Meet Juanita Onochie, IABC Maritime’s Vice President of Professional Development & Events. Juanita has built a career in a variety of roles and industries with a focus on internal engagement, employee relations and events. She is strongly committed to finding the best communications tools to foster connections within any organization she’s connected with – because she understands it’s not enough to simply say you care, your actions also have to be reflective. Juanita’s keen a
Hours per week: 35 | Hourly rate: $15 plus 4% in lieu of benefits.
This position is 12 weeks, with a flexible start date. Eating Disorders Nova Scotia is a rapidly growing, community-based organization. We believe that no one should have to face an eating disorder alone. Last year, we supported over a thousand people along their recovery journey. All of our supports – including one-on-one Peer Mentoring, Peer Support Groups, Peer Support Chat, Workshops, Family Support and Nu
In professional communications, media pitches may be part of your daily duties. A media pitch is a way to present newsworthy information about your products, events or services to media outlets. That can result in valuable coverage that raises visibility, awareness and engagement for your organization. A media pitch helps an organization collaborate with media outlets and build lasting relationships. Image source: Canva Studio from Pexels.com. According to Respona, media outl
Elizabeth’s path to communications is strengthened by her background in the arts. Drawing on expertise in film and video production, arts administration and culinary arts, Elizabeth is in her element when discussing health and wellness, building audience engagement, event planning and leading integrated marketing campaigns. Elizabeth holds a diploma in screen arts and an advanced diploma in public relations from the Nova Scotia Community College, a nutritional consultant cert
As organizations across the Maritimes increase their efforts to build stronger relationships with Indigenous communities, communicators are looking for guidance on where to start, the protocols for consultation, and how to be authentic in their efforts. To help our members address these challenges, IABC Maritime Canada welcomed Nadine Bernard, Founder, Indigevisor Advisory & Consulting, and Senior Consultant, Public Service Commission, NS, to talk about building First Nations