Communications Committee

Communications Committee

The Communications Committee facilitates  League communication with the membership and the public at large.  This includes directing the publication of the League newsletter, The Voter; as well as oversight of the League website, our YouTube channel and social media.  We also maintain League connections with the media. 

Our Committee meets on the first Wednesday of each month.  2020-2021 Committee members are Dorothy Keane (Committee Chair, Pasadena Media), Marcia Baldeschwieler (NonProfitEasy), Laurie Barlow (Website), Carol Caley (Twitter), Dawn Dawson (p-Voter), Margaret Gonder-Odell (US Database), Ann Hunnewell (Proofreader, US Database), Carina Jacob ( Facebook & Instagram), Jackie Knowles (Press Releases), Chris Moose (Voter Editor), Gayle Oswald (e-Voter), Marie McDonald, Kay Adams (Secretary), Peter Zavala (Website).  Meetings begin at 7pm.  New committee members are welcome.  Please contact us if you are interested.  communications [at] lwv-pa.org

 

Committee Contact
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Dorothy Keane
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PASADENA AREA

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