I usually don’t care for summertime in NYC. It’s always too hot, the subways are packed and the afterwork ‘mixers’ are over-rated.
The summer of 2010 has thus far proven to be different. In fact, it has been the best on record. I could go on and on about what has made it so great. However, for now, let’s focus on one of the highlights: I have been asked to moderate a panel at the National Conference on Volunteering & Service.
Called, “Tweets, Posts & Flips: Shaping the Way You Think About Informing, Educating and Engaging Your Internal and External Stakeholders,” the discussion will focus on how social media can be a strategic force in the engagement of internal and external volunteers.
My nerves were kept at bay 4 months ago. Today, less than 24-hours from the discussion, the adrenaline is pumping.
Did I mention I will be sharing the stage with the likes of professionals from Facebook, Gap Inc, Target, The Experience Project, Bank of America and PepsiCo.?
Oh, and it will be streaming LIVE.
Check it out, Wednesday, June 30, 8.30 am EST.
Here’s to the best summer yet….