IFHIMA needs social media expertise to advance globally consistent, standardized communications across platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, FaceBook, Linked In, What’s App. Today IFHIMA’s social media presence is weak and uncoordinated. While the website platform and content has been enhanced over the past years, and this helps keep our members current, social media has become a key medium to create image and brand, advance messages, and be timely in external communication
Volunteer candidates do NOT have to have a major social media presence. Rather, they must have working knowledge of some social media platforms and be willing to help increase IFHIMA’s social media presence. The IFHIMA regions will also benefit from this initiative.
Through this opportunity volunteers will help spread the word in social media-and learn for themselves the value of social media.