6th Annual SPARKS Conference
Mentor - Mentee Luncheon Roundtable
This year we're so excited to feature a new mentor-mentee luncheon opportunity. Dine and discuss social marketing topics with one of our brilliant mentors -- Julie Colehour, Nancy Hardwick, Nancy Lee, or Doug McKenzie-Mohr -- and a small group of other mentees.
At the roundtable, you have the incredible chance to have an open dialogue with the mentor of your choosing about a particular table topic (see the list below). Think of it as an intimate question and answer session that is meant to spark conversations. So, come with your burning real-work social marketing questions, come with ideas, come with your interests and take advantage of the opportunity to have them answered by a leading expert in the field and unpacked by a table of peers.
Julie Colehour: "Starting a Small Social Marketing Business"
Nancy Hardwick: "Research and Evaluation Strategies for Social Marketing"
Nancy Lee: "Steps and Challenges in Developing a Strategic Social Marketing Plan"
Doug McKenzie-Mohr: "Selecting and Unpacking Behaviors: A Critical First Step"
The tickets for the luncheon will be first-come, first-serve for each mentor, running at the nominal fee of $10 (an additional amount for your SPARKS conference ticket). The setting is intimate, so these tickets are limited in numbers.
The luncheon will be held in a separate room from the regular lunch for Day One of the conference. If the luncheon itself isn't enough to sell you, as a result of the intimate atmosphere the lunch line will be shorter! Giving you all the more time to dine & discuss.
We can't wait to see you at the roundtable.
SPARKS is made possible by our sponsors
DH, a public relations, advertising and branding agency that builds multi-disciplinary programs that communicate complex ideas in simple, compelling ways, Hardwick Research, a full service market research consulting firm that works to unpack customers' pain points and align your vision with their needs & Rescue Agency, a behavior change marketing company focused on tackling public health issues in both youth and adult populations, stimulating behavior change through knowledge, policy, and culture.