**ONLY 30 TICKETS AVAILABLE. REGISTER ONLINE BY CLICKING HERE.**
As communicators, we help leaders uplift, inspire, and motivate their audiences to action. One of our most important tools is writing compelling speeches that connect with people.
But what does that mean in a time when audience attention spans are shrinking and many people are accustomed to PowerPoints?
Join one of Hawai‘i’s best speechwriters, Elisa Yadao, in a discussion about how to craft remarks and messages that are authentic and compelling in 2017.
About Elisa Yadao
Elisa’s career has taken her to every corner of the communications profession: reporter and TV broadcaster, spokesperson for some of Hawai‘i’s largest organizations, solo practitioner and freelancer, and now senior vice president for consumer experience at HMSA. She’s provided strategic counsel and written for many of Hawai‘i’s top businesses, nonprofits, and policy makers.
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
11:30 a.m. to noon: Registration and networking
Noon to 1:30 p.m.: Lunch, discussion, and Q&A
1050 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 2360 (above Pa‘ina Cafe)
Or as we say in Hawai‘i, Ward Warehouse second floor, makai side
PROGRAM COST (including lunch):
$30 – General Admission
$25 – PRSA Hawai‘i Chapter Members
$20 – PRSSA and APR Members
Free at Ward Warehouse
RESERVATION AND CANCELLATION POLICY:
No refunds after Monday, Feb. 20 at noon
Questions? Email program co-chairs Rebecca Pang and Francis Choe at firstname.lastname@example.org