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September Luncheon: Become A Royal Content Creator (Who Effectively Builds A Community)

Tuesday, September 27, 2022, 11:45 AM until 1:00 PM
Evangel University Student Union Dining Hall, Private Dining Room. Watch for signage.
1111 N. Glenstone Ave.
Springfield, MO  65802
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Become A Royal Content Creator (Who Effectively Builds A Community)

When she’s not chasing her toddler or 150-pound fluffy horse-dog, you’ll find Cris Swaters at Disney World. She’s only kind of kidding.

Anyway, in January, she started as the public affairs officer for the Springfield Police Department. While she wears many hats in the role, community building on social media is her favorite. Prior to this new role, Cris was the social media specialist for City Utilities where she spent six years building the utility’s social media community and engagement. Cris has a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Missouri State University in public relations and communications, respectively. 

While she doesn’t have experience using social media to sell widgets, the skills used to build an effective community are the foundation of any good social media strategy. In the end, an engaged community is a community that buys what you’re selling – whether you’re selling widgets or a good PR message. We are excited to welcome Cris this month as our featured speaker.
What to know: Our monthly luncheons are held the fourth Tuesday each month and includes great networking, lunch and incredible professional development. We meet in a private dining room at Evangel University Student Union Dining Hall at 11:45 a.m.
Cost: $12 for members; $8 for students; and $17 for nonmembers