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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg was influential in large part because she was an exceptional communicator. On January 6 at 5:30 PM, join us on Zoom to discuss this pioneering Supreme Court Justice and the ways in which she inspired our members & guests to speak up and embrace leadership roles in their own lives.
Meeting via Zoom. The link will be sent by email upon registration.
In this session, TEDx speaker, voice and presentation coach Rena Cook will show us how to empower our authentic voices, own a room and communicate with confidence and clarity. Through discussion, demonstrations and active participation, she teaches a method called “Power Without Press.” As she convinces us we don’t have to be stuck with the voice we think we were born with, we will lean how to prepare the voice and body, catch and hold an audience’s attention and finally to capture their hearts.
A Virtual Lunch & Learn via Zoom presented by Amy Balliett, CEO of Killer Visual Strategies
Visual content that succeeds today requires a thorough understanding of visual communication combined with an expert ability to execute on the craft — making today‘s most successful brands those with a versatile team of marketers, digital directors, and brand builders all taking on the role of visual strategist. In this session Amy Balliett, a global thought leader in visual communication and in-demand visual strategist for some of the world‘s top brands, will help you master the art and science behind visual communication! In this session, you will learn:
? How audiences interpret your content on a conscious and subconscious level - and the small visual cues that could be losing their attention from the start
? Walk away with a set of key rules and processes that, when followed, ensure every piece of visual content you produce achieves your goals
? And some of you will even walk away fully empowered to take on the role of visual strategist at your organization!
Join us for a 60-minutes chat with our new board of directors:
*Terry Michael, AWCSF VP and Operational Director at Balance for Life Retreat.
Emily Taffel, AWCSF Communications Director and Founder of Mugsy PR.
* Jeanne Pitre, AWCSF Secretary and Founder of Bridgeway Institute and Co-founder of Longevity Collective.
The ladies will be sharing their empowering stories and why they join the board of AWCSF.
Tonya Scholz, AWCSF President, and Founder of kNOw Aging, inc.
Then 30 minutes of Speed Networking afterward. Each attendee can meet with each other in private Zoom rooms based on what kind of help or mentorship they are looking for.
Join the Association for Women in Communications Springfield Chapter and Josh Hester, Principal & Executive Producer, The Storyteller Studios, to learn:
• When and where to use video (versus other marketing tactics)
• How to shoot quality video with what you have (such as your iPhone)
• How to share a video, and where it’s most appropriate
Zoom. Participants will receive a link to join the meeting after registration.
Amanda Vinicky, Illinois Government and Politics Reporter for WTTW will present on the relationship between the media and the government. Her unique, insider perspective comes from her work as a correspondent and segment host who focuses primarily on Illinois government and politics. Her insatiable curiosity leads her to cover a little bit everything, providing her with a vast amount of experience and knowledge.
Vinicky joined “Chicago Tonight” in 2017, after spending a decade as the Statehouse Bureau Chief for NPR Illinois and the Illinois public Radio network. She also co-hosted WSEC-TV’s “CapitolView,” and was a regular analyst on the “State Week” roundtable.
Registration for this free event is required. Participants will receive a link to join the virtual meeting after registration.
Zoom information will be sent upon registration.
Over the past few years, businesses have adopted social media as part of their overall marketing strategy. They recognized the need to be where their customers are and created profiles across Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube. Some ventured into Pinterest, Google+ and even Snapchat.
But for many of those businesses, results have been mixed. Some question whether they are getting the ROI they feel warranted.
The success of your social media activity depends on how you outlined those in the first place. If your original goal was “just get our business on Facebook because everyone else is there,” you may not be seeing much in the way of results.
Chelsie Giller, AWC member, and social media coordinator for Folds of Honor, will present a social media refresher, “Is Social Media Working for You? Chelsie is a graduate from the Paul Miller School of Journalism at Oklahoma State University. She began her career in communications working for the PR firm, Schnake Turnbo Frank, before moving to Denver in December 2015. Four years later, she and her husband moved back to Tulsa and Chelsie started working for Folds of Honor.
This event will be held via GoToWebinar. A separate e-mail from GoToWebinar with access information