Amelia Tran

Chief Marketing Officer
Tavern Community Coworking
Amelia Tran is an award-winning digital marketer and community leader known for her exceptional ability to drive results and manage with compassion at startups, global media agencies, and tech companies. She has successfully overseen multi-million dollar budgets for some of the world’s most dynamic brands, including Google, L'Oreal, Bayer, and Shell. At iSpot.tv, a leading TV ad measurement platform, Amelia developed the digital marketing and field marketing divisions and produced iSpot's most coveted event, TV Disrupt, twice, reinforcing their dominance in the tech industry.

As a speaker, Amelia shares her knowledge of marketing, leadership, and workforce culture and has taken the stage multiple times at Social Fresh and Social Media Strategies Summit. She also shares her personal experiences as a minority female in tech, offering insights on how to balance career growth while living one's best life.

Amelia has been recognized with multiple awards and opportunities, including the title of Changemaker from Baruch College (her alma mater), a Fellowship with the Advertising Club of NY, and won Best Social Campaign from the Social Star Awards. Her work and thoughts are featured in Business Insider, eMarketer, Digiday, Inc., and other notable publications, and she is included in lists of top marketers and women to follow.

In her spare time, Amelia advises minority and women-owned startups, connects marketers with other marketers, works out, and enjoys traveling the world. To date, she has explored all continents except Antarctica.

Amelia Tran’s Session

10:45 a.m.–11:30 a.m. Pacific — Wednesday, February 22, 2023

Panel: The State of Social Media – Where Are the Biggest Opportunities for Marketers?

This panel of cross-industry brands will discuss the state of social media as we begin 2023, along with some of the best opportunities marketers should consider. 

Topics include:

  • Creative ways brands can approach new platforms
  • How to gauge whether a new platform is worth exploring
  • What consumers now expect of brands online and how marketers can meet them there
  • Scrappy social media tactics like engagement polls, recurring series, searching for and engaging with social mentions
  • Short-form video where it makes sense for your brand (TikTok, Reels, YouTube Shorts)
  • The return to community management and what it can do for brand engagement
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