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Special delivery to Erin from NAGC for allowing us to feature her this month!


Erin Vader

is the Communication and Public Engagement Manager for the City of Olathe, Kansas. She oversees public and media relations, digital/social media, video production, web content, and internal communications. Erin has been in her current role for five years and with the City of Olathe since 2004. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Kansas State University and a master’s degree from the University of Nebraska. Erin is also a Certified Public Manager. See Erin's posting on the NAGC Adventures in Government Communications blog.



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NAGC 2015
Communications School


June 2-4, 2015

Memphis, Tennessee


Registration is now open!

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About the NAGC Communications School
The Communications School is the only event of its kind that provides invaluable networking opportunities and practical educational sessions to help government communicators increase their skills. The coveted NAGC Government Communicator of the Year Award is presented during the Communications School and honors an individual who has brought forth government's message with a high standard of professionalism and ethics.

Who Should Attend

Federal, state, and local government communicators, including contractors who direct and facilitate government communications - editors, writers, graphic artists, webmasters, video professionals, broadcasters, photographers, information specialists and agency spokespersons.


NAGC Webinar: "Social Media Security: It's Personal"
Presented by Lt. Anastacia Visneski, Coast Guard's Digital Media Officer

(May 13, 2015) The video and slides from this webinar, which was held on May 13, 2015, are posted in the members only area on the NAGC Webinars page.

Did you know with just your first name and a couple of pictures, someone can find your yearly income, where you work, and your address? Just as critical as agencies using official social media accounts safely is teaching employees how to be safe with their personal accounts. With the ever-increasing popularity of social media, the lines between personal and professional lives are increasingly difficult to distinguish. This webinar discussed common mistakes made by users on social media when it comes to protecting personal information and teach how to be more vigilant about what information is being shared online.