Conversations change the world. The spark for what turns out to be a big idea rarely happens in solitude. In an age of information overload, what we might need now more than anything is more community and conversation. This webinar will help you learn how to form your own personal board of advisors, be purposeful about cross-pollinating networks, and create communities of interest or group mentoring networks that can help you achieve your goals in life, career and more.
Clint Schaff (B.A. '00) is a communications executive, educator and entrepreneur with 16+ years of integrated marketing and agency management experience driving business results for complex businesses, brands and organizations. He aims to drive advocacy through communications, and leverage social and digital media to foster community and drive collaboration.
He is currently the vice president of strategy and development for the Los Angeles Times. He has built and led agency teams for Camp Playa, M80, The Wonderful Company, Golin and Edelman -- where his work for Call of Duty won the Grand Effie, Gold Effie and Gold Sabre.
Clint has served as an adjunct professor for USC Annenberg for 8+ years in its Digital Social Media and Strategic Public Relations master's degree programs. His shares expertise through public speaking (PR News, Social Media Week, BlogWorld, Digital Hollywood, Silicon Beach Fest, TECHmunch, UCLA) and as a media source (PR Week, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, SiriusXM's Dirty Pop Live, 790 KABC Radio).
He is a volunteer leader for worthy organizations (New Leaders Council, Public Relations Society of America, Social Media Club, and the University of Minnesota Alumni Association).