At your annual meeting, the countless hours spent putting together the industry’s top thought leaders to build valuable content comes together. The meeting is a huge success! Therefore, the exceptional content that has been curated should not end there.
Associations have been recording their sessions for OnDemand viewing for years. However, recent data is showing that the real value of that content is in re-broadcasting it purposefully, instead of waiting for potential viewers to seek it out. Those that have already begun to rebroadcast their content are experiencing positive results. Data is revealing that professionals want to learn with others, so rebroadcasting, instead of OnDemand viewing, is becoming more and more popular.
During this webinar, learn the different techniques and formats that your organization can adopt to guarantee both growth in membership and an engaged community.
1.0 Clock Hour
Domain G: Meeting or Event Design
Presenter: James Parker, Digitell, Inc., President
James Parker is President and CEO of Digitell, Inc., a full-service multimedia company that specializes in Live Streaming, High-End Webcasts and Content Capture/Distribution Systems. Mr. Parker is a 35 year veteran in the conference industry, servicing 90 organizations, such as the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). With a staff of over 50, Digitell provides their clients with everything from consulting and event management, to registration and web page creation, live streaming, webcasts, content capture, tech support, and event reporting. A civil engineer by trade, Jim’s analytical approach to the logistics necessary to execute the services Digitell offers, has provided them with a reputation of offering “best practice” products, services and customer support.
Presenter: Anna Schnayder, WOCN, Chief Operations Officer
Anna Shnayder is an account executive at Association Headquarters (AH). AH is a professional services firm that specializes in helping non-profit organizations achieve their mission, create value, and advance their causes, industries, and professions. She currently serves as Chief Operations Officer for the Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society™ (WOCN®). In her almost 20 years of professional experience in managing non-profit organizations, she spent most of her career in the area of continuing education for healthcare organizations. Anna is a proud member of ASAE and MASAE.
Presenter: Brian K. Summers, CFMA, Vice President, Operations
Brian oversees day-to-day operations at CFMA and specifically heads up the development and delivery of CFMA’s conference programming. He has served in many leadership roles within CFMA, including co-chairing the Financial Survey, Education, and Conference Planning Committees. In 2015 he led the development and delivery of CFMA’s Online Benchmarker product and in 2016 he was selected to oversee CFMA’s Leadership Development efforts. Brian received a BS in Business Administration at Wilkes University and achieved ASAE’s Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation 2008. He was named the third recipient of CFMA’s 2014 Chairman’s Award and has presented and written numerous times for the ASAE/MASAE and has also served as MASAE President in 2010. Brian and his wife, Joanne, live in Lawrence, NJ with their children, Megan and Matthew as well as their dog Scully.
Presenter: Leslie Wingler, PCMA, Education Manager
Leslie Wingler has been living and breathing virtual events for over seven years. Currently, she is an education manager with PCMA where she manages and produces the digital event strategist certification, along with the DEI webinars and the live stream events. Prior to joining PCMA, Leslie was the manager, digital events where she produced live and on demand webinars, trained session speakers and worked with the professional development teams to produce online courses.