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Joy Burwell

Director of Communications, National Council for Behavioral Health

Meet the #NatCon19 Twitter Ambassadors

March 12, 2019 | Conference Speakers | Comments
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Wondering how you’re going to consume all NatCon19 has to offer? Not able to attend? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. For the fifth year, we have top-notch Twitter Ambassadors who through their live-tweeting of #NatCon19, will share their unique perspectives and give you an insider’s view of our general sessions with speakers like Atul Gawande, MD, bestselling author, renowned surgeon and public health leader and Linda Rosenberg, president and CEO of the National Council thought leader sessions, workshops, the film festival and more.

We’re excited to announce this year’s Twitter Ambassadors. Follow along with them on Twitter — use #NatCon19 — and join the conversation. Be part of our Tweet Team, either onsite or online.

#NatCon19 Twitter Ambassadors:

@StampStigma Laura Shanks is a social media consultant for Stamp Out Stigma, an initiative directed by the Association for Behavioral Health and Wellness. She has more than five years of professional social media experience, primarily in the education and health care fields. Last year was Laura’s first NatCon and she’s looking forward to her first year as a Twitter Ambassador at NatCon19.

 

 

@StuckonSW Sean Erreger is a licensed clinical social worker in Upstate New York with experience in a variety of community, hospital and school-based programs. He blogs about the intersection of social work, mental health, health care and technology at www.stuckonsocialwork.com.

 

 

 

@CBHA_Updates Eliza Caliolio graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communications from the California State University, Sacramento in 2014. Prior to joining the team at the California Council of Community Behavioral Health Agencies, Eliza worked at the Mental Health Oversight and Accountability Commission where she supervised student assistants and oversaw the creation of “The Prop 63 Story” book project under the guidance of the director of communications.

 

Each year, the National Council selects three to five ambassadors for NatCon based on multiple criteria, including passion, reach, experience, voice, perspective and information provided in the application. Ambassadors’ comments reflect their own thoughts and impressions; however, sometimes, they may also tweet using their company’s Twitter handle.  We encourage anyone interested in becoming a #NatCon20 Twitter Ambassador to follow #BH365 throughout the year for information about the program and how to apply.

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