Claire Williams Diaz talks Hope140, T.W.E.E.T. and her Passion to Change the World

Meet Claire. She leads social innovation, philanthropy, and causes at Twitter and Blogs at Claire.us.com. This year she joined a few of us for the Ignite Panel at Blackbaud’s conference where we talked about how social media is helping non-profits change the world.

After our panel I got a few minutes to talk to Claire about her work at Twitter and how non-profits can use the information network for good. Check out the video.

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Hope 140 — @hope140

In our brief time together Claire mentioned one of the core values at Twitter – “Being a force for good”. Hope140’s aim is to do just that. Non-profits like Room to Read are benefiting from the program by promoting International Literacy Day in partnership with Twitter.

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T.W.E.E.T.

If you’re thinking about using Twitter or trying to figure out how to use the information network in a meaningful way then Claire has a simple strategy for you — T.W.E.E.T. Rather than trying to write it out it thought I’d point you to the graphic blog post or Cartoon by Rob Cottingham of Social Signal … I found it on Beth’s Blog where she recapped her time at Blog World Expo 2010.

T.W.E.E.T.
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  • http://www.robcottingham.ca Rob Cottingham

    Thanks so much for sharing the cartoon, Frank – it was a terrific session, and a delight to draw!

  • http://www.netwitsthinktank.com frank barry

    Thanks for stopping by Rob! I think we need to get you out to our conference next year. The drawings you do are awesome :)

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