Select channels of communication – this would vary depending on the target audience. This could include press conference, fact sheets and public
Steve Gleason’s battle with ALS hasn’t been easy, yet he shows us what courage really is. Steve remained strong and determined to beat ALS. What sets Steve Gleason apart from most others is that instead of becoming self focused on beating ALS, he became determined to beat it and help others win the fight. His choice to fight this disease is impressive enough but his work to bring worldwide awareness to ALS through his own organization, Team Gleason (slogan, “No white flags”) goes beyond
details of the Vietnam war as a form of storytelling. He includes several characters in
The Parker campaign and aftermath marked the emergence of the association as a potent force in national politics. During World War ll (1941-45), white traveled to the European and Pacific theaters of war to investigate charges of discrimination against black soldiers and to promote the idea that an Allied victory should lead to the dismantling of European colonialism and to racial equality for African
Vietnam was one of the bloodiest wars in American History. It resulted in the deaths of approximately 58,000 U.S. Servicemen. The Vietnam Memorial in Washington, D.C. is a totem to these fallen warriors. In, 1985 Peter Marlow photographed this memorial in his piece titled Washington, D.C. 1985. Vietnam Vet holds an American flag to the Vietnam Memorial. Marlow's photograph addresses the sacrifice of America in Vietnam and the pain left behind by those lost. Marlow shows an anonymous Soldier bowing his head and pressing an American Flag to the Memorial. This photograph is emotional and powerful, stating bluntly just how great of a price America paid in Vietnam. Marlow's use of lines and shapes, conveys to all Americans the oblation of America's sacrifice in the War of Vietnam.
Vietnamerica A Family's Journey is a graphic memoir written and illustrated by GB Tran. GB Tran is a Vietnamese American that grew up distant and indifferent to his family’s history. This story talks about many tragic history of this family and homeland they left behind. One important topic emphasised through the illustrations and words was the Vietnam War and its effect on their family.
We Were Soldiers Once and Young – Ia Drang- the Battle That Changed the War in Vietnam, was a result of several years of work that involved incredible research that involved first
with someone who might benefit through it or simply just to informed people who are interested in this topic. In the information session they handed out flyers displaying their office hours and locations of their
The first PR professional I interviewed was Jeff McDonald. Jeff is the Senior Director of Corporate Communications at Novartis. The second PR professional I interviewed was Kevin Cronin, who is the manager of Communications at Burson-Marsteller. The last person I interviewed was from my mother’s company: Gail Cohen, who is the Vice President at Acorda therapeutics. While
More than a day of volunteering, the National Day of Service and Remembrance is loaded with memorial occasions, magnanimous acts and group outreach. The aggregate group administration is headed all through the nation by not-for-profits, administration associations and corporate generosity programs as a living remembrance to the victimized people and legends of 9/11, and as an indication of the vitality of working all the more nearly together in peace to enhance our
The non-profit organization I chose to research is St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. This organization was founded by Danny Thomas in February of 1962. Thomas was a show entertainer, who prayed to St. Jude Thaddeus asking for success so that he would be able to repay others. Now, 54 years later, the hospital has over 3900 employees and is world renown for all of their work with children.
I’ve chosen Vader’s Fist: 501st Legion as my non-profit organization. The 501st Legion is a worldwide costuming organization that helps charity’s raise money through Star Wars cosplay. I’ve been a member for 5 years now and a member of the Florida Garrison charity team for 4 of those years. Members pay no dues and are only required troop one event a year to stay active in the system. In 2014, the Florida Garrison (aka Florida area) alone has helped raise over $12 million dollars for charities in our local community. In 2014, we also helped raise over $30,000 that was a direct result to membership doing anything from donating toys or money to charitable causes.
In these agencies visits the skill that was mainly used and develop was interviewing. Interviewing is defines as a formal meeting between one or more individuals where questions are being asked and answers are being given. The type of interview that was conducted was face to face consultation. This is one of the best types of interview because it gives you an opportunity to observe the surroundings and body language of the interviewee.