The 2021-22 Technology Project


The Technology Team, led by Chair Teresa Cheung, is continuing their work to upgrade, update, and maintain our branch information and communications through our website, social media, and other branch-related technology.
Learn more about our digital media tools –  Click Here.

2021-22 Technology Team Members

Teresa Cheung – Team Leader and Webmaster
Deborah Wechsler – Communications Manager and Mail Chimp Manager
Christine Ritter – Past President and EventBrite Manager
Isabel Lau – Social Media Manager
Linda Jimerson – Publicity Chair
Joanne Quijano – President and Directory and Database Manager

To contact the Tech Team Click Here 

The Goals

  • Make our website timely, informative, and easy to use.
  • Train members to embrace technology and use our website, social media more
  • Accomplish our branch goals through newer technology tools

Specific Tasks

  • Publicize our digital media tools so our general membership can communicate effectively
  • Put together fun and social programs to train our membership to use new technologies
  • Train board members to use Members Only page all the time
  • Train board members to submit information for Publicity, Website, Advocate through Submittal page
  • Assure all website pages are always up to date matching our activities and priorities
  • Make sure information from our monthly newsletter Advocate will also be shown on the website
  • Formulate a plan to archive branch historic information to be available in one area/cloud for easy retrieval when needed
  • Use our Technology Corner webpage to highlight what is the latest digital media happenings
  • Inventory our current digital media assets and retrieve missing account holders and passwords
  • Determine the best way to give sponsors visibility
  • Synchronize all databases used by the branch.  Determine how to stay in sync with national database, branch database (and directory), Mail Chimp email address list, etc.
  • Develop a system to manage database and permissions to contact of potential donors and invitees to branch events
  • Examine alternatives to the monthly newsletter for branch communication