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BREAKOUT SESSIONS FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 2018 1:00-2:00 PM

Salon CDE

When Disaster Strikes: Lessons Learned from the 2017 Wildfires Beth Berk, Santa Rosa City Schools Elizabeth Emmett, Napa Valley USD Jamie Hansen, Sonoma COE Seana Wagner, Napa COE Music Watson, APR, San Diego COE

Communications directors from Northern and Southern California school districts and COEs will share, in panel format, insight into lessons learned regarding before, during and after historic and devastating wildfires that burned more than 7,300 homes and buildings, killed more than 40 people and, of course, closed and damaged schools. With mass evacuations and loss of power, internet and Wi-Fi capabilities, emergency response and emergency communication were incredibly difficult, for even the most seasoned teams. You’ll get insight into the roles communications personnel played and the old school and high-tech tools they deployed, and benefit from the lessons learned.

1:00-2:00 PM

Salon A

“What Do You Mean I Don’t Have Permission To Publish This?” David Soldani, Partner & Mark Breese, Partner - AALRR

Join us for an overview of laws that every public information officer working in the digital age should know. In this session, we will explore the current state of the law as it pertains to obtaining and using images and videos in your internal and external communications including your use of social media, drones, videos and other tools of the modern-day public information officer.

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2018 CalSPRA Seminar Program  

CalSPRA's annual conference presents an exciting and diverse lineup of speakers, relevant workshops and practical skill sessions for communi...

2018 CalSPRA Seminar Program  

CalSPRA's annual conference presents an exciting and diverse lineup of speakers, relevant workshops and practical skill sessions for communi...

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