JT was proud to partner with Crowdcentric, the global organizers of Social Media Week (SMW), to produce Social Media Week Chicago 2015, which took place on November 16-20 at the Merchandise Mart. SMW Chicago brought together thousands of people from all over the world for a week of keynotes, panels, workshops, demos and happy hours.
Jasculca Terman worked closely with Chicago Shakespeare Theater and the Mayor’s office to announce Shakespeare 400 Chicago, an enormous cultural collaboration of more than 60 Chicago institutions.
JT organized a reception and film screening of the documentary “Rosenwald” at the Museum of Science and Industry on Thursday, September 3, 2015.
On Wednesday, July 29, JT managed event logistics and stage production for Advocate Charitable Foundation's Presidents Society reception at the new Advocate Center, which serves as the training facility for the Chicago Bulls.
This past weekend, JT was honored to have had the opportunity to host our annual media training for the Illinois Women's Institute for Leadership (IWIL) – an organization working to successfully prepare and propel women to take on elected and appointed positions to advance Democratic ideals through an eight-month fellowship
JT and Crowdcentric, the global organizers of Social Media Week (SMW), will partner to produce Social Media Week Chicago, which is scheduled for November 16-20, 2015. Social Media Week Chicago offers a unique program that explores the intersection of social technology and creativity with a week of panels, presentations, demos, workshops, talks, conversations, and interactive…
On May 12, 2015, in communities across the city and suburbs, Chicago-area residents came together in small groups to share a meal and discuss ways they can work together to make our communities stronger, safer and more dynamic. Kicking off The Chicago Community Trust’s Centennial year, On the Table 2015 was an imaginative public square…
On May 6, JT helped Chicago-based WomenOnCall host its first signature event in Seattle. The Meet and Match, hosted by Starbucks Women’s Network, connected Seattle women looking to volunteer their professional skills with area non-profits that had specific skills-based volunteer projects.