PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT IS CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER
Dear Students, IABC London is here to support your transition from student to career professional every step of the way.
Dear Communication Professionals, you know how challenging it can be when you’re still in school and you’re trying to jumpstart your career.
Our February 12 event aims to bring these two groups together and to deliver a valuable information session in the process.
IABC is inviting you to connect with each other and to hear from our keynote speakers Scott May and Melissa Cheater of Western Universityabout video best practices in the era of social media. Come join us for an evening of learning and networking!
Light refreshments will be served.
This is a complimentary event, but registration is required. Seating for this event is limited, so, if you plan on attending, register at your earliest convenience to avoid disappointment.
Date: Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Time: 5:30 pm – 8:00 PM
Location: Western Continuing Studies, Citi Plaza, 355 Wellington Street, London
From helping cities rethink youth services, working with Canada’s best minds working to understand online identity, and showing universities how to reconnect – Melissa Cheater has been building & studying community longer than Shonda has been breaking our Grey’s Anatomy hearts. She studied Media & Public Interest at Western University, has worked across non-profit, government and private sectors and throughout her career has been breaking new ground in digital strategy (featured in publications such as Maclean’s and the Globe & Mail), helping institutions negotiate the digital shift in communications. Melissa is a digital strategist, specializing in post-secondary education and social network theory, founder of the #PSEWEB conference, and a member of the Department of Communications & Public Affairs at Western University.
Scott is a graduate of the Canadian university that offers an extraordinary experience, securing a degree from Western in Administrative and Commercial Studies. Since that time he has completed a Certificate in Communications from the University of Guelph and completed his Masters of Arts in Integrated Studies at Athabasca University, with a specialization in work, organizations and leadership.
After 20 years working in communications for local hospitals, Scott joined Western as Campus Communications Consultant in 2004. In this role he works with various programs to assist with their strategic communications needs. Scott also teaches part-time in Western’s Continuing Studies. He is a past president of the London chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators.
Outside of the work world Scott spends time playing old man hockey, practicing his bad golf game and keeping his 130 year-old home standing.
Please be advised that photographs and video will be taken at the event for use on the IABC London website, social media profiles, and in IABC London marketing materials online and in print. By attending this event, you consent to IABC London photographing/video recording and using your image and likeness.
IABC London is committed to accessibility for persons with disabilities. Please contact us if you have any particular accommodation requirements or require information in an alternate format.