The Association of Continuity Professionals is the nation's leading non-profit association, comprised of professionals who are responsible for or have an interest in business continuity, preventing disasters, providing disaster recovery information and facilitating the resumption of normal business activities following a major disaster.

Members of ACP nationwide represent business, industry and government organizations at all levels. Included are executives, administrators, managers, directors, writers, legal staffs, accountants, engineers, sales-persons, records managers, archivists and many more professionals.

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The Art & Architecture of Powerful Crisis Communications

Date: March 12th, 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location: United Way (50 Waugh Drive, Houston, TX 77007)

 

Bring your lunch, listen to the presentation, participate in the discussion and stay for the networking!

Synopsis:

Come hear Dee Dee Dochen, expert practitioner in crisis communications help us think through the various pitfalls and opportunities associated with crisis communications in the 21st Century. Whether you are directly responsible for crisis communications or simply advise leaders during an event, there is something for everyone. We are especially looking forward to a robust discussion!

Our Presenter:

Dee Dee Dochen, Principal, DDD Marketing Communications

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Note:
Everyone is always welcome to attend our exceptional networking and educational events. Your first program meeting visit is free and without obligation. There is a nominal fee for returning guests and non-members. Your support of the growth of our profession and the chapter is truly appreciated.

Thank you, past sponsors!

Meeting Space Sponsors:

unitedway        Synchronet        Texas Children's Hospital

 

Refreshment Sponsors:
MIR3      stormgeo

 

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