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Sherry Heyl

Sensei Project
Social Media Director
Sherry Heyl started working exclusively on social media projects in 2005 (before Facebook was open to the public). Early projects included monitoring social media to identify competition and market opportunities for start-up clients, providing online reputation management guidance for ADP and working with AutoTrader.com on a blogger relations project as well as assisted in developing their internal social media platform. These projects led to leading Brand Atlanta's award-winning "How Do You ATL" social media campaign and managing Public Broadcasting of Atlanta's social community outreach program, Lens on Atlanta. Sherry has worked extensively with non-profits building awareness and leading fundraising and volunteer recruitment campaigns, including Atlanta Children's Shelter, Center for the Visually Impaired, and Communities In Schools of Georgia. Sherry is the Co-Founder of SoCon, Atlanta's premiere and longest running social media conference. Sherry was also the Co-Founder of the TAG Enterprise 2.0 society (renamed TAG Social Business) and the Co-Founder of The Change Challenge, a 6 month competition that paired volunteers with nonprofits to launch a sustainable social media program.

My Speakers Sessions

Monday, October 6

4:30pm EDT