The Pacific Northwest Social Marketing Association has announced that the 9th annual SPARKS conference will be held virtually over the course of two days on Monday, December 6th and Tuesday, December 7th. Over a dozen social marketing experts from across the Pacific Northwest will speak on behavior change related to some of the most urgent issues we face, including public health, injury prevention, environmental health and protection, and community well-being.
There are varying prices for registration, which is open until December 3rd.
Here is a snapshot of the speakers:
Wesley Schultz: The Power of Persuasive Positives
Sonja Martin Poole: The Role of Social Marketing in Achieving Racial Equity
Nancy Lee: 10 Social Marketing Success Stories from Around the Globe
Jessica Branom-Zwick and Peggy Campbell: Behavior Change Retention: it worked but did it stick?
Julie Colehour: The art of managing up: How to use social marketing strategies to navigate leadership approvals and the political landscape
For more details and/or to register, click here.