37 min

Lessons Learned from 30+ Years in School PR with Connie Blaney, APR Mastering Social Media for Schools

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Back in 1980, Connie landed her first role in a very new position for schools with Putnam City School District. She remembers back to being the first with an electric typewriter and eventually had one of the district’s first computers!Throughout her career, there has been a lot of change, but crisis management has probably been one of the most challenging areas. Connie spends some time talking about how the Norman Public Schools handled the aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing.Networking is critical, and Connie shares how she first became involved in her state school public relations association, OKSPRA. She shares several tips on getting involved.Continuous learning is critical if you want to stay on top of your game! Connie pursued her APR and also obtained a master's degree when she was in her 50s, proving that it is never too late to learn!

SPECIAL GUEST
Connie Blaney, APR
CEO- Blaney Communications & PR, Inc.



Email: connieblaney@cox.net 



USEFUL INFORMATION
National School Public Relations AssociationFind your state chapter - click hereInterested in our membership program? Learn more here: https://socialschool4edu.com/ MORE RESOURCES
Free Video Training: Learn the simple secrets behind social media for K12 schools!
Sign up for our free e-newsletter - click here
www.SocialSchool4EDU.com

Back in 1980, Connie landed her first role in a very new position for schools with Putnam City School District. She remembers back to being the first with an electric typewriter and eventually had one of the district’s first computers!Throughout her career, there has been a lot of change, but crisis management has probably been one of the most challenging areas. Connie spends some time talking about how the Norman Public Schools handled the aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing.Networking is critical, and Connie shares how she first became involved in her state school public relations association, OKSPRA. She shares several tips on getting involved.Continuous learning is critical if you want to stay on top of your game! Connie pursued her APR and also obtained a master's degree when she was in her 50s, proving that it is never too late to learn!

SPECIAL GUEST
Connie Blaney, APR
CEO- Blaney Communications & PR, Inc.



Email: connieblaney@cox.net 



USEFUL INFORMATION
National School Public Relations AssociationFind your state chapter - click hereInterested in our membership program? Learn more here: https://socialschool4edu.com/ MORE RESOURCES
Free Video Training: Learn the simple secrets behind social media for K12 schools!
Sign up for our free e-newsletter - click here
www.SocialSchool4EDU.com

37 min