A frequent newsletter to share best practice on talking to the public or your audience about the COVID 19 pandemic in a way that saves lives. Public health officials have stressed the need for clear and accurate communication as key to solving this crisis.
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The Center for Impact Communications, a US 501(c)(3) nonprofit research center, has created CommunicatingCoronavirus.org and assembled a team of experienced researchers, communicators, health academics and medical professionals to ensure the best information is easily accessible and up-to-date.
Our Editor is Christy Clemence. Christy is a communications professional who has built and mobilized communities across web platforms to inspire activists and revitalize organizations across the political, humanitarian and advocacy spheres. Her content strategies have raised millions in donations for progressive causes.
Our Head of Research is Kahreen Tebeau. Kahreen is an experienced health policy researcher, analyst, writer, and advocate in government, non-profit, and for-profit arenas, with a Ph.D. from Yale University in Political Science and Public Policy. She has taught at Portland State University and Willamette University and is a Policy Analyst for the State of Oregon.
Our Project Director is Jason Wojciechowski. He's developed communication campaigns for international institutions including the United Nations, multiple Nobel Peace Prize winners and nonprofits in coordination with governments and the private sector. He is the Creative Director at the social change workshop Corelab and a Senior Fellow at The Center for Impact Communications.
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Yes. If you are working in this field and have research to share or best practice advice, we are looking for informed contributions. Email good[at]impactcomms.org.
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