Join us for our next meeting!

Monday – Aug 14, 2017 (6:00 PM – 8:30 PM)

“The Future of Social Media: Personal & Corporate Branding”

As professionals, our networks are and continue to be our biggest assets. However, in the future of social media, those networks take on a bigger meaning from both a personal branding perspective as well as in our relationships with our employers. The intellectual property that each of us has accrued over our careers also becomes an asset that can be leveraged on behalf of our employers. All of this will become part of the emergence of what we are calling “employee advocacy,” but the future of social media holds the key to unlocking the value of what each of us can provide to our future employers.

About our Speaker:: Neal Schaffer

Neal Schaffer is an Irvine-based social media agency CEO and global social media influencer. He has published three books on social media, educates executives on social media marketing at Rutgers University and the Irish Management Institute, and has been invited to be a keynote speaker on social media on four continents. Find out more about Neal at

*** Free admission, but YOU MUST RSVP to or email RSVP ***

Attendance is FREE!! To do this, no meal will be provided (although we will be providing cookies and bottled water)

We meet at (IRWD) Irvine Ranch Water District Community Meeting Room – 15500 Sand Canyon Ave, Irvine, CA 92618.

Note from the Chairman

Dear SCQAA-OC Members,

Great news friends. This month’s speaker is Neal Schaffer. He will be speaking on “The Future of Social Media: Personal & Corporate Branding”. He has published books and presents often. You don’t want to miss out on this meeting.

Join us, learn and network with your colleagues.

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The Board would like to hear from you if you have and good speakers you recommend.

See you at the August 14th meeting.

Mark Harbin
SCQAA-OC Chairman