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NSHMBA NY - Social Media's Night Out

  1. 1. …fostering Hispanic leadership through graduate management education and professional development in order to improve society. N S SOCIAL MEDIA’s NIGHT OUT: A Guide to Personal Branding H SCHEDULED SPEAKERS : Mauricio Godoy, Michael Margolis, Louis Pagan & Reina Valenzuela (Moderator) M June 30, 2010 (6:30pm – 9:30pm) Monroe College B (Courtyard b/n Main building & Culinary Center) 434 Main Street, New Rochelle A 150 Estimated Guests
  2. 2. …fostering Hispanic leadership through graduate management education and professional development in order to improve society. N Mauricio Godoy Mauricio Godoy is the social media lead for IBM's Software Group Analyst Relations team based in Somers, NY. Mauricio is a co-founder of the group and member of SHPE's NYC chapter. Within the Latinos at IBM group, Mauricio has developed webcasts featuring prominent members of the technology community while authoring blog posts featuring STEM related issues. S Michael Margolis Michael Margolis is the President of Get Storied, a media, learning, and advisory company. He teaches companies, creatives, and entrepreneurs how to get others to believe in their story. Michael teaches virtual e- courses through his Story University including an upcoming 12-week e-course titled Social Media Jedi. Michael also serves as virtual CMO to both new brands and established ones in the midst of re-invention. He publishes regularly on the topics of brand storytelling, social media, innovation, and culture change. You can H download a free copy of Believe Me, his Storytelling Manifesto for Change-makers and Innovators. Michael has been featured in Fast Company, Brandweek, and Storytelling Magazine, and contributes to among other places. Louis Pagan Louis Pagan is an emerging leader in the Latino social media sector. He’s been involved in social media for over 5 years, and technology for over 10 years. M With his well respected blog LatinoPundit, he was a pioneer and leader in the Latino Blogosphere for a number of years. As one of the founders of Latinos In Social Media (LATISM), he identified a market niche and organized a nationwide movement, which culminated with the first Latinos In Social Media conference tour, that will continue in years to come. He’s the receiver of the LISTA Rising Star Award, and has been recognized as a Rising Star and ‘One to Watch’ by Latino Leaders Magazine. B Reina Valenzuela Reina I. Valenzuela has an MBA in Global Management and a Bachelor of Science in Human Services. She is founder and CEO of Starfish*Global LLC. Reina upholds the highest ethical management standards and works with a team of dedicated professionals, field experts and advisors, to make a strategic difference for each client. A Reina is a social and business entrepreneur...passionate about community building on the ground and online. She will share her experience using social media platforms to build and sustain professional relationships.
  3. 3. …fostering Hispanic leadership through graduate management education and professional development in order to improve society. N Experts/Panelists for SOCIAL MEDIA’s NIGHT OUT, will focus on: Personal Experience in Social Media Do’s & Don’ts of Social Media Lessons learned and pitfalls to avoid S Its importance for personal branding & business Relevance to job search & acquiring interviews, job leads, etc. Agenda for evening (schedule may change slightly): H 6:30pm – 7:10pm 7:10pm – 7:20pm Registration & Networking (beverages & h’ors d’oeuvres) Welcome: Marc Jerome, Executive Vice President/New Rochelle Campus Director 7:20pm – 7:35pm Leslie Jerome, Director of Alumni Relations 7:35pm – 7:45pm Introduction NSHMBA: Manny Velasquez-Paredes, EVP, NSHMBA M 7:45pm – 8:50pm & Iveth Reynolds, President NSHMBA Introduction of Moderator (up to 5 min) Moderator welcomes 3 panelists Each panelist introduces him/herself (expertise in industry – up to 5 minutes each) – 15 minutes max B 8:50pm – 9:00pm Moderator begins conversation with panelists – 45 minutes max Q&A (via Tweets & audience) 9:00pm – 9:05pm Wrap-up/Thank You’s/Comments - Moderator 9:05pm – 9:30pm Networking/pictures of panelists w/ Monroe College Administrators & A NSHMBA Board(beverages & h’ors d’oeuvres)
  4. 4. …fostering Hispanic leadership through graduate management education and professional development in order to improve society. N  2010 Kick-Off Event 2010 CALENDAR OF EVENTS February 2010  Speaker Series Two/year (TBD) S   Grassroots Outreach Affinity Groups Partnership Throughout the Year Throughout the Year A variety of events planned  Power Breakfast Roundtable Two/year (TBD) where we can  NSHMBA Graduation Night May 6, 2010 H   Hispanic Cultural Event Pre-Conference Workshop/Networking August 2010 help to increase your brand. (2 events) October 2, 2010 M   National Conference (Chicago) Latina Executive Summit October 21-23, 2010 November 2010  Year-End Gala December 2010 B Any questions? Please contact: Manny Velasquez-Paredes 212.920.9601 EVP, NSHMBA NY A