Big Duck's vice president Farra Trompeter, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's national social media manager Danielle Brigida, will lead this session in which you will learn to use the blurring lines between personal and professional brands to market your nonprofit, and how to train staff through social media guidelines and internal communications tools.
Speaker: Danielle Brigida
is a self-proclaimed wildlife geek and works as the Manager of Social Media for the National Wildlife Federation
actively engages a wide range of constituents using a mixture of online tools and social networking sites.
An early adopter of social media with creative, engaging campaigns, Danielle
has been recognized as: 10 Green Women We Love by Greenopia; one of the 75 Environmentalists to follow by Mashable; Top 50 green people to follow on Twitter by Greenopolis; A featured Changemaker by Change.org; A Measurement Maven of the Month by Katie Paine.
is a sought after speaker with more than 20 appearances over the past year.
spoken at conferences such as South
by Southwest (SXSW), PR News Digital Media Summit, Blog World, Nonprofit Technology Conference, Netroots Nation, as well as several webinars.
has been interviewed about her
social media experience by the New York Times
, USA Today
, The Nonprofit Times
, Fast Company
, Washington Post
, Mashable, GreenTalk Radio
, Fundraising Success Magazine
, Beth's Blog
and several other popular blogs.
By tracking emerging trends and measuring impact, she
consistently finds the most effective ways to drive traffic and engagement for NWF's campaigns.
Danielle graduated from Christopher Newport University with a B.A. in Technical Writing with minors in Biology and Communications.