BCEPC February 26, 2019 Dinner Meeting - Ethics

Date: Tuesday, February 26, 2019
Time: 5:30pm - 8:00pm
Location: Doylestown Country Club
Speaker: Laura Powers

This Meeting is being generously sponsored by:

Rich Newman/John Ortolf


Fox Rothschild

To access the handouts for this meeting, please click on the link below.  If you are registered to attend, please print a copy of the handouts with you or download them to your mobile device.  A very limited number of handouts will be available at the registration desk for onsite registrants.


Our Speaker:

Laura is an award-winning communications and development strategist with more than 25 years of career experience in multi-channel marketing and brand management across numerous industries. Her many accomplishments include multiple Summit Creative Awards from Summit International Awards (SIA), numerous Pepperpot honors from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), several Web Marketing Association webawards, and a Communicator Award of Excellence from the International Academy of Visual Arts.

In her current role at the Philadelphia Bar Foundation, Laura oversees the design and implementation of integrated communication initiatives that raise visibility and donor response. She has expertise in strategic planning, business development, public awareness campaigns, integrated branding initiatives, marketing technology evaluation, new media, and marcom analysis & measurement. A creative by trade, Laura has directed large-scale branding and advertising campaigns for nonprofits, banks, law firms, tech companies, educational institutions, and government entities.

Laura is engaged in outreach with local, regional and national communities through several organizations. She is a current member of the Board of Trustees of Tabor Children’s Services, a nonprofit that provides a comprehensive range of programs to ensure that children, youth and families are secure in their homes and communities. She recently served as a Legal Marketing Association board member and leader for the Northeast Region during the group’s structural transformation from a local to regional model.

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