Guest Speaker, WordPress, Web Strategy, Social Media

I’m a frequent guest speaker because the Internet grew up around me. I first put my toes in the cloud before the World Wide Web was built. I had a feeling this “Internet thing” was going to take off. I’m proud to call myself one of the Old Net Folks with tech friends like Robert Scoble, Dave Winer, Jay Rosen, Maryam Scoble and Elise Camahort.

I can solve a problem, tell a great story, create great presentations and end on time! Contact me to schedule your next informative and entertaining guest speaker for your conference, club, group or association.

LUNCHEON TALKS – Need a technology, website or nonprofit expert speaker for your association or networking group? Sue Polinsky offers interesting, timely and humorous topics in 30 and 45 minute choices. Special ‘free’ nonprofit rates apply.

CIVIC GROUPS – Sue’s great topics can be an easy solutions for your next meeting speaker. Need information about websites, WordPress, social media, or Internet Marketing?

WEBSITE HOW-TO MEETINGS – Before you start building that website, listen to fast-paced, useful and helpful tech topics in plain English.

Places I’ve Been a Guest Speaker

IOPL Faculty – Women’s Profession Forum – The Extreme Nonprofit Makeover – ConvergeSouth – Bennett College – EVA Women’s Artists – SCORE – Nussbaum Entrepreneurial Center – Aging Summit – Gesher Project – Guilford Nonprofit Consortium – NC Libertarian Party – Open Democracy Project – UNCG Entrepreneurs’ Day – Vatikim

The Night I Got My Bat

Sue Polinsky receives the CFGG Leadership award

Standing in the middle of the Hoppers’ stadium with Donna Newton and Spaz, the mascot, I received an autographed bat as a CFGG Game Changer, a community member who has worked to make Greensboro’s citizens lives better.

I’m a lifetime baseball fan and can recite stats from all the New York Yankee teams (up until Mickey Mantle retired). My dad taught me how to keep score, how to sneak into the old Yankee Stadium and understand why pitching was so important.

Standing near the pitcher’s mound and then getting to watch the fireworks from the dugout was a real honor! (And a lot of fun.)

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