Using Social Media for Emergency Communications: Before, During & After (Online Learning)

  • Dates: 23 – 23 May, 2019
  • Time: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Cities play a huge role in keeping citizens informed during an emergency situation. From wildfires and hurricanes to mass casualty and active shooter events, local leaders and their staff are often the ones tasked with communicating with the public about emergency response activities. What role should social media play in the process?

Join us for an interactive session with Kristy Dalton, aka “GovGirl,” as we walk through real scenarios where social media was key to successful emergency management. This session will also feature lessons learned from Tallahassee Director of Communications  Alison Faris and Coral Springs Writer/Media Relations Coordinator Lynne Martzall.


This session is co-sponsored by the Florida Municipal Communicators Association. The topic is part of our monthly series on inspiring leaders with hot topics in ethics, innovation and social media. 

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