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Ranger Scott Gediman on the Ferguson Fire and 22 Years as Yosemite Park’s Public Affairs Officer

PRSay

Over his 22 years as public affairs officer at Yosemite National Park , Scott Gediman has experienced a myriad of crises on the job, from floods and rock falls to hantavirus outbreaks. “It It seems like my life here is a perpetual crisis,” said Gediman, a longtime PRSA member. Do you also manage social media for the park?

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Leading With Ethics During COVID-19

PRSay

Set in a “radio show” format, we opened the calls with leading news from VHA’s COVID-19 cases and information from the top. We provided weekly training sessions to ensure that public affairs officers could hone their skills. Communication avenues included: Daily C19 communication flow calls with nearly 400 participants.

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Top 10 Influential PR Businesses to Follow in 2020

Critical Mention

The Perspectives section of their site covers many types of communication content, some including advertising, branding, marketing and public affairs. Looking for a way to monitor, analyze and share your coverage from TV, radio, online news and social media sources? Work hard play nice. Create a best place to work. Take risks.

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EKA: How Media Monitoring Aligns with Strategic Communications

Critical Mention

EKA is a leader in providing public and private sector experience and assistance when making critical decisions. “EKA is a government relations and public affairs firm specializing in political consulting, government relations, policy issues, and crisis communications strategy.” ” Until next time!

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Lake Forest Chamber of Commerce Livecast talking Crisis PR

The Stalwart Blog

I started actually as a Navy officer, turned Navy public affairs officer. The bottom line is that crisis PR, which is now my specialty, has been something I’ve done since the beginning because in Navy operations something always happens that draws the media attention. Dave Oates: Sure. They go to the news.

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