Policy & Advocacy in the 24-Hour News Cycle
The Wagner Review is excited to host: Policy and Advocacy in the 24-Hour News Cycle. This panel discussion will explore how Wagner students and alumni can work to ensure that the causes, issues, and messages they champion stand out in the chaos of broadcast, digital, and social media. The conversation will cover how the desired messages of policy realists and advocacy idealists can stay competitive in our "hot take"-driven marketplace of ideas.
The panel discussion will be moderated by Jenna Brayton, an NYU Professor and former Associate Director of Content and Operations at the Office of Digital Strategy in the Obama White House.
Our panelists include:
Eric Phillips, former Press Secretary for Mayor de Blasio and current Senior Vice President of Crisis & Reputation Risk Advisory Practice at Edelman,
Loretta Kane, Partner at Camino PR
Jamila Brown, Communications Director of SumOfUs and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Service at Wagner.
Policy and Advocacy in the 24-Hour News Cycle will take place at the Puck Building (295 Lafayette St.) from 6:30 - 8:30 pm on Wednesday, Oct. 23. RSVP Below.
The Wagner Review is the student-run academic journal of the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University. The Wagner Review promotes dialogue on issues related to public service, by publishing original research from a diverse group of students and alumni that reflect the academic programs offered and scholarly research conducted at NYU Wagner.