LATISM at Social Media Week 2012 – The Recap

LATISM at Social Media Week 2012 – The Recap

Last week, LATISM Chapters in the South Florida, New York City, Washington DC and San Francisco Bay areas came together in an amazing display of the true power of social media and its applications across disciplines, as part of LATISM’s National partnership with Social Media Week’s Global Events… talk about bringing the online conversations offline!.

In the flurry of social posts that accompanied the real-life [and real-time] interactions, we learned best practices, recommendations and predictions from thought leaders in the Economic Development, Health, Education and Civic Engagement areas.

LATISM salutes Social Media Week organizers for a very fruitful partnership, as well our South Florida, Washington DC, SF Bay Area and New York City chapters for once again demonstrating their unyielding support for our mission! A job well done, Chapters, you make us proud!

LATISM AT SOCIAL MEDIA WEEK – QUICK SESSIONS RECAP:

LATISM SFL: Social Media For Economic Development: Building A New Vision To Power The Economy
Panelists Giovanni Rodriguez from Deloitte Postdigital Enterprise, Pilar Portela from Business Wire/LatinoWire, Jorge Fernandez from ONE Sotheby’s International, Carlos Pedraja from Google LATAM and Brenda Leguisamo from SocialBizMembers.com explored the possibilities and challenges that lie ahead and build a new vision to power the local economy and the way public and private organizations can maximize the rapid increasing in social media adoption for the economic development performance of Florida.

LATISM DC: Health Communication, Digital Media & the Latino Community
At the event, David Castillo from NCLR, Kimberly Inez McGuire from NHIRH, Javier Von Westphalen from HMA Associates and Lizette Olmos from Olmos Strategy Group, Former of LULAC, led the discussion about designing digital media campaigns, advancing access to information and resources, and working to develop frameworks using digital media to enhance the health and health care of the Latino community.

LATISM NYC: The Power of Social Media in Education
An insightful, innovative and spirited discussion on the tools and opportunities available that can leverage Social Media for education. The discussion was led by some of the most influential Latino Voices in Social Media and Education: Jose Luis Rodriguez from HITN Networks, Angélica Pérez-Litwin from NewLatina.net, Andrés Henríquez (from the Carnegie Corporation of New York and Mariela Dabbah from Latinosincollege.com.

LATISM SF BAY AREA: Social Media for Good: Civic Engagement and Change
Speakers Laura Gomez from Twitter, David Castillo from NCLR, Mike Prince from RevolucionSXSWi and Armando Rayo from RevolucionSXSWi discussed the use of social and digital media in the implementation of initiatives geared to increasing the capacity for mobilization, action and civic engagement.

Thanks to @Efrain_Nieves for LATISM NYC images. Other pictures submitted by the individual chapters.

Leave a Reply