Donna Gilliland

Donna Gilliland began her career as an Executive Admin. She has been speaking and teaching productivity technologies for over 25 years. She is the Founder and President of MOSTraining, Incorporated, established in 2004. Her company provides productivity training and consulting in Microsoft Office, Social Media, and Mobile Apps.

She holds a number of technical certifications, including Microsoft Office.

Training clients include a variety of Fortune 500 companies. She teaches to a number of high profile companies in the automobile and steel manufacturing industry. Clients also include law firms, hospitals and Universities.

Donna’s company has been featured in the Birmingham, Alabama Business Journal. Her social media sessions have been spotlighted in the local news.

During her training career with a national training company, she often won their Trainer of the Year award.

As a contributing writer for Executive Secretary Magazine, she writes on the topic of social media. She also writes a column for OfficePro Magazine, Apps You Can’t Live Without.

Donna is well known for her fun-filled, relatable, and results-driven training.

Donna’s Session:

Twitter for Administrative Professionals

People often say, “I don’t get Twitter.” Well, you will after this Webinar.

The purpose of this 60-minute training is to teach you how to get started using Twitter as a learning resource, a tool for building your online reputation, and as a networking resource.

One of these days, you might be asked by your company to assist with monitoring and posting content to their Twitter account. You will be ready.

  • Overview of Twitter
  • Tips for choosing a username
  • Customizing your profile
  • Building a powerful bio
  • Quick overview of terms
  • What to tweet
  • How to choose who to follow
  • Twitter Lists
  • Twitter as a learning resource
  • Networking opportunities
  • Twitter Chats

Book Donna’s session (as well as over 50 others) for just $49 at and help us to support Vickie Sokol Evans.

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