Connect With The Registry On Social Media
Director of Membership
As George and Bryan shared in our previous newsletter, to respond to the uncertainties of the Coronavirus The Registry committed to identifying new ways to engage with our prospective institutional clients. Our immediate response to the COVID-19 crisis was to distribute numerous direct mailings articulating key elements of our value proposition. At the same time, we began the process of expanding our presence on several key social media platforms in order to reach a broader digital audience.
Today we are excited to announce that The Registry now has enhanced profiles on social media platforms including LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. In particular, we believe that LinkedIn will emerge as a vital conduit between The Registry and our client colleges and universities. If you have not already done so, we encourage you to read Dr. Robert Smith’s excellent piece on how to develop your own LinkedIn profile.
Included below you will find direct links to The Registry’s social media profiles:
Please consider helping us to expand our presence by doing the following:
- If you have a profile on one or more of these sites, please “Like” or “Follow” our pages.
- Invite your colleagues, contacts, or peer administrators to like and follow our pages as well.
- “Share” posts from The Registry that you find interesting on your own page so that your followers will see the content.
- Help to contribute to our content. If you have relevant news about an award, a recent publication, or something else you believe is relevant to higher education leadership then please send it along. You can do so by by e-mailing Linda Midland (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A great deal of uncertainty remains in higher education because of the Coronavirus, and we sense that perhaps now more than ever institutions are seeking information about the values of interim leadership. We thank you in advance for liking and sharing our pages to help further the reach of The Registry’s mission.