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Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Announcing the MWLUG 2012 OGS Speakers
MWLUG 2012 is two weeks away and I am glad to announce our MWLUG 2012 OGS speakers:
Lindsay Patross, IheartPGH.com
Kathy Olek, 4C Technologies
Louis Richardson, IBM
Below is brief biography of our MWLUG 2012 OGS speakers:
MWLUG 2012 OGS Speaker
Lindsay Patross, Co-founder,
Lindsay Patross works in online
community building - helping non-profit organizations and
businesses grow their online communities. She has managed
e-advocacy campaigns for VoteVets.org since 2008. Lindsay has
worked with a number of businesses on their social media
strategy. Currently she consults with Libsyn.com and pair
Networks on their social media and email marketing. Past
clients include the Post-Gazette, PR works, and
Spreadshirt.com. Lindsay founded the blog IheartPGH.com in
MWLUG 2012 Platinum Sponsor OGS Speaker
Kathy Olek, Director of Marketing and
Strategic Development for 4CTechnologies
Kathy is the Director of Marketing and
Strategic Development for 4CTechnologies, this year's
MWLUG Platinum Sponsor and an IBM Premier Partner specializing
in custom application development and business integration.
She has over thirty (30) years of experience in marketing,
with experience in all aspects of electronic, social and
traditional communications, including planning, market
research, advertising, promotions, corporate communications,
product development, media and public relations, incentives,
event management, fundraising, web development, trade shows
and collateral materials. She also manages the creative and
graphic design team at 4C, a division known as 4CDesignWorks.
MWLUG 2012 IBM OGS Speaker
Louis Richardson, IBM Worldwide Social
Louis serves as an IBM Worldwide Social
Business Evangelist. In this role, he has the opportunity to
meet with executives and business managers who have interest
in leveraging social software in their organizations. Some are
just starting out while others are well on their way. And in
every case these conversations have provided Louis with a
broad exposure to the practical and business relevant impact
that social software is having on today's businesses.
While the topic of social business can be complex, Louis'
conversational and story-telling style relates well to
non-technical audiences. He enjoys sharing his experiences and
observations in conferences, workshops and through social
communities and blogs.