January 29, 2020
Embrace Diversity. Embrace Success.
In this issue - Deadline: February 7 for the NAMIC Leadership Seminar; NAMIC members and chapters in the spotlight; and remembering Kobe Bryant as more than an athlete.
Latest from NAMIC

Apply by February 7 for the NAMIC Leadership Seminar, April 1-3 in Los Angeles, CA. The program is designed to help participants maximize strengths, develop new self-management insights, raise the bar on performance, and plan strategically for continuous growth and advancement. Coordinators, supervisors, managers, and new directors are encouraged to apply. To be eligible to participate in the NAMIC Leadership Seminar, applicants must be current NAMIC members.

Movers & Shakers
The Washington Post names NAMIC-New York member Raquelle Zuzarte Vice President of Marketing, Client Solutions

Chapter Spotlight

NAMIC-Atlanta partnered with Comcast for their January Kickoff event. Comcast employees mixed, mingled, met the NAMIC-Atlanta board and talked about building stronger connections across all levels and areas of the communications industry.
Kobe Bryant leaves behind a business empire that stretched beyond the basketball court
REVOLT TV Announces Black History Month Celebration
HBO And JuVee Productions To Develop ‘House Of Chow’ From Ken Cheng
Director, Corporate Engagement
Lead WNET’s interactions with the corporate sector to leverage and expand corporate relationships in order to proactively identify opportunities to grow revenue across WNET’s family of stations.
Communications Specialist
Create content and design print materials, manage social media, develop presentations for public speaking events and assist in event management.
Technical Production Manager
Technical Production Managers are the backbone of every production, meticulously coordinating all logistics and live guests in CNN’s live control rooms.
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