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Feature Friday: Janis Johnston

Each Friday this summer, IWPA’s 3rd Vice President and Professional Contest Chair Ana Mendez will shine a spotlight on some of our 2018 Mate E. Palmer/National Federation of Press Women Communications Contest Winners. This week’s featured communicator is Janis Johnston, the last in our professional series…

Janis Johnston is a licensed family therapist and an […]

By |July 27th, 2018|News|0 Comments

Feature Friday: Susan Brauer

Each Friday this summer, IWPA’s 3rd Vice President and Professional Contest Chair Ana Mendez will shine a spotlight on one of our 2018 Mate E. Palmer/National Federation of Press Women Communications Contest Winners. This week’s featured communicator is Susan Brauer…

Susan Brauer is an award-winning author, artist, publisher, advocate for women, blogger, and public speaker. […]

By |July 20th, 2018|News|0 Comments

Feature Friday: Mary Wagner

Each Friday this summer, IWPA’s 3rd Vice President and Professional Contest Chair Ana Mendez will shine a spotlight on one of our 2018 Mate E. Palmer/National Federation of Press Women Communications Contest Winners. This week’s featured communicator is Mary Wagner…

Mary T. Wagner is a former journalist, blogger, author, and criminal prosecutor. She has juggled […]

By |July 14th, 2018|News|0 Comments

Crippling Newsprint Tariffs & Your Freedom of the Press

The Commerce Department will soon decide whether or not to lift tariffs of up to 30 percent on uncoated Canadian paper that have been crippling already struggling newspapers across the country. The First Amendment right to Freedom of the Press is at stake here and Americans should be very concerned. Newsprint costs for large […]

By |July 13th, 2018|FAN-Fair|0 Comments

Feature Friday: Randy Richardson

Each Friday this summer, IWPA’s 3rd Vice President and Professional Contest Chair Ana Mendez will shine a spotlight on one of our 2018 Mate E. Palmer/National Federation of Press Women Communications Contest Winners. This week’s featured communicator is Randy Richardson…

Randy Richardson is an award-winning journalist and author. With a professional background as an attorney, it […]

By |July 5th, 2018|News|0 Comments

Feature Friday: Tim Libretti

Each Friday this summer, IWPA’s 3rd Vice President and Professional Contest Chair Ana Mendez will shine a spotlight on one of our 2018 Mate E. Palmer/National Federation of Press Women Communications Contest Winners. This week’s featured communicator is repeat Silver Feather Award recipient, Tim Libretti…

Tim Libretti is an educator, leader, writer, and overall inspiration. […]

By |June 29th, 2018|News|0 Comments

Feature Friday: Marianne Wolf-Astrauskas

Each Friday this summer, IWPA’s 3rd Vice President and Professional Contest Chair Ana Mendez will shine a spotlight on one of our 2018 Mate E. Palmer/National Federation of Press Women Communications Contest Winners. This week’s featured communicator is Marianne Wolf-Astrauskas…

Marianne Wolf-Astrauskas is a writer, leader, and a highly skilled communications professional. Her accomplishments include […]

By |June 22nd, 2018|News|0 Comments

Feature Friday: Elise Sims

Each Friday this summer, IWPA’s 3rd Vice President and Professional Contest Chair Ana Mendez will shine a spotlight on one of our 2018 Mate E. Palmer/National Federation of Press Women Communications Contest Winners. This week’s featured communicator is Elise Sims…

Elise Sims, longtime member of IWPA, has had countless successes from her work as Public Relations […]

By |June 15th, 2018|News|0 Comments

Feature Friday: Becky Sarwate

Each Friday this summer, IWPA’s 3rd Vice President and Professional Contest Chair Ana Mendez will shine a spotlight on one of our 2018 Mate E. Palmer/National Federation of Press Women Communications Contest Winners. This week’s featured communicator is Becky Sarwate…
Becky Sarwate is a Chicago born freelance writer, mentor, author, and overall passionate communicator. Her successes […]

By |June 8th, 2018|News|0 Comments

Shut Up and Do Your Job!(?)

The new NFL rule on kneeling allows players to protest the national anthem… just not on the field. They can remain in the locker room for the song, but if players insist (per owners’ rules) on taking a knee during the national anthem, their team will be fined. On the surface this might seem […]

By |June 6th, 2018|FAN-Fair|0 Comments