Museum of PR hosts ‘historic’ event featuring Center board members
March 23, 2018
The Museum of Public Relations is hosting an historic and timely event at 6 p.m. on April 11 at the Helen Mills Event Space & Theater in New York City
The museum has assembled eight of the field's most important thought leaders, including two Page Center board members, to explore one of the most significant issues facing the industry today: “Values-based decision making in a provocative environment: the consequences of ‘doing the right thing.’”
Moderated by Craig Rothenberg, the panel will provide new perspectives on the changing role of communicators, in an environment of decreasing public trust and increasing questions about "the value of values?"
The panel includes:
Roger Bolton, president, Arthur W. Page Society
Roger Fine, chairman, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; general counsel (retired), Johnson & Johnson
Joyce Herneghan, chief communication officer (retired), GE
Jack Leslie, chairman, Weber Shandwick
Bill Nielsen, corporate vice president, chief communication officer (retired), Johnson & Johnson
Michael Sneed, worldwide vice president, corporate affairs, Johnson & Johnson
Erica Southerland, assistant professor, communications, Howard University
You'll have the opportunity to ask questions of the panelists and engage with them more fully at the networking reception following the program.
Space is very limited. Register here.
For more information about the event, visit the museum's website.