AFF-Phoenix Skill Building | Presenting on Zoom Calls - America's Future Foundation

AFF-Phoenix Skill Building | Presenting on Zoom Calls

August 12, 2020 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Virtual

Online, Digital,

With the transition to remote work, Zoom has become a large part of our lives and learning to be professional in the virtual space has become a necessity. Do you have an upcoming virtual presentation for work? Want some advice so you can be prepared for future presentations?
Join us on August 12 for a Skill Building Workshop with one of the nation’s top speech experts to explore best practices for virtual presentations. Please RSVP on Eventbrite to receive the Zoom access link.
Learn more about our guest speaker below:
Rebecca Feaster founded Feaster & Associates after working in a variety of strategic communication leadership positions in the United States and internationally. She has facilitated and presented seminars and training around the world, and is known for her high-energy presentations and workshops. Rebecca specializes in “best-in-class” crisis communication and leadership communication training, developing communication training curriculum, facilitating community engagements, and providing cultural awareness and sexual harassment training programs.
Prior to opening her own firm, Rebecca served with a diverse number of organizations, including the City of Rockville, MD as the city’s public information officer, spokesperson for Virginia State Police, and as a communications consultant in the Middle East. While living in Bahrain, she worked as a reporter for Associated Press and Bahrain’s Ministry of Information. She also spent time as a public affairs officer in the US Air Force, at bases throughout the US, and in Saudi Arabia and Puerto Rico. She holds a Master of International Policy from the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University, a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in economics from Tufts University, and is a certified mediator in the State of Virginia. In 2007, Ms. Feaster completed a fellowship program on Culture, Religion and World Affairs at Boston University.