Thu, Dec 01|
Articulating Change: Advocacy as an Act of Presentational Communication
Advocacy as communicative action on the Hill, in the boardroom, through the classroom
Time & Location
Dec 01, 2022, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
About the Event
The purpose of this four-part series is to continue highlighting the valuable connections between language skills and everyday areas of life and work. The framework of this series positions advocacy as an act of communication and storytelling by tying each topic to a mode of communication as defined by the Performance Descriptors. Attendees will hear personal and professional stories from special guest speakers with language experience and an understanding of how different types of communication impact audiences. Attendees will then hear from JNCL-NCLIS leaders about how we see this type of communication value in our advocacy and have the opportunity to participate in a professional development activity and debrief to build experience and confidence in three-modes driven language instruction that serves as a great language advocacy tool. Professional development attendance certificate for 2 hours included.
Articulating Change: Advocacy as an act of Presentational Communication
Date: December 1st, 2022 4PM ET
Subtopic: Language at the Intersection of Business and Hospitality
Key Takeaways: The way prepared outward-facing information reaches out to advocate for the value of language and culture specifically in business and hospitality.
Principal Communications Associate/Diversity Inclusion & Belonging, Capital One
Sonia Zamborsky is a communications & diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (DEIJ) professional with over two decades' experience helping organizations tell their story to articulate change. Sonia spent 14 years on Marriott's Digital Globalization team, providing operations and communications leadership for an extended team at HQ and around the globe. After leaving Marriott, she pivoted into consulting on DEIJ projects for The Nature Conservancy, Bethesda African Cemetery Coalition, Sustainability Matters, and others. Sonia recently came back to Corporate America via a comms role at Capital One, where she focuses on increasing workplace inclusion & belonging.
French Teacher, Lakeside School
Omar Rachid is an experienced educator, coach and leader with a demonstrated history of working in both primary and secondary education in service of multilingual students and language education. A native of Venezuela, he grew up in a multicultural Moroccan and Syrian household, studied in the US and France and has been based in Singapore for the past seven years. I am currently based in Seattle teaching Middle School French at the Lakeside School. Please visit: https://youtu.be/z5OtvgQW6GI to learn more about my educational beliefs.
This ticket includes the opportunity to complete the professional development hours activity (up to 2 hours)$35.00
Full Series, Discounted Price!
Access to all 4 webinars in the series, live and recorded$100.00