Kudos to Lauren Elder, vice president of collegiate outreach for the Collegiate Committee, for her role in helping to grow AMA’s collegiate membership by 60 percent in one year.
Lauren is an account manager with EOS Marketing & Communications and has been an AMA member for four years. She has volunteered on the Collegiate Committee for three of those years.
In her own words: “I’m a growing young marketing professional always looking for opportunities to learn from seasoned veterans and rookies alike. I love a new challenge… new clients, new projects and new mediums to advocate a brand message.
I’m a big believer in AMA! I got my current job through the AMA Collegiate Conference and have made some great professional and personal friends through networking events and committee work along the way. I encourage every marketing student to join AMA – the benefits are endless!”
You can get in touch with Lauren through LinkedIn. Interested in taking your membership to the next level by volunteering? Contact Jessica Covello at email@example.com. Also, please leave us a comment to share your volunteer experiences – whether with AMA or another civic organization you enjoy.
With social media being the shiny new coin, and Twitter going from 2.3 million to 50 million followers in just a year – it seems to be the social media darling for the moment. But to tweet or not to tweet – that is the question (maybe not what Shakespeare had in mind, but you get it). Some companies are struggling with the decision to launch a Twitter site – do they have the time and manpower to listen, reply and more?
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