Greater Los Angeles Area Chapter (Emerging): How Fake News Disrupts P2 Efforts

  • January 25, 2017
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (PST)
  • TDW+Co, 600 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1520, Los Angeles, CA 90017

"How Fake News Disrupts Public Engagement Efforts"

Presenter Amber Nelson will give us the download on what fake news is, how to spot it, and describe its impact on individuals with respect to their engagement with community issues. Come, learn, and understand the challenge fake news presents so you are equipped to develop solutions.

This event is sponsored by TDW+Co. Kenyon Mayeda and Colleen Gants, of PRR Biz, will describe their public engagement efforts

Amber Nelson is the founder and president of Lingo Consulting, Inc., a company dedicated to helping individuals and organizations learn and leverage their lingo. A writer, speaker, and consultant, Amber shares her approach to the business of language and the language of business with professionals across all sectors. She delivers compelling keynote addresses, moderates panels, and conducts workshops and training on leadership and communication for clients such as the American Marketing Association, Boston University, Digital Hollywood and Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. As a research, communications and marketing expert, Amber builds custom, targeted marketing solutions, moderates focus groups and ethnographies, writes and edits a wide array of materials for clients including Transamerica, Kaiser Permanente, General Mills, The American Heart Association, United Way, The Society of Financial Service Professionals and more. Amber publishes a weekly communications blog called The Lingo-ist and is a certified trainer for Take the Lead, a global organization dedicated to paycheck parity at all levels across all sectors. She holds a degree in Journalism from Boston University and lives in La Canada, CA.

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