Portland, June 6th. Many local nonprofits were singled out when IABC (International Association of Business Communicators) recognized the best in business communication at the annual Bronze Beacon Awards. Carrie Romano, Richard Rosen, KJ McAllister, and Mary Orr enjoyed the event. (Photo Credit, Cameron Browne)
This year’s winners from the Oregon Columbia chapter included: Lewis and Clark College, Oregon Primary Care Association, CH2M Hill, Bonneville Power Administration, Legacy Health, City of Oregon City, Oregon Department of Transportation, OBEC Consulting Engineers and Mason, Bruce and Girard, Inc.
Bronze Beacons are awarded to professionals who have proven their communication programs effectively furthered the goals of their organization – boosting revenue, saving money, rallying employees or otherwise contributing to a successful outcome.
The event, held at the Benson hotel, featured Steve Gehlen, founder of the Portland Creative Conference talking lessons he’s learned over the years from top creatives. Attendees had the opportunity to show their creativity by making their idea of “recess” using pipe cleaners and other toys from childhood.
Founded in 1970, IABC provides a professional network of over 15,000 business communications professionals in over 80 countries. The award-winning Oregon Columbia chapter provides creative communications professionals with networking, support and learning opportunities through professional development workshops and other events. To learn more, please visit http://or.iabc.com, or find us on Twitter @IABC_Oregon, LinkedIn and Facebook.