Speaking and Training

Liz presenting

I have delivered more than 40 presentations, workshops and courses at conferences and meetings around the world. I am available for presentations and instructional sessions for small or large groups, both on site and via the web. See a video of me (along with others) highlighting some of the benefits of CASE Europe membership.

– Past Conference Presentations –

CASE Europe Social Media and Community Conference
April 30 – May 1, 2015: Brighton, UK

ECIS Leadership Conference
April 10-12, 2015: Brussels, Belgium

ECIS Leadership Conference
April 25-26, 2014: Seville, Spain

CASE Social Media and Community Conference
March 19-21, 2014: Marina Del Rey, California, USA

CASE International Schools Advancement Summit 
November 7 – 8, 2013: Zurich, Switzerland

CASE Europe Annual Conference
Co-Chair: Schools Track
August 26-30, 2013: Manchester, UK

CASE Social Media and Community 
April 17-19, 2013: Boston, MA

ECIS Leadership Conference
April 4-7, 2013: Berlin, Germany

Schools Programme at the CASE Europe Annual Conference
August 28-29, 2012: Birmingham, UK

Online Chat: The Guardian Higher Education Network
June 27, 2012
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CASE Europe: Online Engagement: Beyond Social Media
June 21, 2012

Academic Impressions: Reaching Young Alumni: Key Building Blocks for Lifelong Relationships
July 18-20 2011: Baltimore, MD

CASE Social Media and Community
Faculty, April 13-15 2011 – San Francisco, CA
“Pre-Conference: Social Media 101”
“Student Generated Content”

Academic Impressions: Social Media for Advancement and Admissions: Moving from Tactics to Strategy
Faculty, March 21-23, 2011, San Antonio, TX

“Writing, Seeding, and Monitoring Content”
“Measuring Social ROI”
“Social Media for alumni Events and Reunions”
“Post Conference: Working with Student Content”

Academic Impressions: Reaching Young Alumni
Faculty, November 2010 – Altlanta, GA (conference website)

“Strategizing Social Media for Young Alumni: Beyond Facebook”
“Social Media – Strategy, Resources and Results” (Post-Conference Workshop)
“Understanding What Your Alumni Want”

CASE Summit for Advancement Leaders
Presenter, July 2010 – New York, NY (conference website)

“Generational Divide of American Giving”

WhippleHill Webinar
Presenter, June 2010

“Community Management and Managing Online Reputations”

Castle Press Seminar
Presenter, June 2010 – Pasadena, CA (Castle Press website)

“Social Media 101”
“Social Media Strategy”

CASE Social Media and Community
Chair, April 2010 – Chicago, IL

EdSocialMedia Bootcamp
Co-presenter, January 2010 – Los Angeles, CA

“Engaging Alumni With Social Media – Busting the Myths”

California Advancement Researchers Association (CARA)
Panelist, October 2009 – Irvine, CA

“Friending for Funds: Fundraising and Social Media”

University of Missouri Social Media Summit
Speaker, October 2009 – Columbia, MO

“Keeping Up with Social Media”

CASE Summit for Advancement Leaders
Pre-Conference Workshop, July 2009 – San Francisco, CA

“Don’t Panic, Participate” (Co-presented with Michael Stoner of mStoner)

CASE Online Strategies
Conference Faculty, October 2008 – Seattle, WA

“After the Event: Extending Lifelong Learning Opportunities Using Online Tools”
“How Do Third-Party Services Fit in Your Online Game Plan? LinkedIn, Facebook and More…”
“Implementing and Utilizing Online Toolkits for Volunteer Management”
Posts written for the Online Strategies Blog

Pitzer Alumni Board
Invited Speaker, October 2008 – Claremont, CA

“Technology Trends in Alumni Relations”

CASE Best Practices in Alumni Relations
Workshop Faculty, September 2008 – Claremont, CA

“Online Tools and Alumni Relations”

Independent Writers of Southern California (IWOSC)
Panelist, June 2008 – Culver City, California

“Writing for Nonprofits: A Wealth of Work”

California Advancement Researchers Association (CARA – Northern California chapter)
Seminar Day Faculty, April 2008 – Oakland, California

“Online Networks As Research Tools” (PDF)

CASE Communications, Marketing and Technology
Conference Faculty, April 2008 – San Diego, CA

“Connecting with Alumni Using Online Communities”
“Planning and Implementing a Successful Redesign”

CASE District V
Conference Faculty, December 2007 – Chicago, Il

“Using New Technologies to Enhance Alumni Communications”
“Embracing New Technology”

CASE District VII and VIII
Conference Faculty, December 2007 – Las Vegas, NV

“Rolling the Dice: Embracing New Technology in Alumni Relations”

California Advancement Researchers Association (CARA- Southern California chapter)
Seminar Day Faculty, May 2007 – Pasadena, CA

“Making Online Networks Work for You”

CASE District VII
Conference Faculty, December 2006 – Los Angeles, CA

“Social Networking and Higher Education”