Making High Tech More High Touch

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Jul 27, 2014 Comments Off on Making High Tech More High Touch

Tuesday, July 29, 2014, 12:30 – 1:30pm

With the proliferation of online networks, social media, and public transparency, people and organizations with large audiences have increased pressure and incentive to engage effectively. Nevertheless, the tools, processes, and norms of high tech engagement are not always clear nor understood.

Join CrowdHall President Jordan Menzel (MSFS'12) for a conversation that will explore trends, tools, and lessons learned about effectively listening and responding to your stakeholders online. Specifically, Jordan will address questions surrounding:

-Trends in online engagement
-Tools, applications, and case studies that define these trends
-What "high touch" means when discussing social media
-The state of civic participation online

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About the Presenter:
Jordan Menzel loves politics, open government, start-ups, and his little girl Penelope. He spends his days building partnership between CrowdHall and elected officials all across the U.S.

Prior to founding CrowdHall, he worked as an Assistant to former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, building partnerships for the UNEP, as a legislative assistant in Utah's State Legislature, and working in international development. He has a BA in Sociology from the University of Utah and graduated with distinction from Georgetown University with a Master of Science in Foreign Service.

About CrowdHall:
CrowdHall is an online venue for audience moderated town halls built on the idea that public discourse with high-profile people & organizations doesn't have to be one-sided. It empowers the crowd to organize its thoughts, articulate its questions, and voice its perspective in a democratic way.


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