you serve by becoming a part of the free Government Social Media network — only available to full/part-time employees of government or educational institutions. Get access to socialgov-specific resources, like the COVID-19 SocialGov Hub group, and other organized content. Virtually collaborate with each other, share advice, get input, tips & more by joining the Government Social Media network today.
We support the largest network of government social media professionals in the U.S. by guiding government agencies through complex social media issues. Government Social Media helps you successfully communicate with the public you serve, protect your agency and keep public trust while finding your support community.
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