I presented "Demonstrating framing choices as 'relevant and real': A content analysis of the diversity rhetoric used by Fortune 500 companies" at Communicating Diversity.
Sample syllabus: Social justice concerns for communicators
Communications is a field of few rules, so communicators make subjective decisions every day. This course helps students consider those choices.
For most of my life, I’ve been certain I'd never do a Ph.D., but, as stated in the SOJC’s viewbook, “Great researchers find a thread that fascinates them, and they don’t stop pulling until they’ve unraveled the truth.”
What you think does not matter: 5 things your communications staff wants to tell you
Nonprofit communicators touch all parts of an organization but, often, own no specific part. That means we care about some things that seem weird to others, but matter a lot to us.
Ethical and Equitable Storytelling
Calls for “storytelling” have become ubiquitous for communications professionals. Make sure to consider the needs and wishes of the people you interview when sharing their stories.
What’s my story?
If you're new to my blog, this is a great place to start to learn about me or find a list of my top blogs.