Three top community managers working in the education space share the lessons they’ve learned building a vibrant and engaging program.
The best practices shared will come from education-focused organizations, but will be equally valuable to others in the nonprofit and startup sectors, too.
Unfamiliar with the role of the education+nonprofit community manager? This is a great opportunity to discover why education and nonprofit organizations are investing in the community manager role.
Black Parents Association
President Of The Board Of Directors
Indiana University Alumni Association
Director of Strategic Initiatives
Community Lead & Marketing
I am the lead of community and teacher marketing at ClassDojo (classdojo.com) and the 2021 Community Professional of the Year for an Education Community.
ClassDojo is a school communication platform that teachers, students, and families use every day to build close-knit communities.
In my role, I oversee the ClassDojo Community where educators from around the world come together for support, education, and the sharing of ideas. I oversee the engagement, strategy, and structure of all our community spaces. I also plan, draft, and execute marketing campaigns to support, engage, and encourage sharing among ClassDojo teachers.
Eli loves to be a connector, bringing community together. He's been a volunteer manager, an event producer and a digital campaigner. Basically he'll take any job that allows him to enable a group of passionate people to join together to create meaningful relationships.
Currently Eli works as Community Manager with TechSoup, producing events and supporting the TechSoup Connect #Tech4Good chapters.