I’m really excited to share the results of the first ever top 30 charity CEOs on social media, which was launched last night at a special event kindly hosted by young people’s charity Brook. (Do check out the Storify of the event). Matt Collins and I have been working away on this initiative since the summer, which we created as the voluntary sector equivalent of LinkedIn’s top 30 CEOs on social media. It is great to see charity CEOs from such a range of organisations- both large and small- and so many different causes in the top 30. And huge thanks to our event sponsor The Access Group.
You might have seen my blog about the top 30 on The Guardian Voluntary Sector Network this morning.
We’ve also produced an infographic of the top 30 (see below) and have published a handy guide (download it here) to help charity leaders use social media more effectively, with contributions from digital thought leaders including Ben Matthews, Simon Blake, Alex Swallow and Steve Bridger, plus some ideas from Matt and I. If your CEO or leadership team want to get the most out of social media our guide is a great place to start.
I’d love to know what you think of the top 30 charity CEOs on social media.