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Dominating Social Media

  • Seasons Rotisserie & Grill 2031 Mountain Road Northwest Albuquerque, NM, 87104 United States (map)

Dominate Social Media!

Presenters will provide an overview of how to best leverage social media platforms including - but not limited to - Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, to connect with the community, develop potential donors and spread messages about nonprofit organizations.


Julia Olivas punches her way through social media. She was the social media strategist behind startups like SunPort, ONUSBlue nad FreeRange. She's been involved in the startup community for three years, including hosting and attending events, fundraising, business development and digital marketing. Julia has helped numerous projects throughout New Mexico grow and become leaders in their field. Her efforts helped lead New Mexico's most successful technology Kickstarter campaign with SunPort by PlugSolar.

Kristyn Fox strikes at the heart of social media. She is a digital marketing consultant based in Albuquerque with a passion for creating social media content and engaging with business owners to improve their online presence. When not active on social media, Krystin is often found having a beer at a local brewery. 

Sonja Dewing leads a flying kick to content. Sonja is a technical writer with a penchant for social media and has developed quite a following on Instagram and her travel blog. She leveraged social media for a successful book promotion campaign. Happy to use her knowledge for the power of good, Sonja teaches business writing at UNM's Continuing Education department and is a mentor for businesses during Catalyst Week. Learn more at

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Seasons Grill, 2031 Mountain RD NW, Albuquerque

11:00 am - Networking, 11:30 am - Luncheon & introductions, 12:00 - Program

RSVP online here. Luncheon is $35 for guests/$25 for AFP members before earlybird deadline of Friday, April 6. RSVPS are strongly advised to guarantee your seat.

Later Event: May 26
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