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Top 5 Lessons Causes & Companies Can Learn from Each Other

Amy George, Senior Vice President of Giving, Marketing & Communications, Mothers Against Drunk Driving

For-profit or nonprofit, the tax code is not the only thing that separates businesses and charities. Amy George, a marketing and communications executive who’s worked on both sides, will share the Top 5 lessons that causes and companies can learn from each other and how that translates to marketing and communications value and outcomes. With examples from Uber, the NFL and other leading organizations, Amy will discuss how working together, causes and companies can change the world.

As the Season of Giving Luncheon speaker, Amy will also remind all of us how to safely enjoy the holidays, and every day. She will provide interesting facts and helpful tips to help everyone plan ahead and plan for a non-drinking designated driver if plans include alcohol. Click here to register.


IABC Dallas Named Large Chapter of the Year!

Every year, IABC recognizes chapter across the globe with awards for their leadership and work to promote the Communications profession as a strategic component for business success. The trophies are handed out in person at the annual IABC Leadership Institute conference, where all IABC Board Members and leaders gather to share insights and education.

Exciting news! At this year’s Leadership Institute Dallas won the following three awards:

•    Large Chapter of the Year, recognizing the overall efforts of IABC Dallas’ board and volunteers for continuously driving activities and engagement of DFW’s communication professionals.
•    Chapter Management Award for Professional Development, recognizing the continuous efforts to build and deliver a consistent program of relevant and varied Professional Development events
•    Chapter Communications Award, acknowledging our efforts to consistently communicate with our members and guests and engage them in ongoing discussions on relevant communication topics, through online and social media

It's great to be recognized as a chapter that leads in programs and engagement with volunteers and the community. The IABC Dallas board is proud to accept these awards on behalf of  members and volunteers.

Congratulations IABC Dallas!




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