Who can attend?
Attending the Heads of Digital networking events is free and exclusive to CharityComms organisational members.
These events are for digital leads only as we will be discussing strategic issues.
About the events
The group meets three times a year to discuss strategic issues facing digital leads at large charities. Past discussion topics include digital literacy, content strategy, defining success, in-house vs agencies and the digital delivery of services.
The format of the evening is facilitator-led discussions, feeding into the group as a whole. There’s also plenty of time for networking.
Heads of Digital steering group
- Jacqui Darlow, head of digital marketing, Dogs Trust
- Neil Gunn, head of digital transformation, Ramblers
- Lynn Roberts, head of digital comms, Action for Children (maternity leave)
- Samantha Doe, digital engagement lead, Action for Children
- Robyn North, head of digital, Wood Green, The Animals Charity
- Sharon Jones, head of digital at The King’s Fund
- Ezinda Franklin-Houtzager, head of digital marketing at Blue Cross
If you’re interested in joining the steering group please email Vanessa to find out more.
To be added to the Heads of Digital mailing list please email email@example.com.
Our 20 May event is sponsored by:
Immediate Media works with over 15 charities and membership organisations to increase supporter engagement. Creating bespoke digital audience development strategies for clients including RSPB, WWF and English Heritage, the focus is on harnessing platforms to drive transactions whether they are commercial, retention or advocacy.
Immediate Media are experienced in optimising supporter journeys as both strategic consultants but also, importantly, as programme and creative delivery partners. Combining business intelligence with in the field experience means that Immediate Media support charities to avoid the digital engagement pitfalls and maximise both immediate and long term gains.
Heads of Digital – September 2021
The group is designed to encourage networking and peer-to-peer support, sharing issues in a ‘safe’ and relaxed environment.