How Is Social Media Changing The Way People Give To Causes? [PSFK SEATTLE]

How Is Social Media Changing The Way People Give To Causes?  [PSFK SEATTLE]
technology

Julie Dixon of Georgetown University discusses social media's impact on philanthropy.

Matt Sabourin
  • 23 june 2013

At last month’s PSFK SEATTLE event, we invited innovative people to discuss their latest projects and reveal the inspiration that lead to their creation. One of those individuals was Julie Dixon, a researcher who investigates the changing ways we interact with and support the significant social issues facing the world today. As a researcher, adjunct professor and director of Georgetown University’s Center for Social Impact Communication, she works with hundreds of organizations annually, equipping them to more effectively engage people in their work and to share the compelling stories of their impact.

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