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Let’s Get Political: Trends, Crisis & Advocacy
Thursday, November 14, 2019, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM EST
Category: Ad 2 DC

 

Let’s Get Political: Trends, Crisis & Advocacy

Living in the nation’s capital means front row seats to everything political. From new policies to new government officials, there’s a new face of politics every day.

So how do we as communicators keep up with best practices for political advertising, crisis communications, and advocacy?

This is the burning question we’ll be answering at our next event, Let’s Get Political: Trends, Crisis & Advocacy, co-hosted with American Marketing Association’s young professionals group, District Current. With the election coming upon us in one year, it’s time to start talking about political advertising and how we as communicators play an important role in this area. Whether your background is in politics or not, there is something for everyone in the communications field to learn at this discussion.


Register below - this is a conversation you won’t want to miss.

 

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When: Thursday, November 14, 2019 // 6-7:30 pm

Where: MiQ // 1130 Connecticut Ave NW, Suite 500 // Washington, DC 20036

Metro: Farragut North Station // Red Line & Farragut West Metro Station // Orange, Silver, and Blue Lines

Cost: Free for current members of AAF DC, Ad 2 DC, AMA, and District Current. $10 for non-members.

 

Meet the speakers

 

Jesse Contario: Director, Political and Advocacy at MiQ

Jesse works with political campaigns and advocacy organizations to achieve their digital media goals and uncover actionable data insights that help win elections. Leveraging MiQ's analytics and insights platform, Jesse assists political campaigns with their cross-channel media outreach and helps non-profits and advocacy organizations capitalize on key moments to drive donations and engage their advocates.

 

Janet Goss: Partner at GMMB

As a partner and leader of GMMB’s Brand Group, Janet specializes in helping mission-driven organizations — leading public interest groups, foundations and associations — raise their profiles through branding and reputation management. Drawing from thirty years of experience, she helps organizations navigate change and position themselves for future success. She listens deeply to her clients to understand not just what they do but what they stand for and what they want to become. The result: communications work that isn’t simply adopted, but embraced.

 

Maïca Pichler: Advertising and Nonprofit Strategy Director at Veracity Media

As the Advertising and Nonprofit Strategy Director at Veracity Media, Maïca spends every day amplifying the impact of people and organizations she admires through data-driven digital strategies. In her time at Veracity, Maïca has managed winning ongoing digital programs for national nonprofits and long-time incumbents, and also helped elect some of the most high-profile "long-shot" challengers.

 

Karen Doyne: President, Doyne Strategies

An acknowledged industry leader in crisis management, Karen honed her skills at three of the world's largest public relations agencies, as well as on Capitol Hill and in the media world. Before establishing Doyne Strategies in 2019, she spent 16 years at Burson-Marsteller/Burson Cohn & Wolfe as head of the agency's U.S. Crisis Practice. She also provides strategic counsel in litigation communications, reputation and issues management and risk communication.

 

This event will be co-hosted by the following organization:

 

District Current


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