Helen Wahle, Former Social Media Manager, Museum of Tolerance

  The person that I interviewed for my guests expert interview was Helen Wahle. After graduating with a journalism degree from Indiana University, Helen served as the social media intern for several non-profits. She eventually was hired by the Museum of Tolerance as their Social Media Manager, helping to build their social media platform. She…

Jim Breitinger, Director of Marketing, Natural History Museum of Utah

A little about Jim  Jim Breitinger was an early blogger- he first started by creating emails with stories and pictures that he would send out to friends and family. The positive feedback from these emails fueled his interest in telling stories through the new digital media and soon after started a blog. After finishing a…

Afua Anokwa, Marketing Communications Manager, The International Spy Museum

(Please disregard from 19:00 to 23:40 due to a power outage in my area. The interview resumes at 23:40) Afua Anokwa (Agent Double A) has been the Marketing Communications Manager at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC since 2012 and is responsible for all internal communications, eBlasts, partnership coordination, and, since 2014, the Spy…

Annelisa Stephan, Manager For Digital Engagement, The J. Paul Getty

Annelisa Stephan’s Bio My interview was with Annelisa Stephan of The Getty in L.A. California. Stephan has been at the Getty since 2004, where she has held numerous jobs writing and crafting stories for the Gettys social media. In 2014 she became the Getty’s Manager for Digital Engagement. In her new position she has taken…

Stephanie Seacord, Director of Marketing, Strawbery Banke Museum

https://kristenpetersonblog.wordpress.com/2016/10/15/a-conversation-with-stephanie-seacord-director-of-marketing-strawbery-banke-museum/ How can social media benefit a small museum?  The moment I stepped foot onto the tranquil 12-acre campus of the Strawbery Banke Museum (SBM), located in Portsmouth, NH, thoughts of ROI, social media algorithms and hashtags floated away into a far away, advanced century.  This living museum is not a reproduction.  It’s an actual neighborhood…