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3CMA Webinars
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Wednesday, October 23, 2019, at 2 p.m. Eastern Time, 11 a.m. Pacific Time
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Social media managers and content creators face many challenges as part of their daily (and nightly) workload. This webinar tackles those challenges through policies, editorial calendaring, and the energy provided through creative strategy. This three-pronged approach ensures that your workload not only is sustainable, but also is fun (at least some of the time). It will be taught by two veteran communication pros from the Certified Public Communicator Program at  TCU in Ft. Worth, Texas. Their sessions at 3CMA conferences and previous webinars are among the highest-rated by members and always provide strategies and tools you can implement in your work.
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Jacqueline Lambiase, Ph.D., TCU Ashley E. English, Ph.D., TCU
Jacqueline Lambiase, Ph.D., is department chair and professor of strategic communication at TCU in Fort Worth, TX. She directs the Certified Public Communicator Program at TCU, which partners with 3CMA to provide graduate-level professional development for public-sector communicators. Lambiase has published more than 40 journal articles, edited books, white papers, and book chapters on social media and public-sector communication, public relations ethics, and gender in advertising.

Ashley E. English, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of strategic communication at TCU in Fort Worth, TX where she also serves as a core faculty member in the Certified Public Communicator Program. English earned her Ph.D. in Public Administration & Management and is the co-founder of the TCU Nonprofit Communicators Conference. Her current research interests include examining social media fatigue among content creators and identifying how megachurches use digital platforms to facilitate dialogue and promote accountability to stakeholders.

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