Whistleblowers often face retaliation and humiliation when speaking up about a truth that may not be favorable to leaders and organizations. In this inspiring presentation, you’ll hear Paula’s personal story of “Taking a Stand for Ethics” and how PRSA’s values and ethics played a role in her outcome.
Through the end of 2020, Arkansas PRSA is offering its virtual meetings to the larger communications community. Both PRSA Members and guests are invited to our monthly series of virtual meetings to hear from nationally-known expert communicators, city and state spokespeople, members of the media and more.
Join us to hear from Michelle Marasch Ouellette on managing social media during a pandemic. Her work is focused on crisis communication, with an emphasis on social media in emergencies. The assistant professor of public relations at the State University of New York at Plattsburgh is the founder of the North Country Virtual Operations Support Team, designed to provide social media support to local nonprofits and government agencies during crises and has worked with a variety of other digital support during crises.
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