This session was originally released as part of EveryLibrary’s virtual online Library Advocacy and Funding Conference, LAFCON 2020.
Now more than ever, it is imperative that libraries understand the power of marketing in ways that truly connect with all audiences.
No time for blunders, patrons are looking to us to carry messages forward and provide them with information that connects deeply with who they are.
Join Kim in learning powerful tips to move this forward immediately. It doesn't have to be complicated, but it does need to work. This session is all about empowering you with the tools to build an inclusive marketing campaign that impacts audiences. You'll see how to build an inclusive campaign from start to finish. Get ready to to grow, learn, and implement these tools today!
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Kim Crowder has been featured by Forbes twice, where she was named an Anti-Racism Educator Your Company Needs Now.
Kim is an expert at communicating and connecting in powerful and engaging ways. Her deep knowledge of diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism (DEIA) is informed by years of executive-level DEIA practice and consulting in advocacy and implementation. Kim's compelling content, presentations, and consulting approach are powered by more than 16 years of work in marketing, journalism, communications, and DEIA for Fortune 500 and other large corporations.
During keynotes, Kim uses her background as a trained powerhouse vocalist to educate, bring healing, lift spirits, and inspire. Her authenticity and ability to be vulnerable invites others to do the same. She has been invited to speak and be interviewed about her expertise by Hubspot, Linking Indy Women, Hive Indy, Indy Maven, Monster.com, The American Library Association, and The Public Library Association, among others.
As a boutique firm, Kim and her team work across industries serving U.S. and international markets, from retailers to insurers to governmental agencies and the social sector. From Adobe to Good Catch Foods to Eon to the American Library Association, and on, Kim provides leaders and teams actionable tools to move initiatives forward long term.
Kim’s mission is to provide transformative, customized solutions, cultivate equitable workplaces, and harness the power of diverse input to foster innovation, inclusion, and forward-thinking within organizations and industries overall.