April 11, 2011

From BWF news today. Welcome Justin Ware. BWF Director of Social Media


At Bentz Whaley Flessner, we appreciate the confidence and loyalty you have in our innovative specialty consulting services. From development operations to prospecting and from analytics to engagement strategies, we are proud of the ways we’ve partnered with you to transform philanthropy. Now, in response to considerable demand for counsel and services in new media, we are pleased to announce a new addition to our specialty consulting team, Justin Ware.

Justin Ware is the Director of Social Media for Bentz Whaley Flessner. Justin provides our clients with his proven experience in new media technologies, specifically with diagnostic assessments of their social media strategies; content production guidance, counsel and training in social graph development and video communication, and coaching for nonprofit leadership in press and media interaction.

Justin brings nearly a decade of video communication and new media experience to Bentz Whaley Flessner. He began in television news as a reporter, anchor, and producer; continued on to higher education at the University of Minnesota, where he developed the top ten, most-viewed YouTube site in higher education, and went on to found the social media company, Warehouse Media, where he provided media services in higher education, youth development, environment and green energy, convention and event management, and financial services. Justin puts his Emmy-winning experience to work producing and leveraging video and written communication strategies to help nonprofits achieve their goals and communicate their message using new media. He has a BA in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Minnesota.

We look forward to partnering with you once again, that together we might transform philanthropy. Justin can be reached at jware@bwf.com and at our website, www.bwf.com.

Joshua M. Birkholz
Principal, Bentz Whaley Flessner

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