Social Media & Social Good: An Afternoon with @Sree on Staten Island NYC

Social Media & Social Good: An Afternoon with @Sree on Staten Island NYC. Is it possible to advance social good by way of social media? Non-profits, social good and faith-based organizations, cultural groups, and small businesses are invited to attend an exclusive workshop hosted by the Staten Island Museum and led by Sree Sreenivasan.


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@Sree Sreenivasan, Former Chief Digital Officer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art at the Staten Island Museum at Snug Harbor Cultural Center on Saturday, July 9th from 2:00pm-4:00pm.


Networking reception to follow. During the workshop, we will explore the use of social media measurement and data-informed strategies used at one of the world’s most important cultural institutions. Participants will learn how digital media can support and improve a social good organization’s ability to report, respond, listen, and act on strategic initiatives and issues of importance. Mr. Sreenivasan will share the Met’s strategy of navigating the digital world as well as the knowledge that he has acquired during his time at the institution. Audience members will have the opportunity to present their questions and afterward, enjoy a networking reception.

If you are a business, community organization, not for profit or start up, here’s your opportunity to learn from a World Expert in Social Media. A Don’t Miss Opportunity from @Sree he will share social media tips and tricks at the Staten Island Museum.

“We are honored to welcome Mr. Sreenivasan to the shores of Staten Island and into our beautiful new Museum on the grounds of Snug Harbor. We take such pride in the social good that we and our partner organizations do in service to our community, and look forward to hosting this opportunity for Sree to share his expertise on how to broadcast that good over social channels,” said Staten Island Museum Interim President & CEO Cheryl Adolph.

This world-class event will bring Mr. Sreenivasan’s highly respected expertise to a borough rich in history, arts, culture, and industry. Check in early at the Staten Island Museum (starting at noon) and tour the historic grounds of Snug Harbor.

Guests of the workshop will enjoy free admission to the Staten Island Museum, the New York Chinese Scholar’s Garden, the Noble Maritime Collection, and the Newhouse Galleries, along with a 10% discount at Harbor Eats, an outdoor café in a garden setting. Tickets go on sale June 6, 2016, and are $25 for the early birds, $35 after June 20. Seating is extremely limited, registration is required. Visit the Staten Island Museum’s website or register by phone at 718.483.7119.