Social media: managing risk and staying safe

  • Build your confidence in social media community management, mis- and disinformation and managing risky content.

    At this free 3-hour social media training for not-for profits, Social Good's Katie Brown will share:

    • how to manage risky content and comments
    • what systems to put in place to manage disinformation and 'bad actors'
    • how to plan a mini-campaign that reaches your audience and keeps you safe
    • tools and tricks to get your messages to the right people
    • how to manage your online community.

    Leave with the tools and knowledge to deliver your important messages on social media, feeling confident and safe to deliver for your communities!

    About Katie
    Katie Brown ( (Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Whātua) is a digital strategist doing social media, communications, marketing, and strategy for local and international organisations. She’s worked in digital channels since the start of her career at Trade Me and now runs her own business Social Good whose focus is on using their digital powers for furthering good mahi for the people or the planet. She led the digital communications for Aotearoa’s All-of-Government response to Covid-19 and has worked with many businesses, organisations and government agencies to deliver high-quality, audience-focused digital strategy. She’s a certified community trainer for Meta/Facebook and loves helping people feel comfortable and empowered in their online spaces.

    This is a Community Comms Collective workshop for not-for-profits and collective volunteers hosted by Volunteer Wellington and supported by JacksonStone & Partners. We are grateful for their support and for our speaker giving her time and talent pro bono.

    St John's in the City conference room is wheelchair accessible - please contact the Church Office with any queries.

    Date and time

    Friday 10 May 2024 | 9.30am-12.30pm


    St John's in the City Conference Centre, Willis Street, Wellington


    here by Monday 6 May

    KOHA: welcome to Volunteer Wellington to cover venue/morning tea

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