Social Media Strategy Consultation For Individuals, Non Profit or Small Business

Item Number: 213

Time Left: CLOSED

Value: $250

Online Close: Nov 30, 2022 10:00 PM EST

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Whether you run a non-profit Organization, small artistic company, small business, or just want to know how to reach more people as a company, Mara can show you the ins and outs of social media, with a focus on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. With over 38K followers on twitter, Mara McEwin’s social media claim to fame includes being a thought leader on twitter. She has been followed and retweeted by such notables as Joy Ann Reid of MSNBC’s AM Joy, Van Jones of CNN, Joaquin Castro, Rosie O’Donnell, Nancy Sinatra, Debra Messing, Abbe Lee Miller Dance Moms, Propane Jane, Reality TV Stars, Leading Broadway Musicals, Notable U.S. Political Activists, Nancy Pelosi, numerous news journalists and many more. She has helped curate and create trending hashtags that have filled Twitter’s feed, and thus spilled over into Facebook. She creates social media marketing for her own company, Treehouse Shakers, and has led training sessions with Beth Sholom Day Camp (New York), Lionheart Youth Theater (Tennessee), Earthdance (Massachusetts), OhSoSoho Pillows (NYC), LoveTacs Framing (NYC), Potluck Arts (Arkansas), Kim Kulseng/Acupuncturist (NYC), individual artists, and Numerous U.S. Political Activists, Grassroots Organizations, Politicians and Political Groups.

During this one-hour learning session, Mara will gently guide you or your organization and give a total evaluation, while lending advice and steps to help your story go farther into the virtual world.

Special Instructions

Session to take place via Zoom. 
About Mara
Mara McEwin (Artistic Director, Writer, Co-Founder Treehouse Shakers) is originally from Wyoming and co-founded Treehouse Shakers in NYC with Emily Bunning in 1997. Responsible for implementing the artistic vision of Treehouse Shakers, Mara has also written, directed and sometimes performed in all of Treehouse Shakers’ 18 original dance-plays. She has helped to create ongoing arts in education programming for preschools to colleges, and has led numerous teaching artist and classroom trainings in Treehouse Shakers’ unique artistic style.

Also a professional storyteller, Mara was named “Best Storyteller of New York” by New York Press. She has been an artist in residence for over 25+ years in both public and private schools, and has performed throughout the nation’s schools, festivals, theaters, colleges, and community events. She is currently the featured teller for F.I.T’s Toy Design Department, and has been a teller for Baby Gap, Miramax, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Hans Christian Andersen Storytelling Center, Turtle Pond Publications, Chocolate Sauce Publishing, Tribeca Film Festival, to name a select few. Mara was the subject for a qualitative dissertation on the inclusion of storytelling in the classroom by Dr. Barb O’Neill, a leading childhood specialist, and a featured speaker at the Transform Challenging Behavior Conference, the AATE 2021 National Conference, and the Theatre and Dance for the Very Young Conference in 2022. 

Mara co-created Niñopalooza, an all day rock concert for kids and Niño Nada, a summer festival of children’s work that was acclaimed by the New York Times. Some of Mara’s favorite acting credits include Bloomsday on Broadway with Stephen Colbert and Alec Baldwin, which aired on NPR as well as The Sandpiper at Symphony Space, NYC.

She is a writer, voice-over artist and story consultant for Activity Works, an interactive educational video-web series for classrooms across the U.S. Mara served as a long-time board member and co-chair of Development for International Performing Arts for Youth (IPAY), and on the Ad Hoc Committee for Flushing Town Hall in Queens, NY. She currently serves the School Leadership Team at Metropolitan Expeditionary Learning School. To read more about life with Treehouse Shakers, living the artists’ life, or raising a creative family visit

Expires: November 3, 2023

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Mara McEwin