Meet a Member: Sande Snead

Posted July 7, 2015 by tlehre
Categories: NFPW, Uncategorized, Virginia

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Sande Snead with Roger Mudd

Sande Snead with Roger Mudd

NFPW has so many outstanding members who bring honor and professionalism to the communications field. One of our members who has served as affiliate president, is an outstanding communications professional and shares her talents with others in Sande Snead. She is always willing to help others. She is another unique and unbelievable member of our organization. Meet another outstanding woman I’m honored to call a friend.

Name: Sande Snead

City and State: Richmond, Virginia

Affiliate and any leadership positions: former VPW President, VPW Foundation Board Secretary

Years a member of NFPW: Joined in 1997

Tell us a little about you.

I have 30 years of experience in public relations, marketing and advertising and now enjoying the best work experience of my life as a consultant with Rhudy & Co. I work from home and have all of the interesting and challenging work I could ever want. I’m constantly solving problems. I have two grown girls and live in the city with the love of my life and our yellow lab.

Any career advice you would give?

Never lose touch with good contacts. Collect business cards, get LinkedIn, be friends on Facebook and stay in touch!

Which talent would you most like to have?

What a great question! I am a people pleaser and just wish I could figure out the right thing to do to make everyone happy — my Mom, my kids, my clients, my friends, etc.

Sande Snead interviews Governor Doug Wilder

Sande Snead interviews former Virginia Governor Doug Wilder.

If you could live anywhere, where would it be?

Richmond in spring and fall, the river in the summer and Florida in winter. And I do!

What book are you reading?

Wilbur Smith’s Assegai but also Donna Highfill’s Real People, Real Change

What would people be surprised to learn about you?

I can still walk on my hands!

Why is your affiliate and NFPW important to you?

You know, I placed a lot more emphasis and importance on Virginia Professional Communicators and NFPW when I was president of the Virginia affiliate. I think I will get more involved again, but I’ve been focusing a great deal of my “free time” on raising money for blood cancer research for the Leukemia & Lyphoma Society.

Way to follow you on a website, twitter, Facebook, etc.

http://www.sscommunicationsonline.com

https://www.facebook.com/sscommunicationsonline

Twitter: sandes1

Meet a Member: Tonda Rush

Posted June 30, 2015 by tlehre
Categories: Kansas, NFPW, Virginia

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For the past 17 years, Tonda Rush has worked mostly behind the scenes supporting NFPW through efforts such as the First Amendment Network and financially through matching grants to help NFPW grow. She is one of the organization’s biggest fans. She is part of the American PressWorks team that manages NFPW. Without her support and guidance, NFPW would not be where it is today. She also works tirelessly on behalf of First Amendment issues. Meet this unique and unbelievable NFPW member I am honored to call a friend.

Tonda Rush

Tonda Rush

Name: Tonda Rush

City and State: Arlington, VA

Affiliate and any leadership positions: NFPW Executive Office since 1998

Years a member of NFPW: 40 next year

Tell us a little about you.

I am an unrecovered journalist. I began my career managing a small weekly newspaper, segued into daily newspaper reporting and then went to law school, with the intention of returning to the newsroom with the sheepskin that said I really did know how to report on the courts and crime. (I had been the cop shop reporter.) But before I got back on that track, I was recruited by Jack Landau to join the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press to head up a project for reporters being kicked out of courtrooms after a bad 1979 Supreme Court decision. I acquired a passion for First Amendment advocacy there that I have used later in my work on the legal staff of American Newspaper Publishers Association and as CEO of the National Newspaper Association. After Carol Pierce and I formed American PressWorks, Inc., and began providing management services to NFPW, I conspired with Marsha Shuler to create the First Amendment Network (FAN) and we have been a thorn in the side of those who would govern in secret for all these years, we fervently hope.

During my law and management careers, I have continued to write, helping clients with newsletters, writing small books on public policy and ghosting speeches for our client Presidents and directors. I think when I retire, I may find some small owner-operated newspaper and go back to covering local government. Reporting was the most fun I ever had.

Any career advice you would give?  

Don’t wait until you are old to lose your aversion to risk. I did not start my own business until I was seeing my first gray hair. Should have done it much earlier.

Which talent would you most like to have?

