Spring 2021 Virtual Career Mentoring Series

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Friday, April 9, 2021 10:00 AM to 11:15 AM
Zoom Online Sessions, registration required

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Gain career advice and network with some of the nation’s leading communication professionals. Online, interactive small-group mentoring sessions offer an opportunity to speak with professionals representing a wide range of career paths – organizational communication, media production, journalism, public relations, sports communication, and more.

 

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Hosted by Insight Committee Member: Carolyn Cuppernull

 

Social Media Session

List of Mentors:

Brett Peters, Tik-Tok- Brett Peters is the Education & Philanthropy Partnerships Lead at TikTok US. Brett helps nonprofit and edutainment publishing partners grow their presence on the platform and is their advocate internally to identify opportunities for greater visibility both on and off the app. Prior to TikTok, Brett spent nearly a decade in the nonprofit space, having helped launch the It Gets Better Project in its infancy and eventually oversaw its original content strategy and development of brand and media partnerships.

Dan Horowitz, LinkedIn- Dan Horowitz is Director with LinkedIn’s Marketing Solutions team in Washington, DC. He is responsible for sales teams that support economic development organization, associations, non-profits, government agencies as well as a range of private sector industries. LinkedIn Marketing Solutions customers leverage LinkedIn’s data, content and unique audiences for native advertising campaigns on the world’s largest professional network. Prior to LinkedIn, Dan was an Executive Vice-President at FleishmanHillard. Dan led a 40+ person team providing integrated marketing and communications solutions that combined digital, social media, paid media, public affairs, and creative. Dan graduated from Indiana University with a BA in Political Science, and a minor in meteorology.