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Beginning Your Career During Uncertain Times
It’s hard enough to start a career in PR without having to overcome the devastating and disruptive impact of a global pandemic. Yet here you are – and you need answers to so many questions:

- How do you build a network when all of the events are virtual now?
- How do you get an internship - or that first job - when informational meetings and job interviews are only done remotely?
- Which social media platforms offer the best return in terms of building connections and creating an effective professional profile?

Our panelists include a PR graduate who recently started in an exciting position and an HR executive from a global PR firm. Moderated by Professor Lawrence J. Parnell of George Washington University, this panel is designed to give you actionable advice and answers to these and many related questions.

Panelists:
Nikki Jedlicka - Evans Consulting Group (Washington, DC)
Eric Mann – Edelman Public Relations

Sponsored by George Washington University

Sep 29, 2020 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Eric Mann
Vice President of Human Resources @Edelman
Eric Mann is a Vice President of Human Resources at Edelman in Washington D.C. He is a seasoned HR practitioner who has a wealth of experience working at agencies and global professional service firms. Eric joined Edelman in January 2016 in Canada and transitioned to the D.C. office earlier this year. Prior to joining Edelman, he worked as an HR leader at Deloitte, Stantec Consulting, and in the oil and gas industry.
Nikki Jedlicka
Communications Specialist @Evans Consulting
Nikki Jedlicka is a communications specialist at Evans Consulting, a boutique consulting firm in the DC Metro Area that specializes in transformative organizational change. She primarily supports the Federal Aviation Administration in its regulation and implementation of emerging drone technology, as well as various initiatives internal to Evans including communications strategy, marketing, and corporate social responsibility. She has additional background in facilitation and outreach and has supported government agencies, corporations, and nonprofits in the U.S. and abroad. She currently serves as a corporate engagement volunteer and advocate for the Good Food Institute.
Lawrence J Parnell
Program Director and Associate Professor @George Washington University