Tunefulness. I am sure I was meant to be an opera singer, but I must have stood in the wrong line.

If you could live anywhere, where would it be?

Probably the mountains. Washington, DC, is built in a swamp. Unfortunately, it is where my work needs to be.

Tonda Rush, front right, enjoys a meal with NFPW members Betty Packard Voris, front row left; Carol Pierce, back row left; and Shayne del Cohen, top right.

Tonda Rush, front right, enjoys a meal with NFPW members Betty Packard Voris, front row left; Carol Pierce, back row left; and Shayne del Cohen, back row right.

What book are you reading?

At the moment, I am stuck on Louise Penny books. But I generally prefer historical fiction or readable biographies. Anything by David McCullough fascinates me.

What would people be surprised to learn about you?  

I crochet when I watch TV. It is hard for me to sit still that long otherwise.

Why is your affiliate and NFPW important to you?  

I have maintained a membership in the DC affiliate, but my heart belongs in Kansas.

Way to follow you on a website, twitter, Facebook, etc.

I am active on Facebook. Befriend me. Lawyers who represent the press in Washington need friends!

Meet a Member: Kay Stephens

Posted June 19, 2015 by tlehre
Categories: Pennsylvania

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One of the advantages of NFPW conferences are the pre- and post- conference tours to learn more about the region. That is where you can get to know members better, while enjoying great scenery. I enjoyed spending time with Kay Stephens on the post conference tours to Yellowstone National Park/Jackson, Wyoming in 2008 and again in southern Utah in 2013. She has been a wonderful and supportive NFPW board member, willing to help any way she can, and is working to help organize a future NFPW conference in Pennsylvania. Meet my friend and another unique and unbelievable member, Kay Stephens.

Kay Stephens, right, accepting several contest awards from me at the 2014 conference in South Carolina. Photo by Lori Potter.

Kay Stephens, right, accepting several contest awards from me at the 2014 conference in South Carolina. Photo by Lori Potter.

Name: Kay Stephens

City and State: Altoona, Pa.

Affiliate and leadership positions: Pennsylvania Press Club, current treasurer and contest director; NFPW assistant archivist

Tell us a little about you:

I am longtime newspaper reporter who writes news and feature stories mostly about to county and municipal governments and their impact on our lives. But at my newspaper with a daily circulation of about 28,000, we reporters are expected to be able to handle everything else too. Outside work, I am a Big Sister in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program, a bass bell ringer for my church bell choir and the caretaker of two beautiful Tomcats, Tigger and Patton.

Any career advice you would give?

Make yourself as smart as you can be about the issues you write about. You’ll ask better question of your sources and you’ll write with knowledge.

Kay Stephens on the zipline on a pre-conference tour during the NFPW Conference in South Carolina.

Kay Stephens on the zipline on a pre-conference tour for the NFPW Conference in South Carolina. Lori Potter photo.

What talent would you most like to have?

The ability to designate a place for everything and to keep everything in its place. My inability to keep a neat desk at work is evidence of this longtime failure.

If you could live anywhere, where would it be:

I’m not sure, but it would definitely be a place where I feel a sense of belonging and purpose.

What book are you reading?

I read more newspapers and magazines than books. But the book on my nightstand, to be read next, is “Busted” by Wendy Ruderman and Barbara Laker of the Philadelphia Daily News. I heard this duo speak last year about their investigative reporting work into a rogue narcotics unit in the Philadelphia police department. They won the Pulitzer Prize for their efforts.

What would people be surprised to learn about you?

I grew up on a small dairy farm in Pennsylvania but we never participated in county fairs. So during my senior year at Penn State, I signed up for a program that taught collegians how to groom and show a dairy cow. The College of Agriculture, along with student clubs, sponsored the show where I won the reserve grand champion amateur showman honors for 1977. I received a big ribbon and a large Penn State ceramic mug that remains on display within my living room bookcase.

What is your affiliate and NFPW important to you?

NFPW and its affiliate, the Pennsylvania Press Club, have given me the opportunity to broaden my horizons. I’ve been exposed to a wide variety of talented and hard-working writers and communicators in various stages of their lives. They’ve educated me in more ways than they know and for that, I’m grateful.

Pennsylvania Press Club members Linda Koehler, Kay Stephens and Pat Ryder enjoy dinner at the 2009 NFPW conference held in San Antonio, Texas.

