Be Heard Blog

President’s Letter – November 2015

02 Dec 2015, by Kylie Munoz in Be Heard Blog, IABC/SD News

November is in full swing – and, as we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, it’s a perfect time to give honest thought about what we are thankful for. For me, it’s the usual: family, friends, good health, a great job, a roof over my head and …of course … IABC’s most awesome network of San Diego’s finest communicators as well as its delivery of ongoing, invaluable, inspiring, and of course fun, variety of events! Sarab B Prez Photo

That leads me to asking YOU to JOIN US for Mingle Bells 2015! It’s not just fun; it’s the holiday party of the year that you don’t want to miss!!! Join us and hundreds of San Diego’s finest communication and marketing professionals for our annual Mingle Bells holiday industry party at Fluxx on Thursday, December 10. Register today!

Nominations are now open for IABC-San Diego’s 2016 Communicator of the Year (COTY). This year, in addition to recognizing a COTY, we will also be awarding a Junior COTY—a young communicator, with less than 5 years of experience, who is already displaying exemplary leadership and making their mark on the industry. If you know a San Diego area-based leader who demonstrates strategic excellence in communication, we’d like to hear more. Nominate a COTY or Junior COTY today!

IABC membership month has been extended through November—just a few more days! If you know a fellow communicator who’s been waiting for the right time to join IABC, please let them know all about the perks of joining our extensive network this month. Anyone who  joins or reinstates a lapsed membership in November will get 10% off international dues and the $40 application fee will be waived.  Join IABC or renew your membership today!

Thank you for being a part of IABC-San Diego’s diverse network of communication professionals. It is truly the people who make IABC an exceptional network and resource for communicators in all fields across multiple industries.

Enjoy your Thanksgiving!

-Sarah Bilyeu

President, IABC/San Diego