Communicating in a Crisis: Valuable Lessons from the Pandemic
A crisis communication plan is an essential tool in every PR professional’s tool kit. And while it looks good on paper and sounds good in theory, it may not be actionable in practice.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced professionals and businesses across every industry into a new normal. As we continue to navigate the landscape of our lives as professional communicators, we are gaining new experiences and adding valuable lessons to our tool kit.
Join us at our May meeting as we hear from fellow PPRS member Ruth Miller, Director of Communications for the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency, and Nate Wardle, Press Secretary for the Pennsylvania Department of Health, as they discuss the challenges of being on the front lines of communicating about the pandemic, keeping the public informed about a situation that is changing rapidly, and what has and has not worked.
Event Date/Time: Thursday, May 28, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Deadline to Register: Thursday, May 28, at 10 a.m.
- Members/Students – $5
- Non-Members – $40
*Dial-in information will be sent after you register. The meetings will be recorded and sent to those who register and are unable to attend during that time.