Pennsylvania Press Club members from left, Linda Koehler, Kay Stephens and Pat Ryder enjoy dinner at the 2009 NFPW conference held in San Antonio, Texas.

Also, by attending NFPW national conferences, I’ve been able to see sites including Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Canyon, Arches National Park, the Alamo and Chicago. I’ve been on a floating raft trip down the Snake River in Idaho (on a gorgeous day), I went zip-lining from tree to tree in South Carolina and I am very excited about seeing glaciers for the first time when I get to Alaska for this year’s conference.

Contact information:

I’m available at kstephens@altoonamirror.com and look for me on Facebook and LinkedIn.

Meet a Member: Karen Galanaugh

Posted June 1, 2015 by tlehre
Categories: Delaware, NFPW

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When I think of a public relations professional, Karen Galanaugh is one of the first people I think of. She is a bundle of creative energy and always looking for ways to do things better. One of the highlights of the pre-tour before the NFPW conference in Idaho in 2008 was getting to know Karen’s sisters who joined us for the trip. What a great family. We had so much fun on the trip and I have enjoyed our friendship through NFPW for many years. Meet my friend, Karen Galanaugh.

Karen Galanaugh

Karen Galanaugh

Name: Karen Galanaugh, APR

City and State: Wellington, FL and Wilmington, DE

Affiliate and any leadership positions:

Delaware Press Association, NFPW National Communications Annual Contest, Director 2006-2008

Years a member of NFPW: Joined 1999

Tell us a little about you

I am the youngest of a large Irish Catholic working class family from Southwest Philadelphia. There are 24 years between me and the first born. My older siblings broke out of the neighborhood and shared interesting and diverse journeys with little sister Karen. Wow, what a ride. Among my siblings: VOGUE cover model, a celebrated artist, lesbian minister, baseball players, news guys—a weird mix of wonderful. I brought my sisters with me to the NFPW conference in Idaho a few years ago and they joined members on the tours. What a hoot.

I have been accredited in Public Relations since 1993: I had been in public relations for nine years at that point and had worked in New York City on some very high profile issues—thrown into the fire immediately after college. I am presently a member of three PRSA chapters: Philadelphia, State of Delaware, and Palm Beach. I served as president of the State of Delaware PRSA Chapter and for many years was the PRSSA (student association) professional liaison to PRSSA college students in both Philadelphia and Delaware. I loved working with the students and helping them succeed in living their dreams.

If I was not a public relations professional, I’d probably be a journalist. Funny, with the downsizing of major newspapers across the U.S., laid off journalists are filling jobs in public relations. I remember a few purist journalists who thought all PR people were “hacks.” Boy, things have changed. We are respected.

I love to learn. I feel pretty darned lucky to be in a job where every day presents a new topic and learning opportunities. PR is not boring.

Idaho pre-conference tour group near Sun Valley. Karen Galanaugh and her sisters joined the tour they are back row from left, Lynne Kelley in white, Joyce Berger light green, Kat Ward, Karen Galanaugh and Carole Lavin

Idaho pre-conference tour group near Sun Valley. Karen Galanaugh and her sisters joined the tour they are back row from left in matching hats: Lynne Kelley in white, Joyce Berger light green, NFPW member Kat Ward, Karen Galanaugh and Carole Lavin.

Any career advice you would give?

Don’t post anything on the web that you wouldn’t want your employers to see. Never betray a colleague or friend. And, listen to your heart. Learn Spanish.

Which talent would you most like to have?

I would like to speak Spanish. Spanish language is common where I live and I want to be a part of the community.

If you could live anywhere, where would it be?

I selected where I am living now, Wellington, Florida, the winter equestrian capital of the world. It is beautiful here and I like being around horses. If I had more money, I’d have a place at the Delaware shore too—closer to my siblings.

What book are you reading?

The Real Life MBA by Jack and Susy Welch. I am finishing my real life Masters in the Science of Management ( MSM) at Wilmington University in June. It’s been a long hard journey. My studies continued through a terrible marital separation, divorce, and move of 900 miles away to start a new life in Florida. I remember filing a class paper while on the road to Florida with my dog and cat in the back seat. Glad I had this scholastic anchor to help me focus on something positive for my future.

