Following a year of activism for racial equity and social justice, there is a growing conversation in the business community on the important role companies have in diversity, equity and inclusion. Over the last few years, we’ve seen a slew of public relations disasters from leading corporate brands because diversity was not at the table when decisions were made. While leaning into issues is hard and uncomfortable, leaning in comes with ample opportunities for internal and external communication blunders. Amber Booth-McCoy will discuss how communicators can lead their organizations with genuine, authentic and inclusive communications strategies.
The 2020 ARCom Awards will be held virtually, and the committee is hard at work creating a unique experience just for you! We will celebrate each other but still maintain the fun and recognition of this popular awards event. Watch your inbox for your official email invitation and ticketing details.
This June, hosts Adena J. White, Kara Wilkins and Katrina Dupins share the experiences of Black Southerners living in, loving, and reconciling with the region they call home. During this program, Adena, Kara and Katrina – all professional communicators – will talk about how Blackbelt Voices came to be, the importance of media representation, and adapting messages to resonate with different audiences.
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