September 21, 2016: Write Like a Leader

Patricia Prijatel, Distinguished Professor Emerita, Drake School of Journalism

Are you a leader? Do you write like one? Here’s how you can —and shpat-jpgould.
Pat’s presentation will help you define your areas of leadership and encourage you to communicate their strengths with energy and precision.

Presenter: Patricia Prijatel is the author of Surviving Triple-Negative Breast Cancer and the co-author of The Magazine from Cover to Cover. She is the founder and editor of the Positives About Negative blog, designated a Top Breast Cancer Blog. She is the E.T. Meredith Distinguished Professor Emerita, the former director of the School of Journalism and Mass Communications, and founder of the E.T. Meredith Center for Magazine Studies at Drake University. She has been published in national magazines such as Better Homes and Gardens, Diabetic Living, Heart Healthy Living, and Mamm, and is a contributor to Breastcancer.org, Cure.com. And, just for fun, she has published two children’s books on Lulu.com, The Mountain Dogs Meet the Wind and How Did the Pirate Get Onto the Mountain?

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/patricia.prijatel
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/patriciaprijatel
Website: http://patriciaprijatel.com

Fleming Joins National Board

Peggy Fleming

Congratulations to chapter president Peggy Fleming, who is now a member of national AWC’s Board of Directors.

Peggy believes “this is an exciting time for AWC and a great time to be involved at the national level where you can be part of developments that will shape the organization for years to come. As incoming co-chair of the MarCom Committee, it makes sense to have a closer connection to what is going on with the board.”

Her 3-year term began January 1, 2016.

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We are a friendly group of communications professionals who are serious about our work and supportive of each other. Our programs offer a mix of professional development, personal growth, networking, and cutting edge technology. Our luncheon meetings are generally the third Wednesday of the month from September through May. You may RSVP and pay securely online with MasterCard, VISA or Discover. You may also pay at the door by check or cash, but we may not be able to provide lunch for those who have not registered in advance. Questions? Contact info@awcdsm.org