I am a guest lecturer at several colleges. I am told I am good at teaching, but if I ever wanted to come onboard as staff, I should have a Master’s Degree. My plan is to teach college level courses in my retirement: public relations, marketing communication, and organizational leadership.

What would people be surprised to learn about you?

I love horses, horse sports and just being around horses. I used to ride. I actually trained racetrack horses for other careers as hunter/jumpers and pleasure horses. I was an inner city Philadelphia kid and mucked stalls for ride time. I was a fearless hack with horsesence, but it wasn’t until I could afford formal lessons in my forties, that I began to show in regional shows. I had to stop riding because of the pull of gravity—too many falls off resistant horses, too many concussions. The doctor said, “Take up golf.” I took up tennis and eventually became a very good club player.

Why is your affiliate and NFPW important to you?

DPA is like a family. It’s a small world business environment and it’s nice to be a part of it. NFPW is the same. I am fond of the people I have met through NFPW.

Way to follow you on a website, twitter, Facebook, etc.

http://www.galanaugh.com,

Twitter @KarenGalanaugh

Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/galanaugh

Meet a Member: Glennis McNeal

Posted May 26, 2015 by tlehre
Categories: Arizona, California, NFPW, Oregon

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One of the people I look forward to seeing at an NFPW conference is Glennis McNeal. She splits her time between Oregon and California and is one of the members who always makes the conference more fun. She is always looking for new adventures and is always willing to step up and learn something new. One example is when she worked a shift for the Food Network’s “Restaurant Impossible,” program when they revamped the Mill Creek Cattle Company restaurant in Redlands, CA. She did whatever was needed to make that particular program a success. She finds a way to succeed with everything she attempts. Meet my friend, Glennis McNeal.

Name : Glennis McNeal

City and State: Beaverton, Oregon and Redlands, CA

Glennis

Glennis McNeal

Affiliate and any leadership positions:

I’m a member of Oregon Press Women and Arizona Professional Writers. I served as OPW president twice, POPPS president once, currently POPPS newsletter editor. Coordinated a Lewis and Clark pre-conference tour before the Seattle NFPW conference. Coordinated the pre- and post-conference tours for the Arizona NFPW conference. Still send out meeting notices and news for Oregon Press Women.

Years a member of NFPW: 41 this year

Tell us a little about you.

I’m a self-taught freelance journalist, public relations practitioner, medical writer and magazine editor. My professional communications training came through Oregon Press Women and NFPW. Workshops and conversations with fellow members provided answers to questions as well as inspiration. Contact with fellow members fired me with desire to improve, and gave me courage to take on new ventures. The examples of their published work provided new ideas. The examples of their lives were potent guideposts, and still are.

I was the Public Information Director for a national lay health nonprofit, The National Psoriasis Foundation. I worked there for a decade and after retiring, earned a college degree in Arts and Humanities from Linfield College in Oregon.

Now I’m having a tough time saying these two dirty words: “I’m retired.”

Glennis McNeal, left and Sandi Latimer at an NFPW conference.

Glennis McNeal, left and Sandi Latimer at an NFPW conference.

Any career advice you would give?

Keep up with technology.

Don’t be afraid to tackle something new, even if you seem unqualified. I once confided in my late husband, George, “I don’t know how to do all the things this new project requires.” He responded, “Well, nobody knows everything about anything. Find someone who can help you with the unfamiliar stuff.” It worked for me!

That being said, I wish I had pursued my college education much sooner. I’d have done a better job if I’d known what I was doing.

A pleasant attitude and a sense of humor goes a long way, especially if you genuinely like people.

Which talent would you most like to have?

Perfect pitch. And a singing voice worth the gift of any pitch at all.

If you could live anywhere, where would it be?

Anywhere with interesting things to see and do. I’m an Oregon resident and also a snowbird– 21 years in Arizona, two years so far in California. Loved Arizona Press Women. In Redlands, California, I’ve joined a book club that meets in a brewery.

What book are you reading?

Missoula–Rape and the Justice System in a College Town, by Jon Krakauer. I’m from Montana and can’t wait to hear what my University of Montana friends think of the book. I’m prepared to wipe spittle from my eyeglasses.

What would people be surprised to learn about you?

