Sure, LinkedIn is the world’s largest networking platform, with more than half a billion members. But savvy entrepreneurs and small business owners know it’s also a powerful tool for building your brand, expanding your platform, and marketing your business. Join us on March 2 when LinkedIn Learning producer Starshine Roshell shows how to amplify your impact on LinkedIn by creating your company page, engaging with potential clients, and creating branded content.
About Starshine Roshell
The recipient of the AWC’s National Headliner Award in 2019, Starshine Roshell is a veteran journalist and communications pro who produces courses for LinkedIn Learning. One of many newsroom staffers to leave the Santa Barbara News-Press in protest over the publisher’s breaches of journalistic ethics in 2006, Starshine joined the Santa Barbara Independent, where readers voted her Best Columnist for 11 straight years. She has written for dozens of publications from The Hollywood Reporter to the New York Post, taught journalism at UCSB and Santa Barbara City College, and managed communications at Fielding Graduate University and editorial at lynda.com. A volunteer with the News Literacy Project, she is passionate about media literacy and stopping the spread of misinformation online. Her most recent book of columns is Lather, Rage, Repeat: Frank Talk on Night Sweats, Day Drinking & Twitter.
AWCSB March Member Spotlight: Patricia Houghton Clarke
A self-taught photographer trained in life painting, drawing, and fabric arts, Patricia is particularly interested in culture, history, and human nature. She has decades of travel in more than 40 countries and years of work in visual arts and social justice efforts, including project creation, photography, fine art exhibitions, teaching, live presentations, community development, and fund-raising.
She is the co-founder of an award-winning affordable housing nonprofit and volunteer with refugee-support organizations, and her work has been an exploration of humanity, both near and far, from the jungles of Borneo to the Drag culture of Southern California. Clarke’s interest in blending photographic work with a quest to promote understanding between cultures has powered her imagery for many years. She has been active in many local nonprofit organizations, including the Santa Barbara Bowl, Fund For Santa Barbara, Summer Solstice, PARC Foundation, among others.
Patricia’s award-winning photography has been featured in exhibitions and publications around the United States and Europe. A collection of her imagery is included in the Barack Obama Presidential Library collection in the National Archives.
She is the Owner of Patricia Clarke Studio in Carpinteria, CA.
Facing Ourselves Project | Fine Art Photography
Wednesday, March 2, 5:30 PM PT
AWC-SB Members Free, Non-Members $10