AMADC Mentor Program Winter Event: “Ask the Experts”
Please note that this event is open only to Mentor Program participants
About The Program
We have marketing experts among us! The mentors participating in our program have a wealth of knowledge and experience in their respective areas of marketing. During this round-table session, you will have the opportunity to ask our mentors your most pressing questions in three of the following five areas:
Marketing Mystery (visit the table to find out!)
No questions? Our expert mentors will have 3 key insights to share about their area that you can toss out like a marketing rockstar at the next AMADC Networker.
Our goal is for everyone to leave the session with a greater understanding and perspective of these different areas of marketing. We’ll create a summary of the top 3 highlights from each area that will live in our Google Drive.
5:00-6:00 pm: Doors open, general mingle and mentors and proteges can meet
6:00-8:00 pm: Round tables
8:00 - 8:30 pm: Wrap-up and close
About the Facilitators:
Our very own mentors! Holli Beckman, Mark Devito, Joe Donnelly, Dennis Goris, Stuart Granger, Beth Hampton, Joy Haugen, Angela Hausman, Brent Hayhurst, Jim Healy, Cathy Johnson, Joy Levin, Hunter Montgomery, Walter Pollard, Wendy Price, Carol Shottes, Doug Stine and Julia Wilton
General Assembly is thrilled to support AMADC's mentor program and contribute to a growing community of marketing professionals in the DC area. Since launching the DC campus in 2013, General Assembly has provided practical, skills-based learning opportunities for over 35,000 professionals in the DC area, ranging from events, workshops, part-time courses, and full-time programs. As the marketers toolkit continues to evolve, we hope to be there as a resource for AMADC members throughout their careers, whether leveling up on the latest skills in Digital Marketing, Data Analytics, User Experience Design, or Web Development. In line with GA's mission to empower people to pursue the work they love, we're excited to be part of the AMADC mentor program, that's focused on building relationships that foster sharing, learning, and career growth.