"Power Tools for Coalitions" Webinars
The United States Breastfeeding Committee hosts this series of bi-monthly webinars as part of its training, technical assistance, and capacity building support for the network of breastfeeding coalitions across the United States. Webinars are held every two months (in odd numbered months) on the third Wednesday of the month from 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET.
Access to these webinars is open to all interested breastfeeding coalition members, as well as others involved in forming or leading nonprofit organizations in the breastfeeding field. Topic/speaker details are posted 1-2 weeks before each session on this page and in the Coalitions Learning Connection. The recordings and presentation materials from all past sessions are archived below.
NOTE: To streamline access, these webinars are set up in GotoWebinar as a series. You only need to register for the series once, and you will then receive auto-reminders of each session with the topic/speaker details. Even though you may not be able to attend every webinar session live, the series registration will still send you auto-reminders so that you have easy updates on the topic and links to the live webinar and archives.
Wednesday, January 17, 2018 • 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET
Understanding and Leveraging the Significance of Newsletters in the Social Media Age
Lynette Anigbo, Development and Evaluation Coordinator, USBC
Email is not dead! Emails are still a strong ally in the branding, fundraising and advocacy work your organization does. Social media gets a lot of attention, and rightly so, but the significance of social media does not undermine the significance of newsletters. During this webinar we will explore the advantages of newsletters and how your organization can leverage those advantages to cultivate, support and rally the interests of your supporters.
To search the archives by keyword, speaker name, and more, visit the file library in the Coalitions Learning Connection, OR view the public archives to download slides and handouts and access recording links in chronological order.