Apr. 25: Lunch & Learn – PR and Crisis

UPDATE: This event has been re-scheduled for April 25. 

Join the CPRS Northern Lights on Thursday, April 25 for a lunch and learn with the College of New Caledonia’s executive director of communications, Alyson Gourley-Cramer.

During this session, we’ll discuss PR and crisis – in particular, the difficult situation Alyson and her team faced last year with the tragic death of a CNC student near the PG campus.

Learn how challenges were overcome and how PR was used in a transformative way.

Attend in-person or online

Join us on Thursday, April 25, from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m., in-person or via our usual webinar format and a conference call line.

Register here: https://form.jotform.com/90217646431252

If you have already registered, no need to re-register. If you have previously registered and can no longer make the date, please email cprsnl@gmail.com


Cost to attend Brown Bag Lunch and Learn:

$10 for CPRS members

$15 for non-members

(Free for those who attend via the webinar and conference line).

The event is a Brown Bag Lunch and Learn so please pack and bring a lunch.

Payment options:

Cash or cheque are accepted.

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About Alyson:

Alyson has over fifteen years of experience in marketing and communications. She’s worked within the areas of corporate, non-profit, education, sport, and events, with a key focus on using the most relevant and measurable strategy for the most appropriate audience. Her work has been recognized by CPRS and IABC.

Whether that’s through website re-design, creating apps for a mobilized audience, designing large-scale events to garner excitement, creating behaviour-changing engagement campaigns, or proactive issues management messaging, she uses thoughtful tactics and collaboration to ensure success.
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