Camelo is a nationally-recognized marketing expert with experience in the U.S. Hispanic, multicultural, and general markets. He was recognized as the 2011 Public Relations Practitioner of the Year by PRSA Connecticut.
In 2013, Camelo founded Camelo Communications, with offices in Orlando, FL, and Hartford, CT. The agency specializes in strategic and culturally relevant communication to Hispanic and multi-cultural audiences that drives business results.
If we are not building relationships with all people in our communities, we are not serving our employers and clients.
And, what better way to honor Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15) than to take a deeper dive into the issues!
This webinar will provide attendees with practical tools and tips for integrating the Hispanic market into your public relations planning. The U.S. population will be a minority-majority by 2042, and that shift is driven primarily by Hispanics. Learn how to grow your business through culturally-relevant communication.
Join us on Thursday, Oct. 15 for a live presentation with Wilson Camelo on how to make a cultural connection with your audience and reach Hispanic consumers.
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Lake County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Fred Jones brings a unique perspective to the conversation of use of force in law enforcement. An advocate for Racial Intelligence Training & Engagement (RITE), Sgt. Jones makes a passionate and reasoned plea for empathy in law enforcement. He has taught RITE Training to his entire agency and has seen first-hand its impact.
Speaker: Sgt. Jones is a firm believer in transparency between law enforcement agencies and the community. He will share with participants his personal journey in law enforcement and how he brought forward RITE training to his agency’s leadership.
A native Floridian, Sgt. Jones and has worked in law enforcement for over 20 years. He currently serves the Sheriff’s Office in Professional Standards and acts as one of the agency’s Public Information Officers. He also serves as the agency’s Crisis Intervention Training Coordinator and works with LifeStream to train his and other agencies in de-escalation techniques.
The FPRA Lake County Chapter is proud to welcome Lake County Sheriff’s Office
Sgt. Jones is a firm believer in transparency between law enforcement agencies and the community. He will share with participants his personal journey in law enforcement and how he brought forward Racial Intelligence Training and Engagement to his agency.
Join the Treasure Coast Chapter for the annual Public Relations and Communications Conference!
SAVE THE NEW DATE!
Mapping Your Media – Navigating Through the Changing PR Landscape
Date/Time: December 8, 2020 at 8 – 11 a.m.
Location: CareerSource Southwest Florida – 6800 Shoppes at Plantation Dr. #170 – Ft Myers
$50 for members
$60 for non-members
$35 for students
*Breakfast is included