Stay tuned as we roll out more of our dynamic speaker line-up!
BMore See More, a nonprofit organization empowering minority male students in Baltimore City through education, mentorship and travel.
Social Media Director for the Golden State Warriors. Karen oversees organic strategy for all Warriors and Chase Center owned handles.
Josh Krakauer is the founder and CEO of Sculpt. As CEO, Josh champions a “Hustle & Heart” culture—a pursuit of growth while putting humans first.
Innovation Strategist and Design Researcher who strongly believes in the power of solid research and visual storytelling techniques.
Clear Contender Media was founded by Casey Callanan to further his life goal of helping the world communicate better.
Nikki Bracy is a seasoned integrated marketer and social media director who specializes in building innovative and effective marketing strategies for brands.
Jonathan is passionate about visual communication, user experience, and engaging storytelling across all platforms.
Professor Talisha Dunn-Square is a public relations lecturer in the Department of Communications at Bowie State University. She is the creator and owner of The PRactitioner PRofessor brand.
Amy Houck is a marketing professional with over 10 years of experience specializing in social media for and digital strategy. She currently serves as Founder/Director of 440 Marketing Group and Digital Director at Pascale.
Brian H. Waters is a Communications Specialist at Johns Hopkins Medicine where he operates and oversees the Twitter account that informs journalists of the latest research from the institution. I
Taylor is the NUE Baltimore Associate Publisher. The NUE BALTIMORE MOVEMENT is the collaboration amongst artists, politicians, community leaders, writers, small-businesses, and more.
Andy is a 15-year advertising and marketing veteran and currently a Partner and Managing Director at Response Labs, a Baltimore-based digital marketing agency with a focus on CRM and loyalty programs.
Aliza Rosen has worked in social media and community management across various industries, including video games, travel and aviation, B2B, and higher education.
Sydnee Logan, MA, is an award-winning, digital-first marketing and communication professional. At Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, she is editor of the #1 school of nursing blog in the world.
Kait McCaffrey is solely responsible for all university social media channels, oversees a campus social media advisory group, works closely on campaigns with undergraduate admissions, and helps to plan Giving Day, in addition to writing stories for the UMBC News and Magazine sites.
Jamila Walker is the University Social Media Manager at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia and an award-winning and certified National Social Media Strategist. She received a B.A. in Print Journalism from Hampton University and M.S. in Interactive Media from Quinnipiac University.
Laura has been quoted in various publications, such as Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, Venture Beat, etc. Her expertise lies in developing bullet-proof and result-driven communications strategies for those companies who want to take their brand to the next level.
An innovative, relationship-oriented social media professional with over 10 years of Social Media experience. She is a social media aficionado with proven experience in growing Millennial and Gen Z audiences with a focus on brand-safe content for parents and families. She has a keen eye for creating disruptive content based on learnings from data and analytics.
Conference attendees will receive links to session live streams via email closer to June 30.
S1: How To Date Your Customers: Building Meaningful Relationships Through Social Media
S2: Making Meaningful Connections Using Design Thinking
S1: 7 Reasons A Podcast Should Be At The Heart of Your Social Media Strategy
S2: Activating Influencers at Every Stage of the Funnel
S1: Post with Purpose: How To Build a Better B2B Social Media Strategy :: Presentation Resource Links
S2: How to Leverage Social Media to Create Your Personal Brand
S1: Ethics in Designing Habit-Forming Products
S2: Managing Your Online Brand When Worlds Collide
S1: Stick-to-itiveness: Creating and Executing an Effective Social Media Communication Plan Minus Burnout
S2: What's in Your Brand?
S1: Higher Education Social Media Marketing Panel
S2: Producing Social Media Content for Doctors during the Pandemic
S1: Driving Your Social Strategy with Data
S2: Baltimore Influencer Panel: What It Takes to Soar
Join thought leaders and influencers for Baltimore's first social media day conference.
Social Media Day was started by Mashable on June 30, 2010. Mashable launched the event as a way to recognize social media's impact on communication. Social Media Day Baltimore is Baltimore's newest event for communication leaders in social media and digital marketing -- promoting mentoring, networking, engagement, and meaningful offline connections with online professionals.
Social Media Day Baltimore is an opportunity to find your tribe and grow together in your area of expertise. Stay current in your field, find professional mentors, and carve out time to collaborate and connect with other leaders in social media and digital marketing throughout Baltimore.
The event is scheduled for June 30, 2021, and will be a virtual conference.
Social Media Day Baltimore is a learning lab. This social media day conference is unique in its commitment to advancing the profession by connecting communication students in Baltimore with mentors, internship opportunities, and valuable insight to help jumpstart their career post-graduation. This event provides diverse project-based learning opportunities for college students in the Baltimore area. Net proceeds from this year’s ticket sales will be donated to create internships for communication students.