Liz White, our Community Associations team leader, is co-presenting The Good & Bad of Social Media for HOAs: How to Use Social Media Effectively in Your HOA – and Protect Your Association and Board on Thursday, March 22, 2018.
HOAleader.com, a national online publication for homeowner associations, is hosting this webinar. Liz contributes to HOAleader.com and has presented multiple webinars through the platform.
- How social media can help community associations and how it can damage them
- The benefits of setting up social media policies and practices
- What to include and not to include in those policies
- Which social media sites are best for what purposes; for example, when is Facebook a good platform for community associations? What about Twitter?
- How to determine who should be in charge of your association’s social media accounts and how they should determine what to respond to and even delete
- What types of posts help you meet your community association’s social media goals and what types can interfere with your goals
- Real-life examples of how community associations got tripped up by social media madness
- Tips for handling sticky situations, including attacks on your association, your board, or your owners, plus outright falsifications, when they arise
- The most recent news and legal issues that have arisen when it comes to social media and community associations
- And much more!
Liz leads our firm’s national Community Associations industry team and works in our Williamsburg, Virginia office. She is widely regarded as a thought leader in this industry and is a frequent speaker at CAI (Community Association Institute) events on topics relating to community association law. She is a regular contributor to publications such as www.HOAleader.com. Liz teaches a class on community association law at William and Mary Law School, which is the only one of its kind in Virginia and one of only a handful nationwide.
Liz is co-presenting the webinar with Melissa Garcia, who provides advice and counsel to Colorado associations in all areas of community association law.