Register soon for our Jan. 9 luncheon program:
“Creating a Call to Action”
11:45-1, January 9, 2018 at El Basha, 256 Park Avenue, Worcester
It’s always about motivating an audience to act, but for some communicators that action involves more than a mouse click, and possibly even includes personal sacrifice.
Our January 9th panel of communicators knows this kind of call to action well. And what they will share at our monthly Communicators Club luncheon can certainly be geared toward your own calls to action on behalf of your own endeavors or those of your clients.
So sink your teeth into a very relevant topic and a strong panel of experts, including:
director of marketing and sponsorship for the Pan Mass Challenge. Bill brings over 25 years of marketing experience directing projects for profit and non-profit organizations, in radio and event planning. The PMC raised over $51 million s last year from the weekend bike ride from Sturbridge to Provincetown. Bill studied Communications at the University of Rhodes Island.
has had a distinguished career in the Office of the Chief of Protocol, which he led as both deputy chief and acting chief. The officie is the liaisonfor visiting foreign dignitaries and arranges for presidential and vice presidential travel. Earlier, he worked on the 2009 Presidential Inaugural Committee, as the National Director for LGBT Outreach for the 2008 “Hillary for President” and as Events Director for “Boston 2004,” the host committee for the 2004 Democratic Convention in Boston. He also was co-founder of Rafanelli Events. Mark is a graduate of Boston University and Boston University Law School.
Katie Marquedant Walsh
is a Senior Project Specialist for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center. She is responsible for the messaging of news and public affairs to the media in general. Katie has over 30 years of broadcast and marketing experience in New England and national. She began her career as an assignment editor at WCVB-TV, Channel 5. Katie has been a field producer for ABC News, Inside Edition and other national syndicated national news organizations. Her experience in broadcast journalism has lead to her ability to promote stories of breakthroughs in medicine for MGH. Katie is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts.