Social Media Roundtable to feature Nancy VanReece
Nancy VanReece’s mission is to help communities achieve their full potential through the advocacy of creative opportunities. This has been the driving force throughout her successful career. VanReece is an engaging and regular speaker on issues such as online marketing, social media communications, branding, copyright administration and clearance. VanReece brings a wealth of experience and understanding particularly helpful to arts organizations and individual artists; she worked for more than 25 years in the music business, as well as served as the executive director of The Nashville Shakespeare Festival from 2007-2009; as senior director of partnership development at Cool People Care, Inc.; and as strategist for GivingMatters.com, and the Nashville Library Foundation. She is the new media consultant on record for the Transit Alliance of Middle Tennessee.
Her work at Carpe Diem Management allows her to help small businesses and nonprofits understand and use social media to reach, build and lead core audiences. With a keen eye to the latest trends in social media and online communications , she has provided detailed social media and social communications strategies for many businesses around the United States.
VanReece currently serves as the full-time social media strategist for the Nashville Symphony.
She recently has returned from a trip to Carnegie Hall with the organization. The six-month build up on social platforms for the event was well received and garnered praise from The New Yorker magazine: “The orchestra has been offering extensive coverage of its preparations on its Road to Carnegie website (blog), not to mention Twitter and other media. Whoever has been running this online operation deserves a raise — it’s an informative delight….” – Alex Ross, music critic, The New Yorker
Nancy is a finalist for the Nashville Technology Council’s Social Media Strategist of the Year 2012.
Have questions about Twitter for Nancy? Email us and register for the NBU Social Media Roundtable November 8th. Details below…
4 Platforms 4 Marketing – Using Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest for business.
New Media for a New Marketing Era – how to integrate social media into your marketing plan (moderated discussion)