July 19 Luncheon – Building Trust & Credibility With Millennials

It’s been easily determined that the millennial generation isn’t like any other before them. Armed with digital platforms and social technologies, their voice and influence can now impact the business decisions of even the largest corporations.

Whether it’s your internal staff, or an external audience – the messaging you’re putting out, and how it’s delivered is key to building trust and credibility with millennials. 

Sherry Roberts, will be our moderator. Sherry is a published Associate Professor at Middle Tennessee State University who has served as president of the Southern Business Education Association.  Join us as she asks our panel of rising millennial communicators what it takes to earn thier trust, and more importantly – their attention.

Ryan Stout is a Partner and Strategist at Astute Communications, a full-service interactive marketing agency in Nashville, TN. A one-time English major who transitioned to the business world, he now specializes in helping brands create marketing initiatives that are relevant, authoritative and actionable.

Sarah Loeffler currently works at Tanner Corporate Services as the Content Manager. She has been with Tanner for 4 years and is responsible for the development and delivery of all client materials, primarily performance support knowledgebases. She works with a variety of clients to evaluate, improve, or document from scratch the valuable organizational knowledge their employees possess, which is often an overlooked asset in many organizations.

Mollye Dietrich works at HCA as an Instructional Designer II. She has worked with HCA for 5 years now, creating communication and education deliverables in the Clinical Services Group, including web-based training courses, marketing, communications, training guides, podcasts, and more.

Brandon Mize is the Development Director atTreeline Bamboo Partners – a development agency  focused on large scale communications efforts. Brandon, a University of South Carolina alumni, found his niche in marketing technology and content strategy. He has worked to develop communications initiatives with some of Nashville’s largest corporations.

Join us at IABC Nashville’s July 19 Professional Development Luncheon. Network with our members, and other Mid-South communications and marketing professionals. Be seen — and see who else is in the room.

Meet us at Maggiano’s  July 19!

IABC is the only place to connect with communicators globally

 IABC Nashville is your passport!

New to the area or IABC Nashville? Let us know when you register, and we’ll make sure to connect you with others working in the Communications, Advertising, PR and Marketing fields.

$30 members/$40 non-members. Prepay only. Registration will not be taken at the door.

Maggiano’s is located 3106 West End Ave, Nashville, TN 37203.

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