PSNG Directors

Directors invest something into PSNG in order to get something out of it. Directors invest their time, energy, and relationships to help PSNG reach its Vision, Mission, Purpose and Goals. As they invest, they help themselves, the people they care about, their favorite charitable causes or their businesses. They may do this by having fun and building knowledge, experience, friendships, name recognition, credibility, goodwill and, mostly, professional relationships.

Directors will typically work during the events and behind the scenes between events. We sometimes have Committee meetings from 5:30 to 8:00 on the alternate Thursdays when PSNG does not have a Networking Event. Each Director also has recurring one-on-one phone calls with the founder to discuss the role between each event.

These roles were created in October, 2010. The founder and current Directors work hand in hand with anyone stepping up to fill an empty Director role. Please tell us who you know that might thrive in one of the open roles.

The following is the list of Director roles and some of the associated objectives and tasks for each position. Directors should choose roles with tasks (listed here or not) they think they would enjoy and do well. Mostly, Directors should take a role that would be rewarding for them.

  • Director of Event Registration
  • Director of Marketing (Bo Landy)
  • Director of Website Development (Anthony Carretta)
  • Director of Videography
  • Director of Charitable Outreach
  • Director of Committee Operations
  • Director of Venue Coordination
  • Director of Event Operations
  • Director of Administrative Operations
  • Director of Co-Host Relations
  • Director of Volunteer Coordination
  • Director of Media Relations
  • Director of Entertainment
  • Director of VIP Relations

In addition to working towards the Purpose, Mission, Vision and Goal of the group, each Director works on the following:

Director of Event Operations:
– develop and drive a strategy to improve PSNG events’ logistics, elements, systems and execution.
– attract and retain relationships with volunteers and Directors to add to the real and perceived value of our networking events.

Director of Administrative Operations:
– develop and drive a strategy to improve PSNG by creating efficiencies in organizing our materials, documents and data.

Director of Event Registration:
– develop and drive a strategy to improve PSNG by running an effective, efficient and professional registration process.
– create systems, materials and processes to create a great first impression for attendees, accurate tracking for PSNG and the venue, and a comfortable environment for the registration volunteers.

Director of Venue Coordination:
– develop and drive a strategy to improve PSNG events by developing relationships with new venues.
– attract and retain venue relationships to add to the real and perceived value of our networking events.

Director of Social Media:
– develop and drive a strategy to improve PSNG by developing viral effects in social media.
– attract and retain members, followers, connections and improve content to add to the real and perceived value of our networking events and group.

Director of Website Development:
– develop and drive a strategy to improve PSNG by developing of website appearance and functionality.
– create and update content, make the website easy to use, and enhance our SEO to add to the real and perceived value of our networking events and group.

Director of Entertainment:
– develop and drive a strategy to improve PSNG by providing entertainment at events.
– attract and retain entertainers to add to the real and perceived value of our networking events.

Director of Photography and Videography:
– develop and drive a strategy to improve PSNG by developing image and video content for marketing.
– attract and retain relationships with photographers, videographers and other supporting roles to add to the real and perceived value of our networking events and group.

Director of Charitable Outreach:
– develop and drive a strategy to improve PSNG by providing social networking focused on charities.
– attract and retain relationships with charities which leverage our events to promote their organizations and add to the real and perceived value of our networking group.

Director of Co-Host Relations:
– develop and drive a strategy to improve PSNG by developing relationships with co-hosts.
– attract and retain co-hosts to add to the real and perceived value of our networking events.

Director of Volunteer Coordination:
– develop and drive a strategy to improve PSNG by developing volunteer roles and responsibilities.
– attract and retain relationships with volunteers to add to the real and perceived value of our networking events and group.

Director of Media Relations:
– develop and drive a strategy to improve PSNG by developing relationships with the media and positive perception and attention for PSNG.
– create and document media coverage of PSNG and our events to add to the real and perceived value of our networking events and group.

Director of Committee Operations:
– develop and drive a strategy to improve PSNG’s Committee of Volunteers and Directors.
– attract and retain Committee members to add to the real and perceived value of our networking group.

Director of Testimonials:
– develop and drive a strategy to improve PSNG by using testimonials
– improve the quality and source of the testimonials given to add to the real and perceived value of our networking group.

Director of VIP Relations:
– develop and drive a strategy to improve PSNG by developing relationships with VIPs.
– attract and retain VIPs to add to the real and perceived value of our networking group.

Please contact us if you have interest in Volunteering, sitting on our Committee or becoming a Director for PSNG.

Jeff Tockman, JD, MBA
Founder,  Professional Social Networking Group (PSNG)
Boca Raton, FL
JeffTockman@gmail.com
561-755-7764
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