Recent Events

NYWICI Annual Meeting: Looking Back at Our Triumphs, Ahead to Our 80th Anniversary | May 27, 2009
NYWICI members came together to celebrate the past year's successes and plan ahead for the coming year.
Deal with It: Communicating in a Crisis. How to Navigate the Chaos and Triumph | May 5, 2009
NYWICI presented a panel on how to master crisis management in politics, government, business and non-profit organizations, addressing the gaps, critical challenges and successes in crisis communications.
Communications Career Roundtables | March 9, 2009
This event provided students and young professional attendees with a glimpse into various communications careers, in information-packed roundtable discussions with a very diverse group of speakers.
Lost in Translation: The Secret to Communicating Across Cultures and Generations Successfully | March 3, 2009
On March 3, NYWICI members and guests gathered at Burson-Marsteller NY for a discussion on communication challenges and opportunities across generations and across cultures.
New Year, New You, New Thoughts on Being Fabulous: A Night with Candace Bushnell | February 26, 2009
NYWICI's Feb. 26 event "New Year, New You" with guest speaker Candace Bushnell was held at von Furstenberg's in the West Village and was most definitely a celebration of female friendship.
Behind the Scenes at WABC-TV for Student Members | January 13, 2009
“We Need You Women in Management!” By Marie Dugo The New Year presented student members with a new opportunity: a behind-the-scenes look at the local news station WABC-TV (channel 7). Clearly this offer was too good to pass up, which is why 45 students had registered for the January 13 event; unfortunately only 20 were allowed to attend, and there are already talks of a second trip to the Lincoln...
2008 Communications Career Conference | November 15, 2008
fantastic event, please check out this feature!!
Take the Lead | April 7, 2008
Join us: New York Women in Communications empowers women in all fields of communications to reach their full potential by promoting their professional growth.

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