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On behalf of Black Professionals in International Affairs, we invite you to a Professional Development webinar on...
Increasing Your Visibility:
Tips for Creating An Unforgettable Presence
by Ashley Joy
Many people feel uncomfortable at the thought of promoting themselves, so they assume a more passive role in the workplace and life. Fortunately, there are many simple ways that you can become more visible, even if you are not naturally outgoing. In this webinar, Ashley Joy will discuss the critical elements that come with building a leadership brand that will help you see yourself as a powerful force, more importantly, be seen by others.
Following the public program, which is open to all, there will be a short, informal quarterly check-in for mentoring program participants.
About the speaker: Ashley Joy is a non-profit and communications professional that helps organizations get clear on their message and facilitates workshops within the corporate, nonprofit, education, and faith-based sectors. Ashley focuses her training on crisis communications, media interview training, leadership communications, and executive presence. Ashley earned her Bachelor’s degree in Business Management at Wilberforce University in Ohio and holds a Master’s degree in Multi-Media communications with an emphasis in Journalism from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California. Ashley currently resides in Birmingham, Alabama and is the author of two books, "She Laughs,” a devotional and "Dreams of Joy: Encountering An Unfailing God and His Unfailing Love”.
Main Program: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Quarterly Mentoring Check-In: 8:00 - 8:30 pm
The Zoom call details will be included in your registration confirmation email.
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CONSTITUENCY FOR AFRICA POSITION PAPER on US Policy Toward Africa - Final for Distribution (1).pdf
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