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Social Media Breakfast on community management 8 a.m. Friday, Oct. 28

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Community management has evolved from a loose collection of tasks to an essential role guiding the strategies and success of organizations of all sizes.

Learn more about this growing and developing profession at SMBMSP 40: Community Management, an in-depth conversation with field experts Meg Knodl and Lisa Grimm.

SMBMSP also has a few surprises in store to celebrate its 40th breakfast!

Tickets are going fast; reserve a spot at SMBMSP 40 now.

Featured speakers:

Lisa Grimm
Lisa Grimm

Lisa Grimm
Digital brand manager, Mall of America

Grimm has a strong back­ground in the inter­sec­tion of public rela­tions and emerg­ing tech­nol­ogy and how the two work in unison to estab­lish brand voice and mutu­ally ben­e­fi­cial busi­ness rela­tion­ships. As dig­i­tal brand man­ager for Mall of America, Grimm’s time is devoted to devel­op­ing dig­i­tal strat­egy with a focus on the inte­gra­tion of earned, owned and paid media. She also cre­ates and imple­ments social media strategy, serves as com­mu­nity man­ager and is respon­si­ble for con­tent strat­egy on the MOA Blog, and is an active member and vol­un­teer of Public Relations Society of America. Follow Grimm @LuLuGrimm.

Meg Knodl
Meg Knodl

Meg Knodl
Senior librarian — communications and community engagement,  Hennepin County Library

Knodl has been working in community management since 2007 and was named a 2011 Library Journal Mover and Shaker for her work with social media. Knodl is currently beginning a six-month mobility assignment, spending Wednesdays with Hennepin County Public Affairs in an effort to improve community management, interactive marketing and social media efforts. Follow Knodl @DotMeg.

Time: 8-10 a.m.
Date: Friday, Oct. 28, 2011
Place: 514 Studios, 514 3rd St. N., Ste. 101, Minneapolis, MN 55401
Cost: $10

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