#Network4Cause Presentation: Promote your Nonprofit Events using Social Media!

Workshop for July 10, 2015 #Network4Cause Presentation: Promote your Nonprofit Events using Social Media!

Take advantage of Social Media and internet marketing to boost your nonprofit’s visibility, membership, and funds.

Learn how to make the most of your upcoming #Network4Cause event using social media tools, strategies, and tricks of the trade. Instruction provided by Angela Rosas, Marketing and Business Development Coordinator for Eric Ratinoff, creator of Eric Ratinoff’s #Network4Cause, and founder of nonprofit, Chicas Latinas de Sacramento.

Learn the basics of:
– Event Branding
– Facebook
– Twitter
– #Hashtags
– How to have a successful #Network4Cause!

Social Media: How do I…? A Beginner’s Guide to using Facebook and Twitter

Let’s start from the top! Download your FREE Beginner’s Guide to using Social Media below and register today for our upcoming Sacramento workshop on July 10th: Promote your Nonprofit Events using Social Media 

Social Media 101 #N4C EJR

Download here: Social Media 101 #N4C EJR

Register below for Promote your Nonprofit Events using Social Media on July 10, space is limited:
Eventbrite - #Network4Cause Workshop: Promote your Nonprofit Events using Social Media!

Learn how to make the most of your upcoming Eric Ratinoff Law Corp’s #Network4Cause event using tools, strategies, and tricks of the trade. Instruction provided by Angela Rosas, Marketing and Business Development Coordinator for Eric Ratinoff, creator of Eric Ratinoff’s #Network4Cause, and founder of nonprofit, Chicas Latinas de Sacramento.

Sacramento Workshop: How to Promote your Nonprofit Events using Social Media

Back by popular demand (seriously, this workshop sold out quickly the last time I held it)

Calling all area nonprofits!!! This FREE workshop is for you. Take advantage of Social Media and internet marketing to boost your nonprofit’s visibility, membership, and funds.

Learn how to make the most of your upcoming #Network4Cause event using tools, strategies, and tricks of the trade. Instruction provided by Angela Rosas, Marketing and Business Development Coordinator for Eric Ratinoff, creator of Eric Ratinoff’s #Network4Cause, and founder of nonprofit, Chicas Latinas de Sacramento.

#N4C Social Media Workshop July 2015 Flyer

Promote your Nonprofit Events using Social Media 

Learn the basics of:

  • Event Branding
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Hashtags
  • Links / bit.ly
  • How to have a successful #Network4Cause! 

Register early, space is limited:
Eventbrite - #Network4Cause Workshop: Promote your Nonprofit Events using Social Media!

Free Sacramento Nonprofit Social Media Workshop, Presented by Angela Rosas

I’ve been M.I.A., I know.

Backstory: See what happened was, I was nominated for this national award (Coors Light Líderes of the Year). Both myself and Chicas Latinas de Sacramento were a bit overwhelmed…

The good news, I’m back to flying under the radar and doing the things I love… like teaching and presenting! Did I mention I used to be a Marketing and Social Media consultant?

Over these last few months, I’ve received numerous requests for social media training from our #Network4Cause sponsored organizations. It didn’t take me long to convince Eric that we should hold a free workshop for Sacramento nonprofits at Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff. Actually, it didn’t take any convincing at all and I couldn’t be more excited to see another dream come to fruition.

Dearest Sacramento area nonprofits, please join me at…

#N4C Social Media Workshop 2015 Flyer LG

Free Workshop: New Year, New Nonprofit Social Media Strategy! 

Register early, space is limited: www.n4csocialmediaworkshop.eventbrite.com

Instruction provided by Angela Rosas, Marketing and Business Development Coordinator for Eric Ratinoff, creator of Eric Ratinoff’s #Network4Cause, and founder of nonprofit, Chicas Latinas de Sacramento.

And because it wouldn’t be right if I didn’t…
Get Involved with Chicas Latinas de Sacramento:

Join Chicas Latinas de Sacramento Board of Directors: http://bit.ly/ChicasLatinasBoardApp
Or a Committee: http://bit.ly/ChicasLatinasCommitteeApp

Growing Up Latina in Sacramento: Education, I went to High School (sometimes)

The Angela diaries: Once upon a time I was in High School.

It wasn’t for me. I was too damn smart for my own good (according to both parents and teachers, alike). I was bored. I was the annoying kid who wanted to learn, but instead I disappeared. I didn’t do my work, I barely went to class, I shocked my teachers when I turned in research papers (they were a hobby of mine and always very well done), I goofed off a lot, I got in trouble sometimes, yet I aced exams and I graduated as a mediocre student, with mediocre grades, and with a mediocre future.

Cold chill’n. 

I was recently reminded of the National Teen Leadership Program by a Chicas Latinas de Sacramento member, when she asked if I could put a volunteer opportunity of theirs on our calendar. Until this moment, I had totally forgot — I went to NTLP in High School! (Volunteer opportunity is on the calendar  – Aug. 2nd volunteer date, deadline July 25.)

