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Activities

NETWORKING

Tech for Social Impact

Start the day right with a virtual networking hour where we pair you with another attendee using the latest “Gatheround” technologies. If you're shy, we understand. That’s why we're doing the work to make the intro happen, and we'll help the conversation flow with questions too. And perhaps you'll be paired with one of our amazing (hiring) sponsors!

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Engaging Virtual Meetings: The Sure-Fire Way to Beat Zoom Fatigue

Tech for Social Impact

Wouldn’t it be amazing to leave virtual meeting attendees feeling energized, rather than drained? If this sounds like something you’d like to achieve, join John Chen, CEO of Engaging Virtual Meetings, to learn the 6-step ENGAGE method to solve your virtual meeting challenges. In this talk, John will discuss how to solve the problem of attendees talking over each other, how to look good virtually, how to use virtual tools to get work done, and how to powerfully close meetings while taking steps to make your next meeting even more engaging.

John Chen

Bridget Finkeldey

He’s the author of the #1 Amazon Hot New Book Release, Engaging Virtual Meetings. He’s been meeting virtually for over 35 years. He has produced over 4,000 virtual meetings including an EIGHT language meeting and the only 100% LIVE virtual conference in the training industry.

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What Social Currency Measurement Can Do For Your Brand’s Online Community

Tech for Social Impact

Measuring and understanding your brand’s online community health is not the same as reporting on your marketing endeavors. Community health is a social-scientific endeavor and harder to quantify, but crucial to maintaining consumer satisfaction, brand loyalty, and reputation. In this talk with Samantha "Venia" Logan, founder of SociallyConstructed.Online, you’ll discover 5 easy-to-measure metrics to assess your brand’s community health, and tie your impact to real user sentiment.

Samantha 'Venia' Logan

Bridget Finkeldey

In 2010, I transitioned from male to female and put my entire 10-year journey on Youtube. Over the next decade, that decision has snowballed into an active and healthy career in community management, diversity, education, and measurement in anonymous community health. In 2016, we created RESCQU.NET. – a nonprofit organization that simultaneously marketed to an invisible audience and catered to their anonymity. In 2017 I graduated with a degree focused on community management that took me around the world. In 2017 I became a full-stack marketer at DigitalMarketer. For the past 5 years, I've built quantitative and qualitative data measurement tools for brand communities online. With SociallyConstructed.Online I am committed to helping businesses build robust, self-sustainable communities. I want to offer you and your business that same chance. Spend fewer resources on advertising. Develop a solid measurement-focused strategy that monitors lifetime value across the customer value journey to build a financially and socially rewarding community for you.

Meg Alexander

Bridget Finkeldey

Meg Alexander joined the PowerToFly community as a job-seeker in 2014, eventually landing her first remote role working for PowerToFly's Delivery Team. Her professional experience includes roles as a Talent Advocate, Head of Purchasing for a window factory, audiobook publishing, & more than 5 years as a paralegal. She has a bachelor's degree in Art History from Indiana University (mint condition, never been used!), where she also earned a varsity letter for Women's Rowing. She loves DIY projects and will never say no to french fries. She lives in Toledo, OH with her husband Aaron, an engineering technician, and their dogs, Radar & Cake.

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The Link Between ESG and DE&I: A Fireside Chat with Samsara

Tech for Social Impact

Getting serious about environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) doesn’t mean that DE&I takes a back seat — in fact, the goals of ESG and DE&I often overlap and build on each other. In this fireside chat with Samsara’s Sean Baker and Megan Jo Specht, discover what it looks like to prioritize ESG end-to-end, while creating an inclusive environment that welcomes diverse talent.

Sean Baker

Bridget Finkeldey

Sean has been a practicing attorney for over a decade and has been working as in-house counsel for technology companies for the past 4 years. Sean’s desire to make an impact, both personally and professionally, has led him to participate in a number of efforts focused on sustainability and the environment, including joining the Sustainability Ambassador’s Leadership Team while at Amazon, working on the Sierra Club’s “Ready for 100” campaign as a volunteer with Lawyer’s For Good Government, and now as a part of a cross-functional team shaping Samsara’s Environmental, Social, and Governance (“ESG”) efforts. Sean originally joined Samsara, at least in part, because they had sustainability in their DNA and has consistently found throughout his career that companies do well when they work to do good, especially in the tech industry. He remains excited for the impact that Samsara can have for all its stakeholders, very much including its current and future employees.

Megan Jo Specht, she/her​

Bridget Finkeldey

Megan Jo is a Talent Acquisition Strategist, with fifteen years of experience working as a SME in hiring and talent retention strategies. Megan Jo is passionate about helping to create and implement standardized, equitable, and fair hiring processes. She knows that education is the catalyst to removing unconscious and conscious biases. She is deeply passionate about the candidate experience, and enthusiastic about putting the right people in the right places to create a win-win-win scenario. Megan Jo joined Samsara, because of the tangible impact of the technology, within her own community.