Tingalls

2018 Munch-n-Learn Series

 

Thurs January 18

 

Staying Connected to What Matters: Tips for Parents with Kids using (or overusing) Cell phones

Speaker: Ali Maresh, TechBreak

In this interactive workshop, audience members will learn the science behind why it’s so difficult to unplug; the health implications of overusing technology and strategies for families on using technology in moderation.

NIGHT EVENT 5:15 - 6:30 pm
$12 per person

 

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

ali mareshAli Maresh created Tech Break to help people be more focused and present in their lives by using technology in moderation. After working with one of the nation’s first Internet addiction centers, reSTART in 2016, Ali is now speaking to schools and organizations about the importance of moderate technology use to prevent addictive behavior toward screens. Previously, Ali served as a communications manager and international student advisor at Georgetown University. Ali received her masters in Public Relations and Corporate Communications from Georgetown University.

 

Thurs February 15

 

Creating Target Audiences and Tracking your ROI on Facebook

Speaker: Jaimie Myers

Attend this seminar to learn about the three ways to advertise on Facebook, how to install a Facebook pixel, and how to create both a custom audience and a lookalike audience. We'll also breakdown the 5 components of an effective ad design.

12:00-1:15 pm
Free for Clients; $30 Non-clients

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ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

jaimie myersJaimie Myers is a social media strategist with a proven record for transforming the social media presence of her clients. Jaimie graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in Journalism and Communication Arts, but her learning didn't stop there. During her studies, she taught herself digital photography and graphic design principles so that she could offer a well-rounded digital service to her clients. In addition to working with small businesses to increase traffic and community from their social media, Jaimie also teaches small business owners through digital resources, such as ebooks and digital courses.

 

 

Thurs February 22

 

Website Keyword Research: Why It Matters and How to Do It

Speaker: Eagan Heath, Get Found Madison

Attend this seminar to learn how to better speak your target audience’s language on your website by finding the most commonly searched phrases for the solutions you offer. Discover the monthly search volume for each keyword phrase (for free!) and why that matters in your website content.

12:00-1:15 pm
Free for Clients; $30 Non-clients

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ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

eagan heathAfter working for 5 years at Epic as a Project Manager, Eagan Heath started his own online marketing firm Get Found Madison. He helps local and e-commerce businesses grow by reaching new customers online through SEO, AdWords, Facebook advertising and written content creation.

 

Wed March 7

 

You can’t “yoga your way out” of a stress tsunami. Practical tips for reducing stress

Speaker: Deborah Herman, Pivot Consulting

In this presentation, we'll explore the importance of emotional resilience and social networks as shields against the impacts of stress, and how we can reduce the amount of stress flooding our minds and bodies. From there, we can create mindfulness practices that work for us.

12:00-1:15 pm
Free for Clients; $30 Non-clients

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ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

deb hermanBefore establishing her own coaching and consulting practice, Deborah Herman spent more than 20 years building organizations and developing leaders in the non-profit, labor, and education sectors. She brings a cross-cultural lens to her work based on her background in Spanish translation, teaching, and border studies. She recently completed the University of Wisconsin-Madison's ICF-accredited professional coaching program, and is a licensed DISC assessor. She is passionate about helping organizations and leaders meet 21st century challenges such as multi-generational teams, global shifts, and the 24/7 media world we now live in.

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