Stockton, CA – July 11, 2018 - Associa Northern California’s vice president, Lisa Dial Triplett, CMCA®, will be a guest speaker at Community Associations Institute (CAI) Bay Area & Central California Chapter – Stockton "Social Media in the HOA – Friend or Foe?" educational luncheon on Tuesday, July 17th from 11:30AM – 1:30PM PDT at the Stockton Golf and Country Club.
The event will also feature Katrina Solomatina, an attorney at Berding & Weil LLP. The presenters will provide strategies for HOAs when using social media, sample policies, and much more.
This presentation will also focus on specific social media issues including:
“Associa Northern California is excited to participate in this important educational luncheon,” stated Sharon Topping, Associa Northern California president. “Social media is an essential part of residents’ daily interactions, and knowing the right and wrong way to respond to a public post will be an asset to our boards and communities. The presenters will be able to answer questions and provide examples that will help keep communities informed and up-to-date on security and safety trends.”
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