View Webinar: Using Social Media as a Tool for Empowerment & Advocacy

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In honor of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD), The Well Project presented the webinar, "Using Social Media as a Tool for Empowerment and Advocacy" on March 10, 2015. If you were unable to attend the webinar, we invite you to view the recorded webinar and share with your networks who may be interested in learning how to better use social media in HIV advocacy. Moderated by The Well Project's Executive Director, Krista Martel, the topics presented by our team of experts included how to:

  • Share your story to break down the significant impact of HIV-related stigma, Michelle Anderson (Community Advisory Board, A Girl Like Me, NWGHAAD Ambassador)
  • Maximize the impact of your message by avoiding stigmatizing language, Vickie Lynn (Community Advisory Board, A Girl Like Me)
  • Most effectively use and navigate major social media tools, including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, Maria Mejia (Global Ambassador, Community Advisory Board, A Girl Like Me, NWGHAAD Ambassador)

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