Communication is simply the imparting or exchanging of information or news. But how we communicate in social and professional settings has changed dramatically in recent years. With the rise of new mediums and constant competition to get people’s attention, effective communication is more important than ever. Our panel will talk about different ways they deliver a message, an idea or even a hallway thought. Hear about what works, what doesn’t and what we can do better.
Kathy Baird – Managing Director Content & Social, North America @ Ogilvy
Kathy is the Managing Director of Content and Social for Ogilvy North America and the co-Founder of The Unified Scene Theater in Washington, DC. Her work and passion intersect in the creative work she does for her clients at Ogilvy and in the art form of storytelling and improvisational comedy which she practices, performs and teaches. She serves on the Ogilvy PR Worldwide Board, on the board of the Word of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA), as the chair of the PR Council’s New Media Committee and on the board of Story District, a local storytelling nonprofit.
Allison Mataya – VP Client Services @ DMI
Allison is the Vice President, Client Services Director at DMI. She manages a portfolio of accounts including The International Spy Museum, NCTA, Touchstone Energy and Clyde’s Restaurant Group. Prior to joining DMI in 2010, Allison led business development in the D.C. office of Arnold Worldwide. Allison began her career with New York-based agencies Merkley + Partners, Young & Rubicam and Grey Advertising on accounts such as Mercedes-Benz, Kraft Foods and Xerox. She is on the board of the DC chapter of Mobile Monday and graduated from Bowdoin College with a double major in Art History and Government.
Moderated by Karen Goodman – Content Director @ Under Armour
Thursday November 10, 2016
6:30pm – Drinks & mingle
7:00pm – Panel discussion + Q&A
8:00pm – Drinks & mingle
1776 Wilson Boulevard
5th Floor (elevators will be unlocked)
Arlington, VA 22209
* Parking – metered parking is available on neighborhood streets or you can pull into the garage (located off N. Quinn) for covered hourly parking. Please don’t park in the Mele/Ben’s Chilli Bowl lot, they tow for non patrons!
* Metro – location is close to Rosslyn (Blue/Orange/Silver) and Courthouse (Orange/Silver) metro stops.
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Posted: November 1st, 2016 under Events.