Fewer people are reading newspapers, and professional reporters are in short supply.  How does one effectively advocate for a cause and influence issues in the internet age?  Chris Cardinal will outline how change in media consumption can be used to advantage.  Cardinal is a partner at Huddle Strategic Relations, a K.C. agency which focuses on strategy, development and communications for non-profits and non-governmental organizations.  Cardinal also formerly served as the legislative lobbyist for the Kansas Chapter of the Sierra Club.

ON All Souls Forum | December 6, 2012 | 12:00 pm

“Getting an Advocacy Message out to the Wired Generation” with Chris Cardinal

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Fewer people are reading newspapers, and professional reporters are in short supply.  How does one effectively advocate for a cause and influence issues in the internet age?  Chris Cardinal will outline how change in media consumption can be used to advantage.  Cardinal is a partner at Huddle Strategic Relations, a K.C. agency which focuses on strategy, development and communications for non-profits and non-governmental organizations.  Cardinal also formerly served as the legislative lobbyist for the Kansas Chapter of the Sierra Club.

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