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Strategically Engaging Multicultural Communities at Home and Abroad

Professional Development Workshop Set 1

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Learn how to build mutually beneficial relationships with the rapidly growing Hispanic market from multicultural pros Kathy R. Fitzpatrick, associate dean, graduate programs and research, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Florida International University; David Radanovich, adjunct professor of public relations, Quinnipiac University; and Wilson Camelo, president and chief marketing officer, Camelo Communication.

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Presenters

Kathy R. Fitzpatrick, APR, associate dean, graduate programs and research, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Florida International University

Photo of Kathy R. Fitzpatrick, APR Fitzpatrick is a former professor of public relations and founding director of the graduate program in public relations at Quinnipiac University. She is a senior public relations advisor, an attorney, and an internationally-recognized scholar whose research focuses on ethical and legal issues in public relations and public diplomacy.


Wilson Camelo, president and chief marketing officer, Camelo Communication

(Photo Unavailable.) Camelo has been a PR strategist in both the general and Hispanic markets for 20+ years, starting in the United States Air Force. Camelo was PRSA Connecticut Chapter’s 2011 Public Relations Practitioner of the Year.


David Radanovich, adjunct professor of public relations, Quinnipiac University

Photo of David Radanovich Radanovich has 20-plus years of corporate PR experience, including developing and implementing integrated marketing communications plans for Connecticut’s growing Hispanic customer base.