The Social Tribe team is gearing up to attend Social Media Week LA this later this week. And we’re not only looking forward to learning the newest and best practices for content creation, social media management, and influencer marketing — we’re also looking forward to making some connections with forward thinkers, thought leaders, and rising talent in the field.
If You See Us, Come Say Hi!
Juliet O’Connor — Content Marketing Strategist, Account Lead, and creative extraordinaire. She’ll be focusing on attending sessions about content creation, storytelling, and connecting content with commerce. Feel free to pull her aside and ask her about building interactive assets, content strategy, creative ideation, and working with influencers to develop collaborative campaigns. You can also ask her about her radically ethical, sustainable lifestyle.
Sherry Citron — Group Director of Accounts. You might find her at sessions like Creators with Purpose: How to Save Social Media and the World and The Influencer Marketing Bubble: How To Take Advantage Before It Pops.
Sherry is interested in meeting you if are looking for new opportunities in content, social media, and influencer marketing. We’re hiring! Social Tribe is a growing, thriving agency that supports enterprises end-to-end in their social media presence. Want to know more about the opportunities we have available on our team? Feel free to find fifteen minutes on Sherry’s calendar for a quick chat–she’ll be excited to meet you.
Tatiana Natzke — Vice President of Client Services. She’s attending SMWLA with an eye for strategies to develop multicultural content as well as to overcome the challenges that regulations in the industry create. With over a decade of experience leading strategic delivery of enterprise-level digital marketing programs, Tatiana has a unique perspective on the landscape for businesses of all sizes. Does your company have a marketing challenge that a well-designed, well-executed social media, content marketing, or influencer campaign can slay? Or maybe you have a specific problem that keeps you up at night, but working through options and solutions seems overwhelming? Check Tatiana’s calendar — she’d love to grab a 15 minute coffee during one of the networking sessions (two heads are better than one!).