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Speakers - CASE Europe Social Media and Community Conference

Chairs

Daniel Marrable
Senior Social & Digital Media Officer
University of Glasgow

Daniel oversees UofG's Social Media Channels which reach over 1 million people each week. Since joining the University in 2015, Daniel has put much of his efforts into creating engaging and varying digital content that appeals to UofG's audience locally and abroad. In 2016 Daniel was part of the team that won CIPR, HEIST & PRIDE awards: Best Use of Social Media for the promotion of UofG's Gravitational Waves Discovery. If he's not running around the University with his mobile phone Steadicam; you can find Daniel brainstorming projects & mentoring his Social Media Student Officers, or providing training and advice for the university community in his ever growing University Social Media Roundtable. Outside of work Daniel is an artist and regularly displays his work in galleries around Scotland including the Royal Scottish Academy. If you've taken the time to read all the way to the bottom, congratulations, tweet at him: @TERRIBLEm86 (same handle across all relevant social media channels).


Amy Mollett
Social Media Manager
London School of Economics

Amy Mollett is Social Media Manager at the London School of Economics, where she has introduced the university's first social media strategy and built its social channels to be recognized for their mix of academic commentary and student-generated content. She is the co-author is Communicating Your Research with Social Media: A Practical Guide to Using Blogs, Podcasts, Data Visualisations and Video (SAGE, 2017). Amy previously managed several academic blogs at LSE, including LSE Review of Books and the LSE Impact Blog. With her co-authors, Amy has won a Times Higher Education Award for Knowledge Exchange. Amy is a graduate of the London School of Economics and the University of Sussex. She tweets @amybmollett.



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