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You’ve already put in the effort to get content out to your audience, so why not extend its life and drive revenue as well? By practicing the fine art of repurposing content, you can appeal to broader audiences of learners that have varying preferences for how they learn AND boost revenue at the same time.
Join Abhay, CMO of Feathr, and Amanda and Kara, two of Blue Sky eLearn’s association exec alums, for a walk through of 10 ideas for repurposing content that will help you increase non-dues revenue all while becoming the trusted provider of content to your learners.
Register here and we'll see you on May 30th, 2019 at 1 PM EDT!
Kara Adams, M.Ed, CAE
As a Client Success Manager at Blue Sky eLearn, Kara works closely with her association clients and advocates for their success by focusing on strategic ways to streamline processes, improve the learner’s experience and expand audiences to achieve short and long term goals. She has most recently held education leadership roles at two associations where she was charged with transforming online learning programs. She went through the LMS selection, implementation, and launch process with Blue Sky's Path LMS at both, and introduced many new learning initiatives along the way.
As a thought leader, she has co-authored and contributed to articles, collaborated as a webcast presenter, participated on panel discussions, and will be presenting again at the 2019 ASAE Annual Meeting.
Currently based in Chicago but originally from "out west", Kara has a diverse background in fundraising for higher education, at-risk youth program development and animal behavior. Kara enjoys having picnics with her two dogs and aspires to someday own an Airstream trailer to travel the country fly-fishing.
Amanda Davis, CMP
Amanda has nearly ten years of experience in the association world, strategically focused on learning products. With multiple association roles as Director of Learning & Development and Online Learning Manager, Amanda has a deep understanding of the adult learning landscape and what keeps association executives up at night. Amanda recognizes the importance of strong learning technologies for today’s nimble associations and hopes through her role with Blue Sky eLearn, she’ll be able to contribute to the success of our growing mix of association clients.
Amanda graduated from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, with a degree in Communications Studies with a concentration in Interpersonal Communications. She and her husband are parents of a two-year old boy, Leo. Amanda enjoys playing competitive tennis, completing DIY projects for their very own “Fixer Upper”, and community outreach activities through their church. Seemingly she stays very busy but is always sure to make time for family fun.