2021 Technology Project

This year, President Chris Ritter and Webmaster Teresa Cheung are leading a project to upgrade and update our branch information and communication through our website, social media, and other branch-related technology.

The  Tech Team  (Please Contact Us here)

Teresa Cheung –  Team leader, 2020-2021 Webmaster
Christine Ritter – President 2020-2021
Deborah Wechsler –  2020-2021 Immediate Past President, Parliamentarian
Isabel Lau – 2020-2021 Social Media Manager
Linda Jimerson – 2020-2021 Publicity Chair
Joanne Quijano – 2020-2021 Database Manager

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 program to train our membership to use new technologies
  • Train Board Members to use Members Only page all the time
  • Encourage Board Members getting emails inquiries from Contact Us page
  • 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 our monthly newsletter Advocate information will also be shown in 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 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 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