For those who know, this summer has been busy for me: I stepped down from my fun job as Editor-in-Chief at Nokia Conversations and I moved my family (and dog) from Finland to the US. As if this were not enough, I have left Nokia today and have started to work at Children’s Hospital Boston.
I am now Senior Web Producer for Children’s Hospital Trust, the fundraising arm of Children’s Hospital Boston. In addition to media production, especially videos, I’m leading the Trust’s engagement with patients, families, and advocates through online social networking services (social media marketing and fundraising, similar to what I did at Nokia).
I’m excited to be doing more than selling electronics. And it’s great to be back at Children’s (it’s where I was a bit before I joined Nokia).
I’ll have more to say in future. For now, I’m sprucing up and stoking the Trust’s presence on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter (the social media toolkit version 2009, of course) among other things. And they will have me making videos like crazy.
The funny thing is that it’s like starting all over again, training a corporation new to the joys of the conversational Web.
More later. For sure.