Connecting communicators around the dinner table
As professional communicators, we all know that simple ideas can be the most powerful. Imagine the value of placing nine SF IABC members in an intimate private dining venue, serving them dinner, and launching a conversation on a fascinating communications topic.
Since 2003, SF IABC has offered a unique professional development and networking program called Networking 9. Featuring a handful of small-group, dinner-discussions each year, Networking 9 gives participants the opportunity to explore new ideas, share real-world challenges, and build deeper IABC relationships.
See the schedule for upcoming Networking 9 events, and topics, below. If you’re interested in participating in a Networking 9 event, please contact Julie Knight or Corey Connors, our program directors. Each participant pays for their own meal and the events typically run from 6 – 9 p.m.
|Upcoming Networking Nine Events and Discussion Topics|
|Jan 23, 2018||Business Transformation Communications|
|Mar 13, 2018||Going Mobile with your Internal Communications|
|May 15, 2018||Communications Tools and Technologies|
|July 17, 2018||Topic to be confirmed; please submit your ideas!|
|Sept 11, 2018||Topic to be confirmed; please submit your ideas!|
|Nov 13, 2018||Topic to be confirmed; please submit your ideas!|
|(Additional dates, times, and themes forthcoming)|
We may explore breakfast and lunchtime options and welcome your feedback on your preferences and themes.
Although open to all SF IABC members, demand for Networking 9 events often exceeds supply. Interested members are encouraged to join the waiting list, share their contact information and propose future topics to our co-directors.
Attention IABC Chapter Presidents: SF IABC has developed “Networking 9 in a Box” – a step-by-step guide to establishing and conducting Networking 9 events in your chapter. Please contact our co-directors, Julie Knight or Corey Connors for additional information.
Yasmin Sidi, Director, email@example.com
Tayler Banjar, Professional Development Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tyana Harte, Professional Development Manager, email@example.com
Suki Skye, Networking Events Manager, SF COMMingle, firstname.lastname@example.org
Carolyn Price, Ad Hoc Volunteer, 680 Saturday COMMingle, email@example.com
Erika Wah, Ad Hoc Volunteer, Marin COMMingle, firstname.lastname@example.org
Courtney Sims, Director, email@example.com
Stacy Lavilla, Mentorship Program Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Michele Landry, Volunteer -- ICR, Webinars, email@example.com
Julie Knight, Net9 Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Natasha Terk, Net9 Manager, email@example.com
Shilpa Maggon, Eventbrite Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Joyce Davis, Ad Hoc Volunteer, ICR Luncheons, email@example.com
Gabriel Galdamez, Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Melissa Carroll, Email Marketing Manager, email@example.com
Sally Salay, Email Marketing Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Devon Drake, Social Media Manager, Facebook, email@example.com
Morgan St. Clair, Social Media Manager, Event Publicity, firstname.lastname@example.org
Amanda Tran, Social Media Manager, Twitter, email@example.com
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