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It's a unique opportunity to watch the most sought-after CLA content. Each stream delves deep into a key CLA topic, industry trend, or case study. Simply sign up to watch any of our upcoming live sessions. 

🎥 Access exclusive talks and presentations
✅ Develop your understanding of key topics and trends
🗣 Hear from experienced community leaders
👨‍💻 Enjoy regular in-depth sessions

Take a look at what we've got coming up 👇

  • How people not platforms define “community”
  • Ambassador Acceleration: Nurturing community success through strategic programs
  • Navigating global growth: Extend impact & engagement

Scaling beyond boundaries

May 16, 2024
5:00 pm BST | 12:00 pm EDT

Are you ready to elevate your community-building game? Join us for an enriching session titled 'Nurturing Community Success Through Strategic Programs.'

In this dynamic exploration, we'll delve into the crucial elements of effective community development. From personalization and authenticity to fostering engagement and empowerment, we'll equip you with actionable strategies to ensure your initiatives resonate deeply with your audience.

✨ Learn how to place your community at the forefront, tailoring programs that align with their unique needs and aspirations.
✨ Discover the transformative power of collaboration as we delve into forging strategic partnerships that amplify impact.
✨ And, of course, we'll discuss the importance of tracking metrics and adapting strategies for continual growth and improvement.

By the end of our session, you'll walk away inspired and armed with the tools to cultivate vibrant, resilient communities that endure the test of time. Don't miss this opportunity to ignite your community-building journey!

Meet the speaker:

Megan Colombo, Community Director at Yelp

As a Community Director for Yelp, Megan Colombo connects the community with great local businesses through remarkable event experiences, social media, marketing partnerships, and online engagement. She frequently presents and moderates panels for universities, marketing agencies, and chamber groups, in addition to being a local improviser on comedy teams throughout the Philly area. Her expertise in scaling and feedback comes from over five years of Community Management experience, serving both Rochester, NY and Philadelphia, PA constituencies. Megan received her Bachelor of Music from Nazareth College in 2015, and can be found exploring Philly’s many parks and eateries with her beagle Freddy Sue.

Winning over the skeptics: How to turn execs and detractors into key community allies

June 13, 2024
5:00 pm BST | 12:00 pm EDT

Delve into the art of building robust community alliances that not only fortify your brand but also fuel sustainable growth. Join us for practical insights and actionable steps, equipping you to navigate challenges, foster genuine connections, and ultimately convert skeptics into your most ardent advocates.

Key discussion points:

✨ Navigating skepticism: Explore effective strategies to understand and navigate skepticism from executives, influencers, and vocal critics, turning potential challenges into opportunities for engagement.

✨ Building executive support: Learn how to communicate the value of community initiatives to executives, gaining their support and involvement in fostering a culture of collaboration and advocacy.

✨ Influencer engagement strategies: Uncover practical approaches to engage influencers authentically, creating mutually beneficial relationships that contribute to the success of your community initiatives.

Meet the speaker:

Jonathan Crowe, Director of Community & Advocacy at NinjaOne

Jonathan Crowe is Director of Community & Advocacy at NinjaOne, a leading IT management platform. You can often find him online hosting a wide variety of webinars, workshops, and events, or making extremely corny dad jokes on Discord. He has 12 years of experience in tech and startups, including stints building the content programs at endpoint security provider Barkly and OpenView Venture Partners.

Panel - Inside Out: Crafting a community-led culture internally and externally

July 11, 2024
5:00 pm BST | 12:00 pm EDT

Join us for a thought-provoking panel discussion that delves into the heart of community building. "Inside Out" explores the intricate art of shaping a vibrant community culture, both within the walls of your organization and in the broader external landscape. Our esteemed panelists, seasoned experts in community development, will share insights, strategies, and real-world experiences on fostering a sense of belonging, collaboration, and shared values.

Jayvee Nava, Director of Community at

Jayvee Nava is a highly accomplished professional in community management, currently holding the position of Director of Community at Bubble. In this influential role, she oversees the strategic management of social media, community events, and engagement across Bubble's diverse community channels.

Prior to her current role, Jayvee served as the Vice President of Community at Peloton for over seven years. During her tenure, she played a pivotal role in shaping Peloton's community landscape as the company transitioned from a startup to a publicly traded entity, emerging as a leader in the fitness industry. Jayvee's strategic initiatives were instrumental in establishing a robust infrastructure that fostered a deeply loyal member community, contributing significantly to Peloton's remarkable success.

Recognized for her exceptional contributions, Jayvee earned a coveted spot on Forbes '30 Under 30' Class of 2019 for Marketing/Advertising. Her expertise and insights have been featured in prestigious publications such as Adweek, Elle, and The New York Observer.

In addition to her professional pursuits, Jayvee is an avid runner, having completed six half marathons, including the prestigious United NYC Half. Her dedication to social causes is evident in her support for Girls on the Run, a non-profit organization on a mission to inspire and empower girls by building confidence, kindness, and decision-making skills.

Annie Wolf, VP Community Impact at Solar United Neighbors

Annie has spent her career connecting people to causes they care about. She has over a decade of experience in the nonprofit sector is excited to bring this experience holding leadership positions in organizations with a presence in Massachusetts and the United States. Currently, Annie is Vice President of Community Impact at Solar United Neighbors, a solar advocacy nonprofit.

When not at work, you can find Annie SCUBA diving with her husband or at home with their two cats.

Nicole Sievers, Digital Community Manager at Conductor

Nicole's passion for cultivating digital communities ignited at the age of 13 when she ran a Jonas Brothers Fanpage on Myspace, bridging connections with fans globally. Her expertise has since evolved, guiding industry giants like SeatGeek and LinkedIn in building dynamic community platforms that foster profound connections between users. With a background in Venture Capital, Nicole has collaborated with founders spanning various company sizes. Beyond her professional endeavours, she built one of the premier international female-centric Formula 1 communities online.

Mallori Hensley, Community Lead at Noom

Mallori Hensley is a Community Leader at Noom, whose mission is to help people everywhere lead healthier lives through behavior change. Social support from one’s community is vital to the success of improving health. Mallori leads teams of coaches that foster in-app communities, and strives to foster strong community internally at Noom for the hundreds of customer service and coaching employees she leads.