Category Archives: Education

Big Questions Before the Website Redesign

A couple of weeks ago a couple of colleagues asked to talk about a big project: a website overhaul. They wanted to hear about the process my organization had recently undergone to see how it applied to their plans. As … Continue reading

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Just A Little Prick

A couple of years ago, as I rode home from work on the bus, I found myself twisting in my seat. “Did I just see what I thought I saw?” I laughed out loud. Hilarious. My next thought was, “What … Continue reading

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Public Health Must Learn Social Media

As I prepare to teach 60 college seniors about communications strategy next week, I find myself thinking about how my classes have changed in these past three months. Three months ago, a natural disaster weighed down on my family and … Continue reading

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Lookin’ Good

Early last month, I was asked to present for a Communications Made Easy (CME) program put on by a public health organization in Vancouver, Washington. Parents of Kids with Infectious Diseases (PKIDs) holds regular 1.5 hour presentations about communication issues … Continue reading

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Washington Journalism Education Association

Congratulations are due to the many Washington high school students who invest time in their high school newspaper. For the past few years, I have been a judge in the Annual Best of Show competition hosted by the Washington Journalism … Continue reading

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