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Communicating Culture Change Pt. 2

Wednesday, February 10 at 12 p.m. EST

In the wake of recent acts of violence against the Black community, another social justice movement has taken hold in the United States. As many Americans explore their individual roles in this movement, how can marketing and communications professionals use their specific skills to both effect change within their organizations and communicate an obligation to diversity, equity and inclusion to their constituents?

In honor of Black History Month, join us for part 2 of communicating culture change with Kayla Reed, Co-Founder and Director of Action St. Louis and Eric Winkfield, Vice President, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at M Booth, moderated by Ranata Hughes, Florida A&M University Visiting Instructor, for an Integrate Online session focusing on effecting change with cultural communication.


  • Kayla Reed

    Co-founder and Director of Action St. Louis

    Kayla Reed is a St. Louis-native, community organizer and co-founder and Director of Action St. Louis, a grassroots organization.

  • Eric Winkfield

    Vice President, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at M Booth

    Eric is a skilled communicator with a demonstrated history of success working in complex industries.

  • Ranata Hughes

    Visiting Professor and Internship Coordinator at FAMU

    Ranata M. Hughes, a Florida native works as a Visiting Professor and Internship Coordinator at Florida A&M University’s School of Journalism & Graphic Communication, where she has taught since 2015.