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Know To Grow: CCP How To Cleverly Use Your Smarts And Experience To Impress Employers And Clients

When:
Wednesday, September 28, 2016, 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM
Where:
This event is a Webinar and will be hosted online using the GoToWebinar services

Contact:
Becky Lucas
Category:
Know to Grow
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Registrants & Fees
No Fee
$39.00

Join Us
 
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
12 pm CST
(10 am Pacific, 11 am Mountain, 1 pm Eastern)

 
Know To Grow: CCP - How to Cleverly Use Your Smarts and Experience to Impress Employers and Clients
Presented by Jenny Engle

 
Learn all about the latest version of the CCP and how you and your employer(s)/client(s) will regularly benefit from the designation. Lots of examples and interactions as fellow AWC CCPs answer your questions.
 
About Jenny Engle
 
 
 
Jennifer Engle, CCP, MPA, an award-winning marketing and communications professional, is a nationally recognized speaker, trainer, and author.  As the owner and principal of jke marketing & communications, a Green Plus Certified business, she helps small- to mid-sized organizations grow, while incorporating sustainable practices into everyday operations. 

A past national president of the Association for Women in Communications and one of Pennsylvania’s Top 50 Women in Business, Jenny also is a contributing author to The Success Guide for the Unstoppable Entrepreneur and The Unstoppable Woman’s Guide to Emotional Wellbeing, as well as a contributor to the PRNEWS Employee Communications Handbooks, the PRNEWS Guidebooks on CSR and Green Messaging, and HuffPost LiveVideo. 

Jenny earned an MPA from Penn State University and a BS from Millersville University.  She is a mentor and serves on numerous boards, including the AWC Matrix Foundation.