Communicator’s corner – cluster of communicators


This week, we have curated a selection of Q&As with communicators from around the world for our communicator’s corner. We hear from a White House speech writer, an international magazine editor and a panel of PR professionals.


First, a speech writer from the White House shares his passion and drive for communication

“I showed up on Monday morning in my $150 power suit, ready to make a name for myself in Congress….i threw myself into it.” – Chief Speechwriter Cody Keenan

Read the full article here.


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Second, the Editor of Time Magazine reflects on a road well travelled

“In order to grow, we need to be able to change,” she said. “We need to stop doing things that it doesn’t make sense to do, and start doing things that it does make sense to do. We need to divert resources into the areas with the greatest growth opportunities. We need to be much more nimble and entrepreneurial.” – Nancy Gibbs, powerhouse of the magazine world. The first to shatter the glass ceiling at Time magazine back in 2013.

Read her story here.


And last, but not least, The Guardian convenes a panel of PR professionals for a live Q&A

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