January 16 Auburn Media Training
space is limited to first 20 vds students
In this season of national crisis, preparedness to effectively dispatch your prophetic voice is essential. You may be called upon to speak to a TV reporter or give an interview on NPR. It pays to be prepared. Dean Emilie M. Townes arranged for the country’s premier media training firm to customize media training for our socially conscious students who desire to learn techniques for impactful communication during protest marches, nonviolent direct action, and planned media engagement. Space is limited to the first 20 VDS students. Sign up to experience this training and be transformed in the amplification of your prophetic voice!
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About Our Trainer
Kimberly Freeman Brown is an organizational and leadership development consultant and communications strategist who specializes in racial and gender equity. She is the author of I Dream Detroit: The Voice and Vision of Women of Color on Detroit’s Future (2017) and And Still I Rise: Black Women Labor Leaders’ Voices, Power and Promise (2015), both released by Institute of Policy Studies. An outspoken advocate on labor rights and gender and racial justice, Brown has published has been quoted or published editorials in national news outlets including The New York Times, USA Today, Politico and The Hill, and on the websites of Ebony, NBC News, Buzzfeed and The Huffington Post. She has also appeared on TV One’s NewsOne, Fox Business, and CNBC. Kimberly also is Programming Co-Director for ReFrame Mentorship, a strategic communications mentorship program supporting economic, racial and climate justice organizations and campaigns. She and her husband serve as deacons in their church, River of Life Worship Center, in Odenton, Maryland.