February program explores role of civility in communications
Do you yearn for more civil dialogue? In these divided days, our hopes for civil dialogue seem to be in danger. And as communicators we are sometimes caught in the middle. Join us for breakfast on February 15 at 8:00 a.m. as popular lawyer and advocate for government transparency Jack…
Resolve to lead with “generous intent” at Jan. 26 webinar
How to Lead with Generous Intent — and Bring out the Best in Ourselves and Others As professional communicators, we face the pressures of competing deadlines and constantly changing priorities every day. To make an impact and advance in our organizations, we need exceptional leadership skills to inspire others and…
Boot Camp Digital Interactive Workshop Gives Hands-on Experience
More than 20 local communicators got hands-on experience in sharpening their interactive skills IABC of Greater Cincinnati’s October workshop presented by Boot Camp Digital. Participants learned how to make the most out of the latest communication tools, and take them a step further by measuring results and focusing on trends that…
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Welcome new members!
IABC of Greater Cincinnati is growing! This month we welcome new members from Luxottica, which has its North American headquarters in Mason.
- Silvia Zanatta
- Ilaria Capozzi
- Fabio Bordighi
- Guilia Cominato
We look forward to getting to know you!
Joy Lovejoy honored as “Unsung Hero” at Heritage Region Conference
IABC of Greater Cincinnati’s own Joy Lovejoy, ABC, received the Unsung Hero Award at the IABC Heritage Region conference in November. Joy, who is a Senior Board Member for our chapter, was recognized for her more than 20 years of work for IABC at the local, regional and national levels.
Over the last two decades, Joy has served as chapter president, District Director for two terms, and in numerous roles for the Heritage Region. She has also served two terms on the International Executive Board, was an Accreditation Exam Grader for 15 years, a Research Foundation Proposal Committee member for five years, and a two-year member of the Think Tank.
Region Chair Mary Bogan, who presented the award, said, “Joy Lovejoy has been a driving force in IABC at the local, regional, and international levels. It is way past time for us to publicly thank her for her years of devotion and leadership.”
Congratulations to Joy, and thanks for all of her hard work here in Cincinnati and beyond!