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The National Summit on Strategic Communications is celebrating its 10th Anniversary in 2019! I am excited to co-chair this special Summit, and I look forward to welcoming you to Washington, DC in May.
The past ten years have been transformative. Our profession has experienced remarkable growth and colleagues across all sectors represented at this Summit — corporate, military, government and non-profit — have been embracing digital technologies and innovation on a path to efficient and more productive engagement.
As we plan a 2019 Summit, we invite your suggestions (email@example.com). The hugely successful 2018 Summit at American University set a high bar! More than one delegate wrote: “The strategic Summit was the professional development experience of my year!” Rest assured, we have every expectation of exceeding expectations with relevant and useful content at the 2019 so that you realize excellent returns on your conference investment.
This Summit is about “community” and “content.” It is about building a community of peers who are motivated to enhance their capabilities and advance their careers, and it’s about relevant content that shares new and actionable strategies that will move you and your organization to higher levels of success.
Check this website often for updates about the 10th Summit on Strategic Communications, new speakers and session topics which will be announced throughout the year.
I look forward to meeting you at the Strategic Summit in Washington, DC in May 2019.
Happy 10th Anniversary!
Robert W. Grupp
Summit Director and President
The Strategic Communications Leadership Initiative