The fourth and final dialogue in the series on Digital strategies brought together the three digital consultants who have curated the series in an interactive "ask the experts" session where participants brought forward their burning questions on using digital in their organisations. These were addressed live by the experts and by participants.
The Digital strategies dialogue series is delivered by Zoe Amar Digital, a social enterprise and digital agency that helps charities and other nonprofits lead digital change with confidence.
The series consisted of four dialogues that address issues of leadership, fundraising and service delivery through a digital lens. Click here to revisit the recordings of the other dialogues in the series.
This Virtual Dialogue is supported through the UICC CEO Programme, sponsored by:
Zoe Amar is widely regarded as one of the UK charity sector’s leading digital experts. She founded digital agency and social enterprise Zoe Amar Digital in 2013. Zoe is Chair of The Charity Digital Code of Practice. She writes for Third Sector magazine about charities and digital issues and co-founded the Social CEOs awards . Zoe and her team produce an annual barometer of how charities across the UK are using digital, The Charity Digital Skills Report. She also co-authored The Charity Commission’s digital guidance for trustees, ‘Making Digital Work.’
Jen Lowthrop is a digital marketing consultant and travel blogger with over 10 years’ experience working in the charity and public sector. Jen focuses on creating quality online content to help improve awareness and engagement with your brand, be that through social media, SEO or Google AdWords campaigns. Jen has worked on digital campaigns for and provides training for a variety of charities, students and small businesses on digital marketing. Jen has also appeared on BBC World as their digital advertising expert.
Rebecca Rae-Evans has a varied and extensive 15-year background in research and human-centred design, working with blue chip clients on award-winning digital, strategy and marketing projects. For the past 7 years, she has transitioned into working exclusively on projects for social good. Her focus is on lean research, service design and measurable product innovation for social good. She also co-founded the volunteer-led community organisation Tech for Good Live, designed to help people use tech for social good.