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100 Years of Voting: Celebrating the 19th Amendment!
Hear from one of Oklahoma’s top marketing and PR superstars about making the most of opportunities and challenges.
For 35 years, Sherry Kast, president of Kast Publishing and Fellow PRSA, has navigated a constantly changing communications industry – learning invaluable insights along the way.
As a female entrepreneur with Cherokee heritage, she understands the struggles faced by women and minorities trying to make a difference in today’s world. Although her journey hasn’t been without obstacles, Sherry is known for her ability to land on her feet, no matter how high the hurdle.
Kast’s collaborative leadership style and dedication to her craft has earned her more than 75 awards for her work in writing, marketing, communications and PR for a wide range of industries – making her a walking trophy case of success.
Join us from 4-5:30 p.m., Nov. 6 for key takeaways about turning seemingly insurmountable challenges into life’s biggest opportunities.
A baked potato bar along with drinks and desserts will be provided by Moore Laundry.
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019
4-4:30 p.m. – networking, food and drinks
4:30-5:30 p.m. – speaker presentation with Q&A
FREE to Members
Want to start a podcast but not sure where to begin? Find out how creating your own podcast will become worthwhile to you. Learn what you need to get started - it may be easier than you think. Hear from a panel of expert local podcasters about the benefits and challenges of doing a podcast. And, learn how to pitch yourself as a guest on someone else’s podcast.
Illinois State University Alumni Center
The Association for Women in Communications (AWC) Fall Workshop is open to both AWC members and non-members. This year’s workshop, Energize. Equip. Empower., will include discussions that will motivate as well as challenge our skills. It will feature a full day of energy and bring empowerment to both your personal and professional life.
Registration is $55 for AWC members, $65 for non-members, and $20 for students. The registration deadline is October 30th, however seating is limited. Registration includes continental breakfast and lunch, networking opportunities, and full access to the sessions.
2019 AWC Springfield Professional Communicator recipient Angie Muhs will be honored Nov. 13 at a special reception 5:30 p.m. at The Incubator, 5th and Adams downtown.
On the heels of the election of a new board and an energizing national conference, AWC Seattle is ready to engage members and appeal to newcomers with a powerful presentation about the ever-changing local news landscape.
The plight of bricks-and-mortar newsrooms that were once the foundation of an informed American society has reached a perilous state of play. From 2008 to 2018, newspapers across the US lost nearly half of their workforce, and newspaper circulation has hit historic lows as more people consume news online.
The loss of people and publications hit some print news sections particularly hard -- local news and investigative news, two sections with generally lower ad revenue, have had to scramble to survive and continue to provide news essential for a thriving democracy.
Passionate and committed journalists had to break new ground, find new audiences, embrace new business models and adapt to new distribution archetypes to be sustainable and remain credible.
Against all odds, three local journalists launched three very different digital newsrooms that have staked a claim in the Puget Sound news scene.
Join us for this lunch program as we find out what inspired them to create their online news platforms, what challenges they face, what they see for the future of journalism, and how they work with communications professionals.
AWC is sponsoring this event in connection with We Dames.
Please join AWC & members of We Dames for a combined mixer for extra networking opportunities.
Iowa Association of Community College Trustees
Join us on Wednesday, November 20, 11:30am–1:00pm, to explore how to find your way when life takes a turn or detour.
Location is the Iowa Association of Community College Trustees, 855 E. Court Ave., Des Moines, IA 50309.
Boxed sandwich or salad lunches will be ordered, so please state your dietary needs and preference for meat/protein on the sandwich and/or salad. RSVP by November 18, 2019.