We’re about 18 months into the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of us assumed by now that we’d see the coronavirus and its impact in our personal and professional lives in the rearview mirror. Instead, more people need to get vaccinated, the economy could be better and the discussion about WFH and/or going back to the office continues. Minnesota PRSA’s Virtual Webinar on Wednesday, November 17th will feature local experts including Anna Lynn of the Children and Family Division of the Minnesota Department of Health; Leonard Lee, Principal of Perfectense and former MPR reporter; and Jennifer Hellman, COO and Principal (and incoming CEO) at Goff Public. They will provide the information you need to be healthier and more resilient, improve your performance at work and your overall quality of life. The webinar begins at 9 am and ends at 10:30 am, including plenty of time for Q&A. We hope to see you then!
Anna Lynn, MPP, Mental Health Promotion Coordinator, Children and Family Health Division, Minnesota Department of Health
Anna is the Minnesota Department of Health, Mental Health Promotion Coordinator. Her focus is on advancing a public health approach to mental well-being and resilience in Minnesota, particularly through policy and community engagement. Minnesota has developed a public health framework for action and Emerging Mental Well-Being narrative to advance public discourse about mental well-being and increase opportunity for investment in promotion and prevention. Anna was a member of the first cohort of 25 ACE Community Resilience Coaches and is committed to supporting community and system responses to trauma. She has a background in mental health, policy, community organizing and data analysis. She served as a research analyst at the Minnesota Department of Human Services for 10 years. Anna received a Master’s Degree in Public Policy from the University of Minnesota, Hubert H. Humphrey Institute, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
Leonard Lee, Principal, Perfectense
Leonard is principal at Perfectense. He has been a public relations practitioner for more than 20 years. He is a former senior account executive at Weber Shandwick and former business reporter at Minnesota Public Radio.
Jennifer Hellman, Incoming President and CEO, Goff Public
Jennifer Hellman is the incoming president and CEO of Goff Public, a highly respected, Minnesota-based public relations and public affairs firm. Jennifer is a sought-after expert in reputation management, crisis consulting and preparedness, media relations and strategic communications. She has two decades of experience helping clients navigate difficult situations, serving as a trusted, behind-the-scenes adviser on many high-profile stories and issues.
As Goff Public's lead media trainer and spokesperson coach, Jennifer has trained thousands of business and community leaders on how to work with the media and deliver effective and authentic messages. She is regularly asked to give presentations to share her communications expertise, and her no-nonsense, practical advice is regularly published regionally and nationally.
Jennifer is active in the business and civic community, serving on the Board of Regents at St. Olaf College, the Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce Board and the Minnesota Chamber Business Services Board.
Dave Neuger, APR, Founder, President and CEO, Neuger
Dave Neuger, APR, is the Founder, President and CEO of Neuger, with offices in Minneapolis and Northfield, Minn. A 35-year veteran of the communications field, he has significant experience in both client-side and agency public relations as well as marketing communications. Throughout his career he has emphasized targeted communications strategies in areas such as corporate communications, media relations, issues management, crisis communications, strategic planning and marketing communications.
Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021
9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Central Time
Online via Zoom.
Access details to be provided via email to registrants.
PRSA Members: $20
Non-PRSA Members and Guests: $30