Have no fear, we’ve got Friday’s show featuring Social Media for the CEO Radio show hosts Eve Orsburn and Mary Adams interviewing Haley Curry, Marketing Manager for The Women's Museum right here. On Friday’s show Mary, Eve and Haley discussed how nonprofits around the world are successfully optimizing different social media platforms like YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook to grow their brand and build buzz online and in real life.. Listen to Friday’s show here: Social Media for the CEO featuring Haley Curry Haley's Bio:
Haley Curry currently serves at the Marketing Manager of The Women's Museum: An Institute for the Future and Leadership America. She manages overall marketing strategies and initiatives for the Museum. She works with all departments marketing exhibits, tours, membership, programming, annual campaigns, fundraisers, and whatever else they can find her to do. Curry is also responsible for the Web sites for The Women’s Museum and Leadership America, along with all social media sites, including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Flickr and YouTube.
After spending a year in 2008 surveying alumnae of Leadership America and other national leadership programs, Haley successfully rebranded the Leadership America logo and mission statement to reflect the new programming initiatives. Currently, she is developing the new logo and image of The Women's Museum in celebration of the 10 year anniversary.
Now celebrating her fifth year at The Women's Museum, Haley is a graduate of Texas Tech University with a Bachelors of Arts in Public Relations and minor in Spanish. She enjoys serving on the North Dallas Partners in Education Board and a member of SYP DALLAS The Society of Young Philanthropists. Her volunteer projects include Education is Freedom, the Prom Shop Project and Thanksgiving Square.
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