The National Association for Women in Communications celebrates its 114th year of the organization’s work empowering women in communications.
In honor of this anniversary, The Association for Women in Communications South Florida Chapter (AWCSF) is hosting a panel discussion about the future of communications titled “Can AI Transform the Way We Approach PR & Communications?” The virtual event will be held on April 12, 2023, at 5:30 pm on Zoom or Spatial.io, a metaverse platform.
Moderated by AWCSF President Tonya Scholz and Communications Director Emily Taffel-Cohen, the panel will look at the potential of artificial intelligence to revolutionize public relations and marketing communications and how AI tools can create more effective communication strategies.
AWCSF Vice President Terry Michael will offer welcome remarks.
The panel discussion will include the following panelis:
- Sibila Spalding is an experienced PR and communications professional passionate about leveraging cutting-edge technologies to drive business success. With over ten years of experience in the industry, she has developed and executed successful PR and communications strategies for various clients across various sectors, including technology, finance, and healthcare.
- Andrea Felder – An entrepreneur involved in multiple online endeavors, including AI Hacks, Caption Copy, RocketHub, Ampfluence, and more, Andrea is also a USAF veteran, wife, and mother. She believes AI will forever change the future of work and commerce. She is heavily invested in developing processes to help others learn how to employ AI in business and careers.
- Jennifer Navarrete is a Web3 evangelist, award-winning social media community builder, 18-year podcaster, and NationalPodcast Post Month (NaPodPoMo) founder.
Registration is required to gain entrance.
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About Association for Women in Communications South Florida (AWCSF):
The National Association for Women in Communications (AWC) celebrated 100 years of accelerating women communicators’ careers in 2009, cementing its position as the industry’s oldest and most comprehensive professional association. The Association for Women in Communications South Florida (AWCSF) is one of 14 chapters operating nationwide and connecting women in communications from various disciplines, including marketing, corporate communications, publishing, digital media, PR, advertising, and more. For more info: https://awcsouthflorida.org