If you are thinking about submitting an entry for the IABC Gold Quill Awards this year, you don’t want to miss this webinar. Ed Kamrin, SCMP, chair of the IABC Awards Committee, shares all the information you need to create your best possible Gold Quill Awards entry. He talks about the scoring process, what the evaluators are looking for, what to include (and what to leave out!), and walks through all of the available resources on all things Gold Quill.
You’ll find the presentation slides here.
Presenter/Ed Kamrin, SCMP, IABC Awards Committee Chair, focuses on communication that mobilizes people to make a positive impact at their workplaces, in their communities, and in their lives. Over the past two decades, he has worked with organizations ranging from early-stage startups to FORTUNE 5 companies, and he currently leads communication for corporate responsibility at McKesson Corporation. An IABC member since 2007, Kamrin has served the association as San Francisco chapter president, Pacific Plains Region chair, and inaugural chair of the IABC Foundation Grant Selection Task Force. He has evaluated international, regional and local awards for more than ten years. Since 2004, he has donated more than 1,500 hours of pro bono consulting to nonprofit organizations, with a focus on messaging and branding projects. Kamrin is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Swarthmore College and completed graduate work at the University of Helsinki.