Are you a passionate professional with exceptional strategic and creative communication abilities and strong research and analytical skills? Let's Talk Public Health is looking for an independent contractor to fulfill the part-time role of chief marketing officer (CMO). As CMO, the contractor would oversee and implement Let’s Talk Public Health’s advertising and marketing strategies and campaigns; supervise the relevant work of interns, fellows, and other contractors; and assist with client projects as needed.
Calling All Public Health Students with Creative Interests: Let's Talk Public Health Unveils Three Internship Opportunities Just for You
Are you a passionate and creative public health student looking to gain practical experience in communication and marketing? Let's Talk Public Health is thrilled to announce three new internship positions for its Experiential Learning Program. As an intern, you will have the chance to expand your public health communication and marketing knowledge, skills, and experience in a supportive, collaborative, and creative environment.
In the field of public health, effective communication can make all the difference between life and death, as well as impact the quality of life for individuals and communities. Monique Thornton, founder and CEO of Let's Talk Public Health, has been recognized for her emerging contributions in this arena. On June 17, 2023, she received the esteemed IMPACT Award, the highest honor presented to distinguished Black alumni by the George Washington University (GW) Office of Alumni Relations in partnership with the GW Black Alumni Association (GWBAA) Committee.
The Complete List of Observances for Public Health Communication and Marketing: A Tool for Promoting Health Messages
Observances present a powerful tool for social marketing, health education, health promotion, and health marketing. Health awareness and action days, weeks, and months provide designated periods of time for helping to raise awareness of, mobilize resources for, and celebrate advancements in addressing important public health topics and issues.
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