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Campaigning in the era of COVID, Cancel Culture and TikTok
Tuesday, July 21
Campaigning and the rise of digital communications has increased the number of political messages Americans receive every day. How do you break through the noise, especially during COVID-19, cancel culture and the rise of TikTok? Join Meagan Bond, senior creative director at Reform Alliance, Ian Koski, political consultant and founder of Quorum Creative and Ashton Marra, teaching assistant professor at West Virginia University to learn more about campaigning and political marketing during the 2020 election year.
Senior Creative Director at REFORM Alliance
Meagan Bond is a brand strategist, storyteller, and creative problem solver working at the intersection of art and activism.
Political Consultant and Founder of Quorum Creative
Ian Koski is a creative and versatile public affairs professional with local, statewide, national, and international strategic communications experience, as well as award-winning expertise in digital engagement strategy.
Teaching Assistant Professor at West Virginia University
Ashton Marra joined the Reed College of Media in August of 2018. She teaches a variety of journalism courses, including written and visual media with an emphasis in social media video production.