From the incessant sharing of selfies, to peeking at social media feeds while dining out, to walking down a street absorbed in a cell phone… we have all seen how shockingly quick social media has impacted the way we behave, think and react. We are living Gene Roddenberry’s imagination when he created Star Trek. In this discussion, Lynn will guide a discussion of the good and bad of social media and how history might look back upon these past decades. What will be Social Media’s legacy to future generations? A reading syllabus will be provided electronically to put everyone on the same page for this discussion.
Lynn Randle has spent her career researching behavior as a marketing and communications consultant. With a long list of clients across numerous industries, Lynn has helped many companies become more customer-focused in in finding unique needs to fill. She served as Vice President of the Wirthlin Group, a firm known for providing the communications strategy of the Reagan White House before founding a successful strategic marketing and communications company in California. Augmenting a double major of Marketing and Journalism from Cal State, Lynn also holds a graduate degree in International Relations, as well as a graduate degree in Communications Research from Stanford University.
Choose between Live ZOOM Class Session or Recorded, Tuesday, May 4 from 10:00-11:30 am $10. Enrollment in the Live ZOOM Option is limited. To register for the course, or for more information about Chesapeake Forum Winter/Spring 2021 classes go to our website at https://chesapeakeforum.org/ or visit us on Facebook.
Tuesday, May 4 at 10:00am to 11:30am