Join the Central Florida chapter of the American Marketing Association for an informative and thought-provoking panel discussion on marketing best practices in education marketing
Event Location: Sheraton Downtown, Orlando.
On Wednesday, October 10th, expert marketers from the University of Central Florida, Valencia College and Florida Virtual School will discuss cutting edge approaches, new tools and technologies, and the hottest trends in education marketing, in addition to how your organization can benefit from these practices. In addition to inspiring general discussions, key topics of discussion will include:
- Building strong educational brands
- Using new technology effectively
- New methods of marketing and measurement
- Differences in corporate marketing and education marketing
- Long-term strategic planning
- Turning alumni into brand ambassadors
Don’t miss this highly interactive, thought-provoking and energizing discussion.
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David Avalos, Product Marketing Specialist, Florida Virtual School
Darla Sharpe, Senior Strategic Marketing Manager, Valencia College
Terry Helms, AVP University Marketing, University of Central Florida
Larry Meador, CEO, Evok Advertising
Bakari Savage, Reporter, Central Florida News 13
Bakari Savage came to News 13 as reporter for Little Rock NBC affiliate KARK-TV. He made the jump from Monroe, La. CBS affiliate KNOE-TV. While there, Bakari was a multi-media journalist.
After three years in corporate America, Bakari Savage decided to follow his true passion and return to broadcast news. It’s a dream that he began nurturing years ago, during his participation in the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund High School Journalism Workshop at Clark Atlanta University. His dedication to this intense training program led him to receive the “Best Story” award. Bakari then pursued an array of internships at ABC (WBMA), Fox (WAGA), CONUS Communications/All News Channel, CBS (WCCO) and Hearst Entertainment. His duties ranged from researching and writing for entertainment and investigative news segments to coordinating interviews and satellite uplinks, as well as logging tapes.
Those experiences laid the foundation for him to join the team of (then) Primedia’s Channel One. He started off answering phones and eventually began writing popular features such as “Celebrity Birthday Finder” and “Presidential Perks” for its Webby Award-winning website.
Bakari also had the opportunity to travel to Amsterdam to research the murder of filmmaker Theo van Gogh, grandnephew of artist Vincent van Gogh, in relation to the release of “Submission,” a controversial film about the treatment of women in the Muslim world.
Born and raised in Birmingham, Ala., Bakari moved to Minnesota to study Political Science and Communication Studies at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. After graduation and some world travel, he relocated to California. Those travels endowed him with a wealth of knowledge
3 Course Lunch is to be included. Please bring cash for valet-parking. 30 minutes of networking is available before presentation begins. Speakers’ presentation will begin at 12:00 p.m. – Event is being held at the Sheraton Downtown, Orlando.