Frank J. Kenny

Frank J. Kenny

Frank J. Kenny, author of The 7 Secret Laws of Society, is an expert on small business and association social media marketing strategies. He has spoken on the topic at the state, national, and international level. More than 150 associations have turned to him for social media marketing training.

The president of a national chamber association recently referred to Frank as being one of the top experts in the nation for social media for Chambers.

He has more than 20 years of hands-on business experience including successfully boot strapping multiple start-ups to leadership positions and guiding non-profits to spectacular growth (as president/CEO of a 45 year old business association, he and his team employed social media marketing strategies to more than doubled the membership over an 18 month period).

He has been featured in a number of media outlets including the American Chamber of Commerce Executive’s (ACCE) Chamber Executive magazine and the Puget Sound Business Journal. He has written on social media marketing for the Kitsap Peninsula Business Journal and his work has been covered by the Kitsap Sun. He created and managed the very successful “Bigfoot” – The Northwest’s Social Media for Business Conference. One of his companies was named Business of the Year for his area.

Frank is a member of the American Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE), former Chair of the Chamber Division of the Association of Washington Business (AWB), and former Washington State Chamber of Commerce Executives (WCCE) Board Member.

Frank has a degree in finance, his MBA, and is a graduate of the Western Association of Chamber Executives (W.A.C.E.) Academy program.

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Social media is not an option for Chambers of Commerce. Frank Kenny joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why local chambers must be social media thought leaders and teach small business members how to find the RIO in social media.
Every organization with customers must develop and execute a social media strategy. Frank Kenny joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why chambers of commerce should work closer with small business members through social media.