IABC/Regina Virtual Coffee House Chat: Moving from crisis communication to the new normal

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IABC/Regina Virtual Coffee House Chat: Moving from crisis communication to the new normal

14-May-2020

IABC/Regina Virtual Coffee House Chat

 

Moving from crisis communication to the new normal. 

May 26 at 3 p.m.

 

What’s next for your communications team as organizations begin to move from crisis to change communication? Jonathan Tremblay, CMP, will lead a discussion on transitioning to the next phase of communications as we continue to navigate through the pandemic.

 

Join the conversation, share your insights and gather some inspiration from fellow communicators.

 

About Jonathan Tremblay, CMP

Living in Regina with his wife and two sons, Jonathan Tremblay is director of communication in the Government of Saskatchewan, where he has worked as a public servant for a decade. Notably, Jonathan acted as spokesperson and lead on issues management and media relations for SaskPower for several years. In addition to his work as a communication leader, Tremblay is a former journalist, having written or spoken on a variety of subjects for Le Soleil newspaper out of his native Quebec City, as well as for the History News Network, Radio Canada and Canadian Sailings Magazine. Tremblay served as chair of IABC’s Canada West Region (2017–2020 cycle), and president of IABC Regina (2014–2017 cycle). He also chaired the Advisory Council of the Royal Roads University School of Communication and Culture (2017–2020).


Tremblay is a proud graduate of Laval University and Royal Roads University, where he focused his graduate studies on leadership and the communication of risk, issues and crises. He has been a certified Communication Management Professional (CMP) since 2016. Championing the communications profession and the value we add to business is his passion.