Researchers and practitioners using communication, marketing and technology to shift behaviours are invited to learn and discuss the latest innovations in behaviour change at the Agents of Change Summit. The Australian Association of Social Marketing (AASM) is pleased to support this inaugural event. Held on 8-9th February 2016, in San Diego, CA, this Summit aims to break down the silos between professionals from the various behaviour change pathways, explore the most effective science and technological approaches to creating change, and equip every professional with the tools, resources and network necessary to positively change behaviour.

The Agents of Change Summit will feature speakers from public health and technology leaders, including:

Kathy Crosby, Director, Office of Health Communications and Education, Center for Tobacco Products, FDA

Jeff Jordan, President & Executive Creative Director, Rescue SCG

Roy Daiany, U.S. Public Sector Account Executive, Google

Travis Bogard, VP Product Management and Strategy, Jawbone

Tom Chapel, Chief Evaluation Officer, CDC

John Lumpkin, Senior Vice President and Director, Targeted Teams, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Rebekah Russell-Bennett, Professor, QUT Business School, Australia

Ernesto Ramirez, Program Director, Quantified Self Labs

John Elder, Division of Health Promotion & Behavioral Sciences Professor, SDSU

Bryan Walker, Managing Director, IDEO

Nicole Dorrler, Vice President Marketing, Truth Initiative

Danielle Strle, Director of Product for Community and Content, Tumblr

Jeff French, CEO, Strategic Social Marketing, UK

Ben Simon, CEO, Imperfect Produce

Tony Foleno, SVP Research, Ad Council

Lawrence Swiader, Senior Director of Digital Media, The National Campaign

Those who register for the Agents of Change Summit by December 18 receive a $50 discount. ESMA members also benefit from a 15% discount of the registration rate. Contact ESMA for more details about the discount. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to network with practitioners, scientists and creatives and learn about the science and technology of behaviour change.

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