Email Marketing Community Group: July 2020 Discussion

The Email Marketing Community Group presents two panelists who will kick off the conversation then answer audience questions and comments. After the hour is over, we’ll continue the conversation on the #email-marketing Slack channel.


Email Marketing Community Group Discussion

 Registration is closed for this event
When
July 1st, 2020 3:00 PM   through   4:00 PM
Location
Online
Contact


Panelists

Tina Burnell

Web Marketing Specialist II
Office of Marketing and Brand Management
University of Southern Maine

Tina Burnell unknowingly started her career in email marketing in 2005 by using her HTML web development skills to build a customized monthly email bulletin in Microsoft Outlook as a marketing coordinator in the tourism industry. She has honed and expanded upon these skills in the Office of Marketing and Brand Management at the University of Southern Maine (USM) since 2012 and evolved from an email coding role to content and project management for all email marketing efforts. Additionally, Tina is part of the team working to switch USM’s email service provider from TargetX to Salesforce Marketing Cloud.

Fazia Rizvi

Webmaster
Center for Community College Student Engagement
University of Texas

Fazia currently serves as webmaster for the Center for Community College Student Engagement, a research and service initiative that is part of the Program in Higher Education Leadership at The University of Texas at Austin. With 25+ years of experience information technology in higher education, Fazia has been a part of decades of advancing technology for teaching and learning. She maintains the technical aspects of the Center’s email marketing efforts. Fazia also volunteers as the social media director for the Texas Water Safari, a 260+ mile canoe and kayak race from central Texas to the Gulf of Mexico every summer. She’s served as a puppy raiser and trainer for Guide Dogs of Texas, an organization that breeds and trains quality guide dogs for Texans who are visually impaired. She has a BA in Anthropology from Texas State University.