I played the baritone sax in a Wyoming high school marching band and in the school’s dance band. I was a nightclub hostess and hat check girl in South Dakota. For years I edited a quarterly publication for a Weight Watchers franchise. When I told people at NFPW conferences, “I edit ‘The Loser’,” their sympathetic response was usually, “Maybe you’ll have better luck in next year’s communications contest.” The publication’s name was, in fact, “The Loser” and it actually won a few prizes.

Why is your affiliate and NFPW important to you?

Each has provided lifelong friends and opportunities not available to me by other means. Members were resources for me when I was freelancing and later, when I was seeking space nationally for health news.

Also, I love their profane commentary during pre- and post-conference tours and when meeting them in hotel bars. Conference trips exposed me to wonderful areas of the country in the company of people who knew–and shared–the real story behind the tourism hype.

Way to follow you on.

I’m on Facebook. You’ll see frequent pictures of my 8 grandchilden!

Meet a Member: Tiffany Ervin

Posted May 12, 2015 by tlehre
Categories: NFPW, South Carolina

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I met Tiffany Ervin last fall when she showed up as our tour guide for a walking tour as part of our NFPW Conference in South Carolina. Did I mention she was wearing four-inch high heels all day for the walking tour? She was a great tour guide and it was a great experience. She showed off the first selfie-stick I had ever seen, so we posed for several photos during the day. Tiffany is always sharing her singing and speaking talents with others. I enjoy following her on social media — in part so I can see the great places she shares her talents and I look forward to seeing her weekly #TuesdayShoesday update. She is another unique and unbelievable NFPW member I am honored to call a friend.

Tiffany ervin

Tiffany Ervin

Name:   Tiffany Ervin

City and State:  Flat Rock, NC

Affiliate and any leadership positions:

Media Women of South Carolina

Years a member of NFPW: 3

Tell us a little about you.  

I was a broadcasting major at the University of South Carolina (GO GAMECOCKS!!) who worked in public relations, fundraising and special event planning for more than 20 years before FINALLY working for a television station. I am a freelancer who has worked as a sideline reporter, television/radio personality, and a professional commercial spokesperson in the last four years. My experiences as both a preacher’s kid and a “has-been beauty queen” (as well as my current lifestyle as a freelancer) have given me lots of material for my current career ambition – to become a sought-after keynote speaker.

Any career advice you would give?

Tiffany Ervin, center front, taking a group selfie on a pre-conference walking tour in South Carolina.

Tiffany Ervin, center front, taking a group selfie on a pre-conference walking tour in South Carolina.

Two things…

First – “Nothing is impossible. The word itself says ‘possible.'” – I have learned it’s never too late to live out your goals and dreams if you have the right resources. Resources aren’t just talent and experience – they also include a willingness to never stop learning and growing, as well as a strong support system of friends, colleagues and mentors.

Second – “Done is better than perfect.”  Apparently delegating isn’t one of my strong points. So learning to let others help me has been a challenge, but it certainly makes life easier!

Which talent would you most like to have?

Dancing!  As a singer, instrumentalist & public speaker, I’m never afraid to be in front of a crowd.  I would never imagine myself “Dancing With The Stars,” but I would like to just have fun on a public dance floor without being an embarrassment to my friends!

If you could live anywhere, where would it be?

Right where I am!! I love to travel, but I am always so happy to come home Upstate SC & Western NC – the mountains, the people, the weather, the activities & my family & friends…what more could I ask for!?

What book are you reading?

Don’t Bet Against Me by Deanna Favre

What would people be surprised to learn about you? 

Tiffany Ervin rocking one  her 100 pairs of shoes.

Tiffany Ervin rocking one of her 100+ pairs of shoes.

Probably no one would be surprised to learn I own more than 100 pairs of shoes. But even though I’m a self-proclaimed fashionista & I love wearing a different outfit every day, I’m also very “thrifty” when it comes to shopping! I have “shopping rules” with specific spending limits on my clothing purchases! The thrill of the hunt at consignment & thrift stores is just as exciting as wearing a “new” outfit.

Why is your affiliate and NFPW important to you?

I only came to learn of NFPW and the South Carolina Media Women a few years ago. Even as the “new kid” in the group, I was immediately made to feel welcome and included. I have been inspired, challenged, educated and gently pushed to pursue my dreams and have made some amazing friends along the way. I look forward to many more years of involvement in this organization!

