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3CMA Webinar
 Diamond Award Winner Webinar
Tuesday, November 12, 2019, at Noon - Eastern Time, 9 a.m. - Pacific Time
Hashtag: #3CMAWebinar
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There is no end to the variety of engagement and campaigns local government communicators undertake. That is perfectly illustrated in the three Diamond Award Winners in 3CMA’s 2019 Savvy competition. From a cookbook that can tell the story of a neighborhood, to a clean water program that channels the humor of everyone’s inner five-year-old, to launching a campaign to determine resident interest a community-owned broadband utility. This webinar will be led by the leaders of all three of these programs as they provide information that allows you to see what it takes to be named the best of the best, and also includes everything from idea inspiration, to detailed engagement plans, to amazing outcomes, and a lot of creativity. You will hear a boatload of information you can apply to your next outreach campaign.
City of Loveland, CO
 Lindsey Johansen  Nicole Yost
Lindsey Johansen  Nicole Yost

Lindsey Johansen
, is the Communications and Marketing Manager for Loveland Pulse, Loveland’s new community-owned broadband utility. With ten years of community engagement and program management experience with Loveland Water and Power under her belt, Lindsey manages the ongoing communications and marketing efforts for the new utility. She works with Loveland Pulse to offer affordable, reliable, and fast internet and phone service through a fiber-optic network.

Nicole Yost is the founder of Fyn Public Relations and is an award-winning public relations and digital communications professional who has worked with businesses and organizations across the globe for the past 15 years, She teaches strategic communications at Colorado State University and in her free time, enjoys getting out and experiencing all that Loveland and Colorado have to offer.
 City of Gresham, OR
 Elizabeth Coffey  Robin Parker
 Elizabeth Coffey
 Robin Franzen Parker

Elizabeth Coffey
is the Communications Manager for the City of Gresham. She oversees external communications channels, coordinates and leads community engagement, and manages community events. In addition, she provides services to departments to help them craft their message and get the word out. When not at work, Elizabeth can be found camping in yurts along the beautiful Oregon Coast and spending time with her family.

Robin Franzen Parker is the City of Gresham's Digital Media Producer. She brings visual stories to life through her use of still images, video, and words. When she isn't producing multimedia content for the City, she enjoys working on her own short films, geeking out on production tutorials, weekend cooking, and hanging out with her husband and pets.
 Skagit County, WA
 Karen DuBose  Bronlea Mishler
 Karen DuBose
 Bronlea Mishler

Karen DuBose
is Skagit County’s Pollution Identification and Correction Coordinator, in charge of doing what it takes to improve Skagit County’s surface water quality and upgrade local commercial shellfish growing areas. Her work includes communications, grant management, regional coordination of water quality improvement as well as water quality sampling and data analysis. As an avid gardener and dog owner, she’s familiar with all aspects of poop management!

Bronlea Mishler is the founder of Bronlea M Consulting, a communications consulting firm specializing in solutions for local government. She is a former communications director and crisis communicator and has supported and led public information and crisis communications teams for several large-scale emergencies. In her free time, she runs a small farm on Camano Island filled with cats, chickens, horses, goats and a one-eyed Border Collie.

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