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Thursday, May 9 • 10:00am - 11:30am
Snaps and Posts and Tweets -- Oh My!

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This session will highlight how legal services providers can and do use social media and online platforms to improve pro bono and volunteer programs. Panelists will discuss using such platforms to place time-sensitive cases, better understand volunteer interests, gauge availability, target larger and more diverse groups of volunteers, effectively disseminate information, and solve some of the most frequently-seen problems in volunteer engagement.

Speakers
avatar for Diego Cartagena

Diego Cartagena

President & CEO, Bet Tzedek Legal Services
Diego Cartagena is the President & CEO of Bet Tzedek, a legal services agency in Los Angeles focused on addressing issues of elder justice, economic justice, housing justice, and justice on behalf of children and families. 
avatar for Angela Inzano

Angela Inzano

Senior Manager of Advocacy and Engagement, The Chicago Bar Foundation
Angela Inzano is the Senior Manager of Advocacy and Engagement at The Chicago Bar Foundation (CBF) in Chicago, Illinois. Since 2015, Angela has managed the day-to-day operation of the CBF Legal Aid Academy and the CBF Pro Bono Support Program, and assists with the CBF's legislative... Read More →
avatar for Vidhya Ragunathan

Vidhya Ragunathan

Director of Pro Bono, Inner City Law Center
Vidhya is currently Inner City Law Center’s (ICLC) Director of Pro Bono where is she responsible for overseeing all of the organization’s pro bono partnerships and volunteer initiatives. Prior to joining ICLC in 2015, she practiced complex commercial


Thursday May 9, 2019 10:00am - 11:30am EDT
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