Due to the unique circumstances of 2020, many businesses have been required to quickly pivot and establish a strong presence online, which has been challenging for those who weren’t already in the game or may not have a team behind them.
Wondering how you can successfully market your brand solo on Instagram in 2021?
Join us on Thursday, February 4th at 12pm PT for a live discussion hosted by Irene Walker, Program Director at Facebook Elevate, with Nana Agyemang, Social Media Strategist and CEO at EveryStylishGirl. Nana will be sharing her impressive industry knowledge for our first Elevate Live of the year to give solopreneurs the tips and tools they need to not only manage their Instagram effectively but truly thrive online.
Nana Agyemang | Speaker
Nana Agyemang is a multimedia journalist and entrepreneur who has worked for New York Magazine, ELLE magazine, The New York Times and BBC News. As part of her continued passion to display diversity in media, she created EveryStylishGirl as an Instagram blog in July 2016. She has since developed EveryStylishGirl into a successful consulting and networking platform for women of color to connect and build their brands. In addition to running EveryStylishGirl, Nana loves to report on social activism and women entrepreneurs.
Irene Walker | Host
Irene Walker is a proven leader in program management, learning and development in digital media, with specialization in product, sales, and marketing. Irene has spent 17+ years developing unique and experiential programs to engage learning audiences with various styles and is known for bringing a spark to traditional forms of program management and training. Prior to becoming the Program Director for Facebook Elevate, Irene was a Senior Director at Yahoo! and Pandora. Today she focuses on strategic and measurable training initiatives in partnership with marketing and product teams, as well as being a compelling presenter and trainer. Irene is equally motivated in life by her personal dedication to social impact and community-based organizations.