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Public Relations: Expose Yourself (Legally) – Class Eight
Public Relations: Expose Yourself (legally)
Your art is truly special and if you could, you’d shout your art opening, new show or decision to collaborate from the highest mountain but obviously that’s not the most effective way to get your exciting news to a large audience. You know that working with the media is a great way to expose your art brand and business but how in the hell do you get exposed? Okay, fine, without landing yourself in the clink… In our final class you’ll discover what’s important to send to the media, how to get them to notice you and how to “talk” to them once you do.
With special guest
Robyn Hatcher, SpeakEtc
Having been an extremely shy child, Robyn is now passionate about transforming the way individuals communicate and express themselves. For the past 15 years, Robyn Hatcher and SpeakEtc. has helped thousands of business professionals improve their communication skills. Clients include: AXA Equitable, Allstate Financial Services, Robinson Lehrer & Montgomery, Strategic Communication, Deloitte & Touche, The New York Public Library, Atlantis Health Plan, Ladies Who Launch, Williams Lea, Prudential Douglass Elliman, Grassi CPAs, Merrill Lynch and many more. Robyn is an adjunct professor at New York City’s Baruch College and The Fashion Institute of Technology, a master trainer and curriculum developer with Leadership Transformation Group, LLC ; a consultant with Hurwitz Strategic Staffing, Ltd. and a trainer/performer with Performance Plus, an innovative management training and employee development program whose clients include: Morgan Stanley, Bank of America and Wachovia. Robyn is a member of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, American Society of Training and Development, the Writers Guild of America East, Screen Actors Guild, Actors Equity and American Federation of Radio and Television Artists. She is an appointed member and committee chair of Manhattan’s Community Board 5. Robyn is also a professional actress and writer. She has appeared on TV in commercials and dramas and her voice can be heard on several radio commercials. She is a contributor to American Express Open Forum and has a book in development with Motivational Press.
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