|Speakers for this session:|
|Chicago History Museum|
Enrique has been involved in multimedia design for 12 years. In his current position, he is responsible for leading the Museum's social media initiatives including YouTube. Enrique not only manages the Museum's YouTube channel, he and his team also generate the video content and cross-promote it through various online channels and social networks. He earned a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and E-Commerce Technology from DePaul University and a Usability Analyst Certification in Human Factors from Human Factors International. Enrique is a member of AIGA, Human Factors International CUAs, and Interaction Design Association.
|Creative Director/ Media Director|
|Clarion New Media/ Sixty Inches From Center|
Andrew has been involved in social media for three years and video productions for five years. In his current position as a video producer, at Clarion New Media, Andrew is responsible for creating video content for clients to be shared via Youtube and other social media platforms. His Youtube activities include production of highly engaging and potentially viral videos. Andrew also serves as Media Director for Sixty Inches From Center (SIFC), a non-profit arts organization. As Media Director, Andrew is responsible for production of videos for all video hosting platforms, including youtube, vimeo, and brightcove. He earned a BFA in Film/Television from Savannah College of Art and Design.
|Director, Annual Fund & Development Services|
Brian has been involved in social media for over a decade. In his current position, Brian is responsible for creating video content and integrating fundraising with YouTube. This includes engaging current, lapsed and prospective members, donors and volunteers through YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn. Previously, as Vice President & CIO at The Alford Group, Brian developed and implemented YouTube and other social media strategies as a consultant for numerous non-profit organizations. This included incorporating YouTube into peer-to-peer, event and annual fundraising. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Purdue University and apprenticed at the Actor's Theatre of Louisville. He's been a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals since 1997, the Educational Programs/Product Development Committee of the ePhilathropy Foundation from 2005 to 2008, and, since 2007, a committee member/content specialist of the Arts Engagement Exchange. Brian has conducted seminars on fundraising and technology for such organizations as the Arts Engagement Exchange, the Association of Consultants to Non-Profits, Kintera, North Park University, AFP's International Conference, New Trier Township, and Blackbaud.