Cornell Alumni Leadership Conference - Technology as an Engagement Tool Panel

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Presented on 1/28/12 by Liz Ngonzi, during the Cornell Alumni Leadership Conference at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel. …

Presented on 1/28/12 by Liz Ngonzi, during the Cornell Alumni Leadership Conference at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel.

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  • “To achieve these goals, we:Find ways to expand the role of women within Cornell’s decision-making groups Through the Office of the Councils, advise the president on issues important to Cornell womenHelp attract outstanding women students, faculty, and staff to Cornell, and enhance their leadership opportunitiesEngage leading alumnae by strengthening their ties to each other and to CornellOffer guidance and role models for Cornell women Provide financial support for PCCW and other initiatives that help Cornell women”

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  • 1. Cornell Alumni Leadership Conference Technology as an Engagement Tool:President‟s Council of Cornell Women (PCCW) Facebook Group Presented by Liz Ngonzi, MMH „98 Communications Committee, Co-Vice Chair Follow me on @LizNgonzi
  • 2. “PCCW is a group of highly accomplished alumnae working to enhance the involvement of women students, faculty, staff, and alumnae as leaders within Cornell University and its many communities.”Website: www.alumni.cornell.edu/pccw Follow me on @LizNgonzi
  • 3. Communications Requirements1. Increase participation of current and new members in PCCW activities.2. Create sense of community among members beyond attendance at Annual Meeting.3. Develop communication strategy that keeps members connected while protecting their privacy and respecting their time constraints.4. Balance dynamic communications needs of younger members with those of older ones.5. Celebrate and publicize members‟ successes and PCCW‟s impact. Follow me on @LizNgonzi
  • 4. Communications Solutions: Existing Short-term Medium-termExternalInternal Follow me on @LizNgonzi
  • 5. Facebook Group Introduction
  • 6. Facebook Group
  • 7. Facebook Group
  • 8. Liz Ngonzi Enn1@Cornell.edu @LizNgonzi lizngonzi.squarespace.com +1 732.208.3304 SlideShare.net/ElizabethNgonzi