Social Media Coordinator @ Visit Savannah
Shannon Lowery, social media coordinator for Visit Savanah, is originally from Altoona, Pennsylvania. She grew up competitively training in classical ballet and auditioned and was selected to attend programs throughout the country in cities like Pittsburgh, Orlando and Salt Lake City. She then went on to pursue her Bachelor of the Arts in Dance, concentration in ballet, and minor in business management at the Point Park University Conservatory of the Performing Arts. She was an academic and artistic scholarship recipient and graduated Magna Cum Laude with Honors in May of 2014. A highlight of her college education was the opportunity to study abroad in Paris, France, where she studied both dance and the French language.
After falling in love with Savannah on a family vacation as a young girl, Shannon moved to her dream city in 2014. She worked part-time as a professional ballet dancer with the Savannah Ballet Theatre while teaching dance and fitness classes. After working as a non-profit administrator in the area for a year, she joined the Visit Savannah team in the summer of 2017, where she was able to focus her passions as a Savannah-enthusiast.
Shannon has been in her role as social media coordinator for over a year, overseeing leisure and nonleisure social media accounts for all of the Savannah Chamber and Visit Savannah brands. She is actively involved in the brainstorming, execution, distribution and analysis of content for all brands. When she’s not managing social media accounts or performing as a Principal Dancer with Savannah Ballet Theatre, Shannon enjoys cooking, strolling through the historic district and spending time with family and friends.
Shannon Lowery and Tyler Edic of Visit Savannah will lead a discussion about digital content with a particular focus on video content and social media distribution. They will cover topics like identifying your brand voice and audience, good social practices, which social media platforms to use when, how to keep the audience and medium in […]