Diocese of Oakland Social Media and Communication Summit

Thank you for attending the Diocese of Oakland Social Media & Communication Summit on Nov 15, 2013 from 9am to 3pm. This communication summit brought together 150+ Priests, Principals, Youth Leaders and other key outreach staff from all over Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.

On this page you will find: (1) Materials including PowerPoints, workbooks, and resources from the workshop and (2) Application to a complimentary consultation session with David Mitroff, Ph.D. to review your organizations Social Media, member retention, outreach efforts, etc. strategies and offer feedback.

Download presentations and materials:

The presentations and materials below are not intended to offer specific marketing, legal or financial advice. Each organization is unique, please consult with qualified professionals (register below for your complimentary consulting session) to discuss your situation. The information provided during our workshops are for informational purposes only and accuracy is not guaranteed. All files are intended for use as is by Diocese of Oakland and those who attended the workshop. These copyrighted materials and cannot be re-sold or re-used in part or whole without prior consent from Piedmont Avenue Consulting.

Session 1 Presentation Oakland Summit

Session 1 Workbook Oakland Summit

Session 2 Presentation Oakland Summit

Session 2 Workbook Oakland Summit

Session 3 Presentation Oakland Summit

Session 3 Workbook Oakland Summit

Apply for post event consultation session with David Mitroff, Ph.D.,

The consulting sessions focus on strategy around new media marketing. To qualify please fill out the application below which will be reviewed by both the Oakland Diocese staff and David Mitroff to best determine which organizations are best prepared to leverage these services. Based on demand, David will try to meet with as many organizations as possible who are interested in moving forward and strengthening their organization using social media.

Schedule a Follow up session with David Mitroff, Ph.D.: