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about Centennial’s Corporate Communications + PR program

We value guest speakers

Posted by Gary Schlee on October 19, 2007

Bringing in practitioners and experts adds relevance and credibility to the student’s experience. It’s a way in which the program continues to foster its links with the profession. Guest speakers who have shared their knowledge and experience with us in the past year have included:

    Stephen Candib, Gottschalk & Ash International
    Edith Galinaitis
    , Manager, Employee Communications, RBC
    Cameron Gordon, Account Coordinator, High Road Communications
    Rob Ireland, President, Mansfield Communications
    Paul Keable, Senior Account Supervisor, MS&L
    Mark LaVigne, President, Hunter LaVigne Communications
    Chobi Liang, publicist, Comedy Netowrk; now with TSN
    Pat Macnamara, President, Apex Public Relations
    Nekeisha Mohammed, Communications Officer, Sunnybrook Foundation
    Donna Papacosta, President of Trafcom Communications, host of Trafcom News Podcast
    Tracy Pederson, Co-ordinator, Events, Retail Council of Canada
    Bob Reid, Chief Media Strategist, Veritas Communications
    Julie Rusciolelli, President of Maverick PR
    Amy Schindler, Co-ordinator, Marketing & Special Events, Frontier College
    Sabita Singh, Director, Strategic Communications, iStudio
    Nadia Vercillo,Manager of Communications & Public Relations, Ontario Veterinary Medic al Association
    Jill Yetman, Consultant, Porter Novelli; now with Environics
    Paull Young, Australian PR blogger, now with Converseon in New York
    Olivia Yu, Consultant, Environics

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