Digital Communications Engagement Best Practices
Friday, February 23, 2024
12 - 1:30 PM EST
It's a digital world and we're living in it. There are many different online avenues for social interaction, networking, and information sharing in an digital environment that is constantly shifting. How do we become digital storytellers? How do we define our audiences online? Join MANY and MuseumHue with some leaders in the digital sphere who will share their digital strategies, offer best practices, and share advice and resources.
Kate Meyers Emery
Senior Digital Communications Manager
Kate Meyers Emery, Ph.D., is an anthropologist with over fifteen years of experience creating engaging digital experiences both online and in-person. As Candid’s digital communications manager, she uses experimentation and data-driven storytelling to get people the information they need to do good in digital spaces.
Over her career, Kate has worked with nonprofits, museums, and universities to engage and educate, including crafting social media presences, creating databases, coding websites, developing mobile applications, and even making educational video games. Her passion is making and using digital tools to educate and engage audiences in unexpected ways.
Kate holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology from Michigan State University, a M.Sc. from University of Edinburgh, and a B.A. from State University of New York at Geneseo.
Bryce Armijo is a lifelong storyteller dedicated to transforming diverse lived experiences into rallying calls. After a decade of working in politics, Bryce finds himself much happier working with nonprofits to weave their values into the communications they share with their communities.
Ganondagan State Historic Site
Seneca Art and Culture Center
Ansley Jemison (Seneca Nation, Wolf Clan) serves as the Cultural Liaison at Ganondagan State Historic Site through the Natural Heritage Trust of New York State.
Ansley is a member of the Seneca Nation and is originally from the Seneca Allegany Territory of Western New York. Ansley was an Academic Advisor with the New York State Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) at Cornell University. He served as the Residence Hall Director of Akwe:kon, the American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program (AIISP) Program House at Cornell University. He is a graduate of Syracuse University, where he earned a degree in Communications and competed for the nationally ranked men’s lacrosse team.
Ansley enjoys traveling and spending time with his family, he is married to Amanda Jemison and has three children, Selena, Elsie and Toran. Ansley’s interests include videography and short documentary production, Indigenous studies, Indigenous foodways and Cooking. He is the host and producer of the “Original Peoples Podcast; Ongwehonwe.”
Original Peoples Podcast is podcasting through an Indigenous Lens, sharing stories and culture through Indigenous voices. Jemison recently founded a production company, Original Peoples Productions LLC, he produces documentaries and stories pertaining to Indigenous Culture and ways of knowing.
This virtual program was organized in partnership with Museum Hue, a nationally recognized organization that works to paint a larger portrait of the arts and culture field by providing greater support and recognition for Black, Indigenous, and people of color throughout museums and other cultural entities across the United States. Founded in 2015, Museum Hue has partnered and collaborated with arts and culture entities throughout the nation. To learn more, visit www.museumhue.com.
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