Professional Survival in a Digital Word = Your Web Presence
Tracey Holinka, Managing Partner & Web Designer/Developer, Chaos to Clarity
Jo Golden, Web Content & Digital Strategist, Chaos to Claritywww.chaostoclarity.com
What does it mean to survive in a digital world? For many of us it includes creating and telling new stories about ourselves, what we know, our relationship to technology, and our ways of being in the world.
Professional survival in a digital world includes developing a web presence to let people know who you are and what you’re about. There are lots of different options out there—websites, blogs, social networking, life streaming—which ones are right for you?
Join Jo Golden and Tracey Holinka, principals at Chaos To Clarity LLC, for a Monday morning session that will help you sort out your web presence and social media options so that you can make the most of the Web for your career—no matter what your profession.
When you consider the available options in terms of your skill level, time constraints, and personal goals you’ll be in a much better position to make the most of tools and services the Web has to offer.
About Chaos To Clarity:
Chaos To Clarity LLC (http://www.chaostoclarity.com/), is an innovative digital education, strategy, and web service company in the DC metro area. We work with private individuals and groups, professionals, leaders, creatives, learners, micro businesses, small businesses, nonprofits, and associations locally and online.
Our clients need to know how to take charge of their computers, manage social networking, develop a digital strategy for business, and have the web presence that's right for them.
Jo Golden, PhD, guides people from 18–80+ to change their relationship to technology and learning. She refined her approach to education while working with clients and teaching for more than a decade, most recently at Georgetown University. As our web content wrangler and digital strategist, Jo creates compelling business stories for the Web.
Tracey Holinka, MS, teaches clients how to make the most of computers and the Web while getting their solo or small business online. Early in her 12-year career as a web designer/developer, she developed a passion for creating easy-to-use, functional, user-focused technologies. Tracey creates user-friendly websites and blogs as well as managing Web and learning projects, both large and small.
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Plan to join us after the meeting for networking. Many of us carry our conversations to lunch at the nearby Brookings Institution.Directions to 40Plus