In high school, a kid in my graduating class had to drop-out from attending the conference and someone recommended that I take their place. ME. I forget who recommended me, probably a teacher who received a research project of mine. I remember the counselors being very reluctant about sending me: this brown girl who liked to ditch and was sitting comfortably on a 2.0 grade point average. I went through the interview process and they surprisingly sent me away to the conference. I can’t say it was a life changing experience in that moment, but overtime, definitely. 

I do believe that it is our responsibility to provide our children with opportunities, to give them new experiences, discover what inspires them, advocate for education equality, but most importantly — NEVER GIVE UP TRYING — regardless of where they’ve been, where they’re at, and where YOU think they’re headed. You can’t change your path unless you’re aware that other paths exist, especially as a child.

Someone took a chance on me, I was given a unique opportunity and shown a different path. I’m fully aware of what I looked like on paper, but that was not who I was — I’m beyond thankful that there were people in my life who took notice and took action.

Today I am blessed to be in a position to advocate on behalf of Sacramento’s youths. I’ve learned about so many great programs over the years and support them when I can. Enter perfect opportunity to support… 

This Thursday Eric Ratinoff’#Network4Cause will benefit Breakthrough Sacramento. If you’re not familiar with this program, I invite you to join us!

Free Registration: http://bit.ly/network4causebreakthrough

Breakthrough Sacramento is a public-private partnership providing a year-round, tuition-free, college preparatory program for academically motivated, ethnically diverse students from under-resourced schools in the Sacramento area.

92% of Breakthrough Sacramento graduates attend college directly after graduation, as opposed to 34% of low-income students nationally and only 29% in the Sacramento area.

Cien Amigos, Cinco de Mayo, una Dolores Huerta, muchos ciclistas, y los Gigantes!

This last week (or so) has been full speed, nonstop, and packed with goodness in Sacramento… with a brief trip to Los Angeles.

(Mexican) Family Stuffmore please! 

#familystuff Jesus Christ, beans and rice 🙏 #sacramento

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California – Mexico Advocacy Day, with Consulado de Mexico en Sacramento 

Cinco de Mayo with John Quiñones (what would I do? I took a picture!) 

John Quiñones #cincodemayo #sacramento

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Women’s Business: Las Juntas Patrióticas de Señoras and Latina Women in Public Life in California

I’m a member of Cien Amigos now!!! (Pin of honor)

Dolores Huerta at Latino Community Foundation’s CaliforniaLatino Agenda, Sacramento Summit ❤️

With @DoloresHuerta at @LatinoCommFdn #California #Latino Agenda, #Sacramento Summit 2014 ❤️❤️❤️

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#Network4Cause with Eric Ratinoff — supporting HDSA Awareness 

AMGEN Tour of California 

#AMGEN Tour of #California Gala Opening Reception! @AmgenTourofCali #ATOC2014 #sacramento

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Watched my beloved SF Giants lose to LA Dodgers… in Los Angeles. Ouch.

Sunday I rested, spent the day with my family (yay Mother’s Day!) and the Giants won.

Back to the grind… and catching up on emails. I’m behind in life. Speaking of being behind in life, Chicas Latinas de Sacramento’s 5 Year Anniversary dinner is this Sunday! Wowzas.

March in Sacramento: Women’s History Month & Brain Injury Awareness Month

What’s up Sacramento? Everything? No kidding!!!

First up, it’s Women’s History Month. I am honored to be listed as a Sacramento “Unsung She-ro” by Girls on the Grid‘s SACRAMENTO WOMEN MAKING HISTORY 2014! It came as a complete surprise and I truly appreciate the recognition. View the article and be sure to check out the other profiles… Sacramento is a city full of movers and shakers!!! So proud of our women.

girls on the grid: Angela Rosas

March is also Brain Injury Awareness Month – and this is of great significance to me. I work for Eric Ratinoff, a local brain injury lawyer who also serves on the board of BIACAL. Naturally our upcoming #Network4Cause event on March 13th at Mayahuel will support Brain Injury Association of California and it’s upcoming 2014 Walk For Brain Injury. I will also be participating in the Sacramento walk event on March 30th, the rest of our staff will be volunteering! (Look for us if you’re there, Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff!)

But wait there’s more – I have a personal connection to brain injury. Some of you may recall a close friend of mine who suffered a severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) a couple of years ago from an accident. After a 2 month coma, he had a 2% chance of living and a 5% chance of walking… it is a miracle and a blessing he is alive and walking! It has been a long road to recovery and the journey continues.

Walk for Brain Injury Sacramento

Networking and charity/cause events are nothing new to me, but it’s always a little different when it’s a cause I have a personal connection with. Dear people of the world: Wear your helmet! And join me at #Network4Cause benefiting BIACAL’s 7th Annual Walk for Brain Injury – Sacramento on March 13th at Mayahuel.

#Network4Cause by Right Light Images Suzanne Hambleton. #Network4Cause by Right Light Images Suzanne Hambleton.

More #Network4Cause pictures: http://www.rightlightimages.com/p1070447736#h507055b

Follow up Blog Post: Walk for Brain Injury Sacramento, Full Circle with TBI