#NYC1u: Online into Offline Strategy

Start: Wednesday, July 15, 2015 3:00 PM

Integrating your online work into your overall offline strategy

Excelling in the digital space is key to any organizing effort in today's political environment. From educating your membership and activist allies, to launching full-fledged campaigns on specific issues and targets. Having a sound digital strategy will help step-up your game and strengthen your overall strategy. Learn how to supercharge your field and legislative strategies through simple, thoughtful techniques, and best practices.

This session will be appropriate for intermediates and newcomers alike.

Charles Khan will lead this session.

Charles Khan is an Organizer at the Strong Economy For All Coalition, a coalition of labor unions and community groups focusing on legislation-driven campaigns to fight for economic equality, equal funding of public schools, and corporate accountability in New York State. He currently specializes in campaign logistics, new media, coalition building, and grasstops organizing. You can follow him at @strongforall or @goHedgeclippers.

This session is made possible by the AFL-CIO; New York Paid Leave Coalition; Organizing 2.0; New York State AFL-CIO; New York City Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO; Consortium for Worker Education