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Kimba Green grew up in a military family. She says it was almost like she was a “chameleon”, being able to adapt to her surroundings and live in new cultures. As a certified project manager, holding a niche in the training industry, it was about time she began her journey to creating White Lion Social. Not finding her fit in the corporate industry, Kimba followed her own path to paving her future as an entrepreneur. She named her company “White Lion Social” to pay homage to her name and the movie “Kimba, the White Lion”.
White Lion focuses on the social of social media- giving you connections and zest to revamp your brand through training (her specialty), implementation and strategy.
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White Lion Social injects life into your ‘social media’ to give you the connections to build your community.
Tools, know-how and confidence are all you need to succeed and I am here to do it for you or teach you how to do it yourself.
I am the “Roar of Social”!
Training — Customize any training for your group, including creating appropriate training specifically for your business or standardizing current training programs that you may be using.
Implementation — Manage your social media, curating and providing new content in your unique voice.
Strategy — Pulling it all together and looking at the big picture, making sure your activities are aligned with your short-term and long-term goals.
Website Redesign Project Management — Your website should be a reflection of your business – who you are, what you do and how you do it. My experience and contacts in web design give me the unique ability to pull together the perfect team to create or revamp your website.
As project manager I will work closely with you and your team to develop a vision and translate that into all aspects of your website design. I coordinate the entire web design process for you, from start to finish, eliminating the need to work with multiple people. Careful attention is paid to the little details that make your website stand out. Having a project manager for this process ensures the job gets done faster and with a unified vision.
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