Plus Three Sponsoring Half-Day Training Session for Nonprofits at Hispanicize 2012

Posted on 04/06/2012 @ 12:00 PM

Tags: Hispanic strategy, Social media

American Latino Museum will be the Featured Case Study on Non-Profit Social Media Innovation led by Plus Three Co-Founder, Juan Proaño

WASHINGTON, DC — The Friends of the American Latino Museum, a 501(c)(3) created to support the American Latino Museum initiative, has joined as a sponsor in presenting the 3rd annual convening of Hispanicize 2012. The yearly gathering, held this year at Miami’s JW Marriot Marquis from April 10-13, will bring together Latino trendsetters and newsmakers in social media, marketing, entertainment and innovation. The events will include a half day training session for nonprofits co-sponsored by Univision and Plus Three, a leading website and social media company that with The Raben Group currently directs the social media strategy for the Friends.

Juan Proaño, Co-Founder of Plus Three and website designer for the Friends, will lead a panel during the Latino Social Media for Social Good Half-Day Training session. The panel is entitled: “The Ultimate Guide for Non-Profit Organizations Serving Hispanic & Multicultural Communities,” and it will examine as a case study the Friends’ remarkable success in social media outreach. On March 22, the Friends announced that it had surpasses 100,000 followers on Twitter and had accumulated 70,000 fans on Facebook and 67,000 supporters through its website, bringing its total reach to over 237,000 supporters. Current supporters surpass 240,000.

Click here to register for Latino Social Media for Social Good @ Hispanicize 2012.

The intensive half-day session, held on April 10 from 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm, will be hosted exclusively for non-profit organizations, and is provided free of charge for the first 100 nonprofits that register. The session will explore how communications can help non-profit organizations serving Latino and multicultural communities maximize their use of public relations and social media. The training will have a deep focus on social media, including Facebook, Twitter, blogs and other popular outlets.

Panelists include: Estuardo Rodriguez, Principal at The Raben Group and Friends Staff; Patricia Perez, Principal, VPE Public Relations; Eva Smith, Partner, Latina Mom Bloggers; Audrey Ponzio,Senior Vice President, Edelman Multicultural; and Juan Proaño, Co-Founder of Plus Three and the Friends website designer.