Empowering Women in Communications: Rachel Thompson Shares Her Expertise at AWCSF Late Lunch Meetup

Empowering Women in Communications: Rachel Thompson Shares Her Expertise at AWCSF Late Lunch Meetup

In celebration of  AWC 115 years of women’s empowerment in communications, the Association for Women in Communications South Florida (AWCSF) is thrilled to announce that Rachel Thompson, author and founder of BadRedhead Media, will be joining our esteemed panel at the upcoming Late Lunch Meetup on April 24, 2024. 

Rachel Thompson is a true powerhouse in the world of communications. As the author of the award-winning “Broken” series, including the titles “Broken Pieces,” “Broken Places,” and “Broken People,” she has captivated readers with her honest and engaging storytelling. Her latest book, “Broken People,” won the best in category (biography) for the Indie Excellence Awards in 2021.

Beyond her accomplishments as an author, Rachel is also the founder of BadRedhead Media, a company dedicated to creating effective social media and book marketing campaigns for authors. Her expertise in leveraging social media platforms to build an author’s brand and connect with readers has made her a sought-after consultant in the publishing industry.

As a panelist at the AWCSF Late Lunch Meetup, Rachel will share her insights on the future of women in communications, drawing from her extensive experience in writing, marketing, and social media. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from her success stories and gain valuable advice on how to navigate the ever-evolving landscape of the communications industry.

In addition to her work with BadRedhead Media, Rachel is also the creator of the hashtag phenomenon #MondayBlogs, which has helped countless authors expand their reach and engage with their target audience. She also hosts weekly Twitter chats, #SexAbuseChat and #BookMarketingChat, providing a platform for writers to connect, learn, and support one another.

Rachel’s passion for empowering women in communications is evident in everything she does. Through her writing, mentorship, and advocacy, she has inspired countless women to find their voices and share their stories with the world.

Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to learn from Rachel Thompson and our other esteemed panelists at the AWCSF Late Lunch Meetup. Join us on April 24, 2024, from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm EDT, as we celebrate 115 years of women’s empowerment and explore the future of women in communications.

Register now at https://awcsouthflorida.org/event/the-future-of-women-in-communications-trends-opportunities-and-innovations and be a part of this transformative event. Connect with like-minded professionals, gain valuable insights, and discover how you can make your mark in the world of communications.

For more information about Rachel Thompson and her work, visit: https://badredheadmedia.com.

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