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Forums

We hold forums three times a year (March, June and September).  They are held over the lunch hour 11:30am-1:00pm.  When possible we like to hold them in-person to allow for a networking, with the option to join online.  Since COVID-19, they have moved to an online-only format.  

Members have access to recordings of past forum presentations.  Click here to access those recordings.  

These quarterly forums allow us to highlight a “wicked problems.”  The presenter delves deep into the situation and shares how they are using social marketing to help address the problem.  Past forum presentation topics have included: wildfires, plastics, COVID vaccinations, distracted driving, gun violence, and opioid addiction.

The fourth quarter of the year is reserved for our two-day SPARKS conference, which is held in early December.  Click here for more details on this event.

Upcoming Events


Events

    • 15 Jun 2022
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Virtual Platform- Zoom
    Register

    Please join us to learn from the stories of our tribal colleagues and collaborators about the community building work taking place in the region. The Forum presentations will open with Temyrss Lane, Indian Country Team lead at Pyramid Communication and Lummi Tribal member.

    The Return Home: From Soccer to Salmon, that speaks to journey, tribal sovereignty, visibility and action.

     https://pyramidcommunications.com/work

    Jeremy FiveCrows from the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission, and Roy Iwai from the Clean Rivers Coalition (on behalf of Multnomah County) will discuss “Connect the Drops,” how to drive the "why" behind behavior change campaigns.

    https://followthewater.info

    Biographies and speaker photos will be added in the coming weeks.

    Shortly before the event, you will be given a Zoom link for log in.

15 Mar 2022 Addressing Youth Mental Health During COVID-19
6 Dec 2021 SPARKS 2021 Conference
8 Sep 2021 Reducing Wildfire Risk through Community Action
9 Jun 2021 Using Social Marketing to create COVID vaccine intent and action in Washington State
31 Mar 2021 Spring Quarterly Forum - Plastics
7 Dec 2020 SPARKS 2020 Conference
16 Sep 2020 “Using Research to Help Tackle COVID-19 Behaviors Among Less Receptive Audiences
10 Jun 2020 Environmental Impacts from COVID-19
25 Mar 2020 Using an emergency as a catalyst for behavior change
9 Dec 2019 SPARKS 2019 Conference
18 Sep 2019 September 18th PNSMA Fall Forum
12 Jun 2019 June 12th PNSMA Summer Forum
20 Mar 2019 March 20th Forum on Cognitive Science
10 Dec 2018 SPARKS 2018 Conference
11 Sep 2018 Fall Forum on Opioid Addiction
12 Jun 2018 Preventing and Addressing Gun Violence
7 Mar 2018 Exploring Lead and Arsenic campaigns and social marketing
11 Dec 2017 SPARKS 2017 Conference
8 Nov 2017 Community-based Social Marketing Training (Advanced)
6 Nov 2017 Community-based Social Marketing Training (Introductory)
12 Sep 2017 Fall Forum
11 Jul 2017 Wildfires: Paradoxes and paradigm shifts
7 Mar 2017 Best Practices Sharing and Project Feedback
12 Dec 2016 SPARKS 2016 Conference
13 Sep 2016 Motivating young gay, bi and transgender men to get the HPV vaccine
14 Jun 2016 Using Social Marketing to Increase Participation in Energy Efficiency Programs
8 Mar 2016 Focus Groups for Social Marketing Efforts
14 Dec 2015 SPARKS 2015 Conference
8 Sep 2015 Using a Social Marketing to End Wasted Food at Home
9 Jun 2015 Using a Social Marketing Approach to Increase Safe Gun Storage
10 Mar 2015 Campaign Planning and Lessons Learned: Hot Button Social Marketing Topics
15 Dec 2014 SPARKS 2014 Conference
11 Sep 2014 Shoestring Audience Research: Small Budgets, Big Insights
4 Mar 2014 Seattle’s Gun Buyback Program: What Went Well and What Didn’t From a Social Marketing Perspective
16 Dec 2013 SPARKS 2013 Conference
23 Sep 2013 Impaired Driving with a Focus on Texting
25 Jul 2013 Seattle Tilth's Social Marketing Program
17 Dec 2012 TEDx MontlakeCut 2012

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