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Chat topics, dates and times for June 2012

We’re excited to start our seventh month of #AWCchat:  a one-hour, weekly online chat on Twitter where we discuss a variety of communications-related topics.

Nope, you do not have to be an AWC (Association for Women in Communications) member or a woman to participate.

The chat is held weekly, for one hour, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. CST (Central Standard Time) on Thursdays.

There will usually be a transcript on our Chirpstory channel if you can’t make it.

Here is a helpful post on how to participate in a Twitter chat, by Lisa Barone.

Here’s the plan:

Schedule/Topics June 2012

    • Thursday, June 7  –  Getting more business value from conferences, with guest host Aliah Davis-McHenry (@AliahPR)
    • Thursday, June 14  –  Communicating with diverse audiences, with guest host Emmelie De La Cruz (@HerMusings)
    • Thursday, June 21  –  (Rescheduled because of Twitter outages)
    • Thursday, June 28  –  Roadmap to “Escape from Cubicle Nation” – how can you get ready to go solo?

(Hat tip to National Board of Directors member Maria Henneberry, who suggested the last topic based on a great visit with the Santa Barbara, CA chapter of AWC.)

Please follow @AWCchat on Twitter, tweet us any other topic ideas you have and we look forward to seeing you at one or all of the chat sessions.

Thanks very much for your support of the AWC – where we “get” communications integration thanks to our diverse and talented membership!

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