Way to follow you on a website, twitter, Facebook, etc. 

Facebook.com/tiffanyervinofficial

Twitter & Instagram: @TiffanyErvin

http://www.tiffanyervin.com

Also on YouTube, Meerkat, Periscope, Pinterest & WordPress

Meet a Member: Michele Turk

Posted May 5, 2015 by tlehre
Categories: Uncategorized

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Michele Turk is a go-getter. When she sees a need she is willing to step up and help solve the problem. After being a long-time member of the Connecticut Press Club, she saw the need to revitalize the local affiliate and its association with NFPW. She is working to energize the affiliate and is planning activities to be more visible in the area. Networking is important for professional communicators and she is working to help fill the void in Connecticut. If you know of anyone in the area who might be interested in joining, contact our newest affiliate leader, Michele Turk.

Michele Turk

Michele Turk

Name: Michele Turk

City and State: Cos Cob, Conn.

Affiliate and any leadership positions: President, Connecticut Press Club

Years a member of NFPW: I joined the Connecticut Press Club when I moved here 15 years ago, but I am a new member of NFPW.

Tell us a little about you.

Since landing my first job as a junior editor at American Health magazine (a Reader’s Digest publication), I’ve published articles on a wide range of topics, including medicine, education, parenting and business. Initially, my work appeared mostly in national consumer magazines, and later, I wrote articles and blogged for similar websites. Two years ago I co-edited a book, “Ink Stained,” a collection of essays by my classmates in the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism Class of 1992, and I published “Blood, Sweat and Tears: An Oral History of the American Red Cross” in 2006.  I also worked as an adjunct professor of journalism at Quinnipiac University for four years.

As the founder of A Bloc of Writers, Inc., I oversee a team of writers who provide writing, editing and tutoring services ranging from blog posts to books. I view the company as a culmination and combination of all of the skills I have acquired over the past 20+ years. I work from my home, where I live with my husband, Russ, and our two teenagers and a dog. They keep me pretty busy so I don’t have many hobbies outside of writing, and trying to stay fit at 50, although I joke that my idea of exercise is reading fast.

Any career advice you would give?

Michele Turk enjoying some time with her children.

Michele Turk enjoying some time with her children.

Anyone working in journalism over the past two decades has witnessed unprecedented changes in the industry, and we’ve all had to learn to adapt to the realties of the digital age. Despite all of the emphasis on STEM learning and careers, there will always be jobs for people who love to read, write and edit, so if that’s what you love to do, as I do, don’t become a scientist or engineer because you think that’s where the jobs will be. If you learn and hone a skill, whether it’s writing and editing or develop some other area of expertise, and you work hard, your career will fall into place.

Which talent would you most like to have?

I’d like to be able to cook — not just follow a recipe, but open the fridge and whip up something spectacular, meals that everyone in my family would enjoy. No matter how hard I try, that’s probably not going to happen.

If you could live anywhere, where would it be?

Italy.

What book are you reading?

I always have several going at once….I just came back from vacation, where I read a novel called “The Accident” by Chris Pavone. It’s a thriller – not a genre I typically read – about the publishing world. I am also making my way through the late David Carr’s memoir, “Night of the Gun.”

What would people be surprised to learn about you?

I’ve lived in a Connecticut suburb of New York City for 15 years, the Washington D.C. area for six years and I spent seven years in New York City, so I think people are sometimes surprised when they learn that I grew up in a small farming town in New Jersey whose claim to fame is the “blueberry capital of the world.” My family still lives there, and I am heading there to celebrate my mother’s 80th birthday.

Why is your affiliate and NFPW important to you?

I just took over as president of the Connecticut Press Club, an affiliate that has not been active for a year or so. I look forward to meeting and getting to know fellow writers, and I consider it an honor and a challenge to try to revive the chapter. I aim to bring in a younger, more diverse membership with a variety of backgrounds, including writers, editors, authors, bloggers. Since there is no New York affiliate at this time, I’d like to try to include colleagues in neighboring Westchester County, NY. I’m thrilled to have the support and resources of the NFPW to guide me, and to be a part of the national organization.

Way to follow you on a website, twitter, Facebook, etc.

www.ablocofwriters.com

Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=151009562&trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile


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