Colleen Dilenschneider, Social Media and Gen Y Expert, to Speak at Carnegie Science Center on April 24

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Senior Director of IMPACTS Research & Development, Colleen Dilenschneider, will present on online audience engagement for nonprofits at the Carnegie Science Center.

Social Media Expert and Gen Y Guru Colleen Dilenschneider

"The Best of the Best in Online Audience Engagement" is an opportunity to share examples of the most creative and unique uses of social technology to engage online audiences.

Colleen Dilenschneider, renowned social media expert and one of the leading voices of Generation Y, will present “The Best of the Best in Online Audience Engagement” on Tuesday, April 24 at the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh, PA.

“The nonprofit community is deploying various online and social media tactics to raise awareness, engender support and promote their missions,” says Dilenschneider. “’The Best of the Best in Online Audience Engagement’ is an opportunity to share examples of the most creative and unique uses of social technology to engage online audiences.”

“The Best of the Best in Online Audience Engagement” highlights creative solutions deployed by members of the nonprofit community to create conversation, spark interest, increase reputation, expand constituencies, and build awareness for their respective organizations. While focusing on examples from visitor-serving organizations, this presentation will share valuable information applicable to any organization seeking to develop a more robust and relevant online presence.

Colleen Dilenschneider is a Senior Director of IMPACTS Research & Development, and widely-regarded as a leader of the next generation of nonprofit marketing executives. Her blog, “Know Your Own Bone,” (http://colleendilen.com) has been prominently featured in many national museum association publications, and is required reading for several Museum Studies graduate programs and professional conferences.

IMPACTS Research & Development is the world’s preeminent provider of predictive intelligence to inform development, economic, policy and communication strategies to the commercial, government and nonprofit sectors. Additional information about IMPACTS is available online at http://www.impactsresearch.com.

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