Presented by the Pacific Northwest Social Marketing Association (PNSMA)
Join Us to SPARK the Conversation!
Be inspired and get engaged with social marketing professionals from around the Northwest! Please join us Monday, December 15 for the annual SPARKS Conference. This year the conference will focus on how to connect innovations in behavior change with measurable results—and moving behavior change from theory towards effective implementation. Register and reserve your spot — you won’t want to miss out!
The 2014 SPARKS Conference will be held from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM on Monday, December 15. General registration starts at $100 – discounts and member pricing are available. To register, please click here.
For more information about PNSMA or to become a member, please visit the website.
Our keynote speakers for the 2014 SPARKS Conference will include:
• Nancy Hardwick, Hardwick Research
Navigating the Maze: Techniques to Find the Truth
• Kristin Pace, Local Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County
Theory to Strategy: Selecting Approaches for Success
• Jenn Leach, Seattle Tilth
Working Upstream with Retailers to Support Behavioral Change
• Heather Trim, Futurewise
Shore Friendly: Tackling the Big One -- Shoreline Armor
• Kate Hasting, The Cadmus Group
Co-Designing Health Systems Change With (not for) Communities
• Candy Castellanos, Waste Management
Turning Curbside Composting into a Social Norm
• Haley Cureton, Washington State Department of Health
Simple, Straightforward, Visual: Safe Sleep for Babies
• Rena Shawyer, Washington State Department of Labor & Industries
The Slippery Slope of Time Loss: Changing the Reliance on Wage Replacement in Washington’s Workers’ Compensation Insurance System
• Stef Frenzel, Snohomish County Surface Water Management
Don’t Drip & Drive- Helping Drivers Fix Their Leaky Cars
• Ha Na Park, C+C
Translation Meets Transcreation: Effective Strategies to Reach Diverse Communities
• Don Martin, Senior Health Educator
Overcoming Language and Cultural Barriers in Low-Cost Audience Research
• Mary Rabourn, King County Water & Land Resources Division
Talking to Spanish Speakers about Hazardous Products
Please help us spread the word by using #SPARKS14 and sending the registration link to all of your friends and fellow social marketers! Thanks, and we look forward to seeing you at the conference!
The Pacific Northwest Social Marketing Association
PNSMA is an organization made up of members of the social marketing community across the Pacific Northwest. Its purpose is to promote the general advancement of the practice and industry of social marketing, advance the interests of social marketing professionals, facilitate training, education and research, provide a forum for exchange of information related to the practice, and promote public understanding and education about social marketing.