Adding To The Community Conversation: Cecilia Fernandez

10/10/2019 5:18 AM | Paul Venderley (Administrator)

You may have noticed greater activity on our social media pages.  This is all due to the contributions of our new Social Media Manager, Cecilia Fernandez.

Cecilia came to us months ago with a proposal for managing the Chapter’s social media.  Not just Facebook, which has been administered by the dedicated Nancy Chavez, but all our channels, including LinkedIn and Twitter.  To be honest, we got excited. Social media has been an opportunity of growth for us for a while, and Cecilia’s plan outlined a way forward.

Having obtained her BA in Organizational Communications studies from CSU Stanislaus, Cecilia moved to Orange County three years ago.  She has ten years of banking, presentation, and sales experience, and now has the pleasure of working as a Learning and Development trainer for Farmers and Merchants bank.  She joined ATD OC at the guidance of her manager, and recently enjoyed attending the Total Trainer - Creating Training class.

Today, if a social media post from ATD-OC catches your eye, you can acknowledge Cecilia's hand in making our channels appealing and engaging.  We encourage you to comment on that post! Share it! Help us spread the word - not just about the Chapter, but about the potential that the talent development community has for all of us to invest, connect, and grow.



If you have yet to find us on social media, here are a few links:

LinkedIn:  

  • Page:  https://www.linkedin.com/company/astd-orange-county-chapter/

  • Group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/142986/

Visit the Company Page for updates about coming events and current successes, visit our Group to engage in a discussion about trends and other talent development topics you’d like to explore.

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/ASTDOC/

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/astdOC

YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvlI2jzc43HtBcGEK5ohvzQ
This is our fledgling channel, as social media goes.  We’re exploring how to best utilize this media, as well as other image-centric channels, to support the visual side of talent development.   

Tell us!
If the channel you get the most value from isn’t listed above, we’d like to know about it!  Email us at smoc@atdoc.org and tell us which channel you use, how and what you learn from it, and how you’d like to see ATDOC represented among the rest of the folks you follow.


We look forward to connecting with you in your social media channel of choice. 







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