Atlanta, GA, February 25, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Professional Mojo announced today that Chief Mojo Officer Lee Brogden Culberson has been invited to join the esteemed panel of speaking guests at the annual Georgia Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives’ Staff Clinic. The 3-day event will be held in Douglasville, Georgia, March 16-18, 2010.
The 2010 Staff Clinic will offer full-day, in-depth training on two areas essential to every Chamber: Membership and Marketing. Included in Culberson’s address to guests are Mojo’s own seven social media self-assessment questions. In this highly interactive presentation, Culberson will go beyond the hype to expose what social media is really about and how it can directly impact the success of every Chamber’s marketing efforts.
Not only will Culberson cover the fundamentals of social media and how it can bring value or pain to virtually every area of a Chamber’s operation, she will illustrate how they can use social media to address key issues and how, if not done right, they can inflict harm to their organization’s reputation. Culberson will level-set the group and ensure that staff members understand the impact of social media on association communication, sales, marketing, HR, customer service, public relations and more. Attendees will be given specific steps to evaluate their current social media presence and will be guided to create a checklist that gets to the heart of how their organizations can harness social media effectively and track results
About Lee Brogden Culberson
Culberson is the co-founder and Chief Mojo Officer of Professional Mojo, a boutique marketing agency and training company specializing in web services, social media education and implementation for private companies, nonprofits and faith-based organizations. Culberson has an extensive background in venture capital and building business value, and spent 10 years as the operations officer of an Atlanta B2B technology group that specialized in marketing and lead generation. She has an additional 10 years of training and speaking experience.
She has spoken at both CEO and Key group Vistage meetings and has trained hundreds of small businesses and NPOs nationally via online workshops.
GACCE has a long and distinguished history of serving chamber professionals in the state of Georgia. The organization exists to advocate the role of the local chamber of commerce in economic and community development and to provide GACCE members with exceptional services in the areas of professional development, information and networking opportunities.