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Thursday, September 12 • 6:00pm - 8:00pm
CMX Connect DC: The Rise of Community Builders

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Quality community professionals are in high demand, and that means career opportunities. Some folks boosted their income by changing jobs or roles. Others got raises by proving their value. The bottom line was this – the average community professional compensation in a 2015 sample approached $80,000. Community strategists and community directors are regularly earning over $100,000.

What’s next?

Community Management as a profession has been growing increasingly important. Quality community professionals are in high demand, and that means career opportunities. 
Some folks boosted their income by changing jobs or roles. Others got raises by proving their value. The bottom line was this – the average community professional compensation in a 2015 sample approached $80,000. Community strategists and community directors are regularly earning over $100,000.

What does community mean? 
What does a Community Manager do?
Where does it fit in the work culture? 
Why is this so important for companies and brands to engage in community? 
What’s the next opportunity down this career path?

Join CMX Connect DC in its launch event to support the community professionals in the Greater Washington, D.C. Region to grow and accelerate their career potential.

Speakers
avatar for Steven A. Rodriguez

Steven A. Rodriguez

Startup Programs Regional Manager US/Canada, Techstars
avatar for Brandon Dubé

Brandon Dubé

Senior Product Manager, FiscalNote
avatar for Mollie Coleman

Mollie Coleman

Founder, High Calibur Events
avatar for Andrew Nguyen

Andrew Nguyen

Partner, Build Your Own Brand Inc.
avatar for Maryann Lombardi

Maryann Lombardi

Chief Creative Economy Officer, Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Cable TV, Film, Music and Entertainment (OCTFME)
Working with an entrepreneurial approach, Maryann Lombardi has spent the past 20 years at the intersection of culture and commerce. She is the Chief Creative Economy Officer in Washington D.C. at the Office of Cable TV, Film, Music and Entertainment, where she is working to grow the... Read More →
avatar for Adriana Mendoza

Adriana Mendoza

Co-Founder, Femme Fatale DC


Thursday September 12, 2019 6:00pm - 8:00pm EDT
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