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RECORDED WEBINAR

Member and supporter engagement during social distancing

April 16, 2020
2:00 PM PST/5:00 PM EST
Jack Milroy, Pacific Digital Strategies
Natasha Madison, New/Mode

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2020/04/16 5:00 PM EST

The COVID-19 crisis presents a unique challenge for the progressive movement. At a time when people are responsibly social distancing so many of the organizing, and engagement activities we’ve come to rely on are no longer viable. At the same time, it has never been more important for organizations to engage members and supporters, to serve them, and to demonstrate value. Join New/Mode and Pacific Digital Strategies as we discuss how you can use digital tools to engage members, provide value, and keep your supporter base together during this time. This webinar is for labour unions thinking through how they can serve members, advocacy organizations who rely on people power to win campaigns, and non-profits who want to keep supporters involved and active from their homes. [30 minutes + Q&A]

LEARING OUTCOME #1:

Understand the range of digital tools available for member engagement

LEARING OUTCOME #2:

How to evaluate tools to choose the best for your organization

LEARING OUTCOME #3:

Gain an understanding of how you can move your advocacy and organizing work online without getting overwhelmed

Learning Outcome #4

Best practices for building and maintaining an online community

About The Trainers

Jack Milroy
Principal Consultant, Pacific Digital Strategies

Hi, I’m Jack. I started Pacific Digital Strategies in 2017 to provide consulting services to the organizations I care about most: labour unions, and progressive advocacy groups.

I got my start by working as a senior organizer and strategist at unions and on progressive campaigns in Australia and Canada : Leadnow.ca, United Voice, Vision Vancouver, and the BC NDP. I’ve lead national distributed organizing networks, built grassroots political power, run voter contact in election campaigns, and developed political and lobbying campaigns on behalf of union members.

My journey into the digital world began at technology startup NationBuilder. I joined the team at NationBuilder’s headquarters in Los Angeles, working with customers across the US, Canada, Australia, NZ, and South East Asia to leverage technology to run organizing campaigns.

Natasha Madison
Director of Community and Partnerships, New/Mode

Natasha is building a strong and supportive ecosystem of empowered campaigners, technology providers, expert strategists and movement partners. 

Prior to joining New/Mode, Natasha was the Digital Director at cStreet Campaigns where she helped labour, NGO and political clients build progressive movements across Canada, the US and Australia. Previously, Natasha worked in leadership roles with Canadian Women's Foundation, Canadian Youth Business Foundation and CUSO International. Natasha is also NationBuilder Expert certified, and was one of the first trainers in Canada for the popular P2P texting platform, Hustle. 

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