Joanne Gerstner, Sue Voyles, Nicole Scheffler and Kathleen Norton-Schock from the Detroit Chapter are among the 2017 Clarion Winners. Gerstner’s new book, “Back in the Game: Why Concussion Does Not Have to End Your Athletic Career,” won in the nonfiction, non-technical category. Voyles, president of Logos Communications, took top honors in the Special Promotion category
Name: Michelle Gilbert Title: Vice President, Public Relations, Comcast Cable Heartland Region Company/Employer: Comcast Career: I spent 9 years with a local PR agency (Marx Layne & Co.) learning the business from the ground up before being hired away by my client, Verizon Wireless. At Verizon, I developed and managed all media relations, social media,
Created by two diverse technology-oriented women (with a combined professional background of 65+ years), Diva Tech Talk is a specialized podcast channel celebrating women making an impact in technology. The distinctive series inspires women/girls to succeed in technology-driven missions, and features interviews with established and emerging female tech leaders. Accomplished women get "on the mic"
Jordan E. Taylor Marketing Coordinator – OpTech, LLC The formula for success is always different for each person, however the common piece to every equation is mentorship. Behind every successful person is at least one mentor. Whether you decide to climb the corporate ladder or peruse entrepreneurship, having a mentor will enable you to accomplish
Originally Posted on www.optechus.com Jordan E. Taylor Marketing Coordinator – OpTech, LLC Upon its debut in 2003, many people were unsure if there was a need for yet another social media platform. Now, 14 years later, LinkedIn is the third most popular social network and has forever impacted the way we network, find jobs,
Jennifer Cherry Foster Catalyst Media Factory One of the great things about the Internet and social media are their enormous reach, including the ability to generate tremendous buzz very quickly as things “go viral.” It is also one of its greatest dangers, in a world where everyone is a reporter. Any communication, once broadcast,