Consumers today expect businesses and executives to take a stand. It has never been more important for the C-suite to have a voice and a platform on which to share it.
Many companies dedicate time and energy to their brand’s social media presence but don’t feel that it’s the right channel for executive communications, or that it’s already too late in the game to get started from scratch. In this podcast, we’ll talk about the shifting expectations for CEOs, how social media can help with positioning, and ways for organizations to build or enhance a successful digital executive communications program.
About Nathan's guest:
Lindsey Neary brings over a decade of client and project management experience to her work as a Vice President on Edelman’s corporate team.
In her current role, Lindsey focuses on digital corporate and executive communications strategy and implementation for clients across a variety of sectors, including e-commerce, technology, finance, and healthcare. She works with integrated teams to reach target audiences with strategic and creative content through owned, paid, and earned media.
Prior to joining Edelman, Lindsey managed multiple client relationships at iostudio, a full-service advertising agency. A highlight of her work there was overseeing the launch of a digital application that has helped 25,000+ military veterans brand their skills in a traditional resume format and connect with potential employers. She also previously worked at IXI Digital, an Equifax company, across corporate marketing, sales, and product development. Lindsey partnered with financial services firms to better understand their target audiences and measure digital campaign effectiveness using proprietary data products.
Lindsey graduated from the University of Maryland with a bachelor’s degree in marketing and minor in Spanish. She also holds a master’s degree in Integrated Marketing Communications from West Virginia University.