Awareness campaigns can be an integral part of raising general organization or cause awareness. Social media and digital tools have made it easier than ever to reach a broader audience. So where to do you start? In this webinar, you’ll learn from three experts on the process and key steps to a successful awareness day campaign for your community.

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From: 01/23/2020

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM UTC-08:00

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Featured Speakers

Gabrielle Nadeau
Communications Coordinator, Cornelia de Lange Syndrome (CdLS) Foundation
Gabrielle Nadeau is a seasoned communications professional with more than seven years of non-profit experience. As the communications coordinator at the Cornelia de Lange Syndrome (CdLS) Foundation, Gabrielle maintains brand standards across all platforms including social media, design, and website.
Jason Adams
Co-Director, Michigan Pediatric Hydrocephalus Foundation (PHF)
Jason Adams joined the patient advocacy community in 2008 after his sons Hawke & Jaxon were stillborn at 28 weeks. Since then he's championed multiple awareness and fundraising events for the cause and believes a cure to hydrocephalus exists and is waiting to be discovered. As the co-director at the Michigan Pediatric Hydrocephalus Foundation (PHF), Jason successfully influenced his Representative to join the hydrocephalus caucus, and in 2017 he successfully partnered with his State of Michigan Representative to pass a resolution declaring September as hydrocephalus awareness month. Jason also works full time as a Manufacturing Engineer and is raising his five children with his wife, Carmen, in Michigan.