The Pre-Summit Workshop Day will be held on September 13th, in person from 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM at the San Mateo County History Museum.
Looking to develop your skills in community operations and management? Join our pre-summit workshop on September 13th with leaders from Venafi and Facebook for a deep dive into what it means to make a community thrive!
Attendance is limited and is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Although we encourage you to carpool or use ride-sharing services (ie. Uber or Lyft), Downtown Redwood City has various locations for parking both at metered spots throughout the area and a number of parking structures through the city. There are various parking garages throughout the area but the closest and most convenient to the venue are the following:
Check-in will open at 9:30 AM (PT). After you’ve parked, please follow the orange signs saying “Workshop Day” and enter the San Mateo County History Museum to register. Please note that set up for the CMX Summit (taking place on Sept. 14 - 15) will be taking place directly in front of the museum during this time, so we kindly ask that you please walk around the tent and up the stairs to enter the building.
Please check out our live agenda up above! Please note that the agenda reflects your local time zone, and our first workshop will begin at 10:00 AM (PT).
If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking forward to seeing you all soon!
Director of Community Operations
Community Manager, Community and Impact
Head of Community Management, Community, Equity and Scaled Partnerships
Tiffany is the Director of Community Operations at Venafi, Strategic Community Advisor at Talkbase, and the Co-Founder of Community OPServations (a monthly community meetup to discuss all things CommOps). A three time CMX Summit speaker, she is nerdy about process efficiency, community program management, community tools, and all the things behind the scenes it takes to keep the gears of the community turning. Tiffany is based in San Francisco and enjoys spending time with her shiba inu Yoshi, drinking wine, and traveling - this year she’s found herself unexpectedly on a cold places tour and went to both Antarctica and Alaska.
Kemi leads the Community Management team in the Community, Equity and Scaled Partnerships organization in Meta and has experience in all community sectors. She is a firm believer in the power of community and has founded and manages many community groups on Facebook.