Every member of our community is a senior social media leader.

Every member of SocialMedia.org Health is a decision maker leading social media strategy and policy at a major hospital. There are no junior staffers, front-line customer service representatives, or folks who work in support roles.

Everyone you meet will be someone who has been there and done that. They have the same jobs as you, they know exactly what you’re up against, and they’re ready to help.

Every conversation you have and every connection you make will be with someone who can help you become a better social media leader.

We Screen Every Member of SocialMedia.org Health

Every. Single. One.

Members are usually VPs, directors, or managers with authority over their social media program.

The Eligibility Requirements

Members are usually VPs, directors, or managers with authority over their social media program.

Our membership criteria:

  1. Decision maker: Members must be senior decision makers who set strategy and policy for social media programs. They have a seat at the table to determine strategy, control budgets, hire staff, and select third-party vendors.
  2. Substantial professional experience: Members must have at least five years of strong professional experience in a directly related role (marketing, communications, PR, etc.). They need proven experience working alongside strategic decision makers.
  3. Social media sophistication: Members must have knowledge and experience that allows them to contribute to high-level discussions regarding social media strategy and leadership.

Additional membership requirements:

  1. Full-time employee: All members must be full-time employees. At no time may consultants, contractors, agencies, part-time employees, or any other outsiders participate.
  2. No conflicts of interest: Any individual who is selling social media products or services is ineligible for SocialMedia.org Health. This includes, but is not limited to, offering consulting services, vendor relationships, or affiliation with organizations that could be seen as a conflict of interest — even on a part-time, board, or advisory basis.
  3. Based in North America and speaks English: Member activities happen during U.S. business hours in English.

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