Join four IABC Fellows — including two from the 2016 class of Fellows — for a wide-ranging discussion on the habits top communication leaders practice to stay relevant, manage their careers, and become trusted and valued advisers to other leaders. You’ll be able to pose questions to the panel in real time or watch the broadcast later as a YouTube video. The live session is set for Wednesday, June 29, at noon EDT. Come back to this page to view the video.
About the Panel
Priya Bates is a senior communication executive who provides strategic internal communication counsel in order to ensure leaders, managers, and employees understand the strategy, believe in the vision, act in accordance to the values, and contribute to business results. She is president of Inner Strength Communications in Toronto, and previously served as senior director of Internal Communications at Loblaw Companies Limited.
Alice Brink is principal of A Brink & Co. As a counselor to CEOs and communication teams, Alice helps businesses undergo transformation through communication. The result: more engaged employees, more committed external advocates, and more brand-loyal customers. In addition to her own business, she is U.S. Account Director for Scotland-based Brad PR, and served as Senior Vice President of Vollmer Public Relations for eight years.
Sheri Rosen is vice president of Employee Communication at Frost Bank in San Antonio, Texas. Before assuming that role, Sheri spent 14 years as president of Rosen Communication Group. For 10 years before that, she was assistant vice president of Employee Communications for USAA, the financial services company. She is accredited by IABC.
Mark Schumann is the founder and principal of re-communicate. Most recently, he was VP of marketing and communications for Western Connecticut Health Network. He served as IABC’s chair in 2009-2010 and is currently IABC’s liaison to the Global Alliance. He was a managing principal and global communication practice leader at Towers Perrin for 26 years.