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This event occurred on January 26, 2021 1:01 PM EST, but is available to view on-demand.
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Branding your district matters. This webinar will provide you with practical tips and strategies to elevate your brand from three veteran professionals, each of whom has been directly responsible for building their own district’s brand. Learn the strategies they used, the challenges they encountered, and the results they reaped. Attendees can also ask questions directly to our panel of professionals.

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Speakers
Shayla Cannady
Senior Manager, Public Relations Orange County Public Schools (FL)
Jeffrey Collier
Superintendent Saginaw Intermediate School District
Tiffany Veno
Director of Communications Garland ISD (TX)
Moderator
Elizabeth Heubeck is an independent journalist and communications consultant whose areas of interest include K-12 education, parenting, and health and wellness.
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