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Ann-Marie Adams is a consummate communicator, educator, academic and writer. She is respected for her wealth of knowledge as a government and public affairs specialist with nearly two decades of experience in public relations, events management, social networking and advocacy. Ann-Marie has a passion for building capacity by providing consultancies to assist with strategic planning of campaigns, as well as in delivering education through workshops.
She has also established a “Perfecting Your Pitch" training course targeted for the nonprofit sector and lectures in the arena of strategic communication, message development, media relations, social media, branding, and persuasion. Ann-Marie's ongoing practical work ensures she remains current with trends in corporate communications, public relations, social media and advocacy.
Key Attributes: Communicator within and outside the organization. Politically savvy. Consensus builder. Mediator. Advocate for education and outreach. Able to anticipate problems and plan how to handle them. Familiar and comfortable with technology. Team player. Demonstrated leader.
Workshop Opportunities: Perfecting Your Pitch; Networking 101; Communicating & Connecting; Strategies, Tactics and Tools to Communicate Your Message; Strategic Planning for Nonprofit Organizations
- Ithaca CollegeCorporate Communications
- East Tennessee State UniversitySociology/Business
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