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Jessie Spielvogel

Vice President – Digital
Fenton

Jessie Spielvogel is a Vice President of Fenton’s digital practice in Washington, DC. where she focuses on digital storytelling and integrated communications campaigns.  She is an experienced digital communications strategist who has worked with nonprofits and private sector brands to elevate key stories for social impact. Prior to joining the Fenton team, Jessie worked with the United Nations Foundation where she was the Director of Digital Media and Marketing. At UN Foundation, she helped to shape digital strategies for the umbrella brand and worked across multiple event marketing campaigns and initiatives to support the Sustainable Development Goals. She has implemented digital communications plans for global events such as the Social Good Summit in New York, #SDGLive at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Women Deliver in Copenhagen, Families +SocialGood in London, Earth to Paris in France, the World Government Summit in Dubai, and more. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Texas State University, and is an NYU Stern MBA 2021 candidate. She sits on the YoungNationALZ Junior Board of the Alzheimer’s Association in Washington, DC.

Jessie Spielvogel’s Session(s):


2:55 pm–3:40 pm — Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Social Media at International Organizations

This panel will share insights on: 

  • How to centralize social media in a decentralized multilingual international organization
  • Using trending conversations to increase reach and engagement
  • Effective influencer outreach to amplify your message
  • Effectively harnessing social to convince people to care about issues that matter
  • How to do more with less to grow support in a fiercely competitive and constantly evolving digital landscape
  • Strategies for ensuring a “social first” approach in organizations with a more traditional mindset

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