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NABE Webinar: What Do We Do Now? How to Create and Use a Crisis Communications Plan
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When: April 16, 2019
1:00 PM Central
Where: United States
Contact: Emma Buell

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What Do We Do Now? How to Create and Use a Crisis Communications Plan

$15 for the Live Session; $25 for the Live Session + Recording; $15 for the Recording Only

During this webinar, communications experts Farrah Fite, Matthew Page and Amy Starnes will discuss how a thorough crisis communications plan can direct action and keep bar leaders focused on a clear path through any disaster — man-made or otherwise. You'll learn the do’s and don’ts from these communications crisis plan pros who have faced crises and survived.


Farrah Fite, Media Relations Director, The Missouri Bar

In her role, Fite communicate and promotes the wide range of services and resources available to Missouri lawyers, the media, educators and the citizens of Missouri. Fite also manages the state bar’s web and social media strategies. The former journalist is most passionate about shaping messaging that makes sure audiences get “what’s in it for them” and exploring new platforms to best communicate in the ways our audiences prefer.

Matthew Page, Communications Director, Utah State Bar

Prior to joining the bar, Page was corporate communications manager for Tanner Clinic, a multi-specialty, 150-provider medical facility in Utah. He was a principal at Grizzly Gulch Advertising, where he worked on award-winning ad campaigns for America First Credit Union, Big O Tires, and Larry H. Miller Group. He began his career in the marketing department at R.C. Willey, a furniture and electronics store with locations throughout the West. In his spare time Page enjoys golfing, flying, fishing and running. 


Amy Starnes, Public Information Director, State Bar of Texas

Starnes manages media relations and public information for the bar and assists with complex communication strategy and message development. As part of her duties, Starnes oversees the bar’s large, free legal resources program. She is a former journalist who has worked at newspapers and The Associated Press in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, California, and Texas.

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