2018-2019 Committee Chairs
University of Colorado-Boulder
Executive Board Liaison
This committee, established in 2010, provides the membership with news, information, and updates about our organization and profession. The Media Communications Committee, in conjunction with IACAC’s Communication Specialist and other parties, is responsible for gathering and delivering electronic news on an ongoing basis.
The goal of the media communication committee is to keep membership fully informed on opportunities within IACAC including, but not limited to, professional development, counseling trends, government legislation and general announcements. As a result, we hope members continue to be actively engaged in the association and utilize appropriate resources to enhance the services they provide to students and families.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I write an article for the newsletter?
Contact the Media Communications Chairs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I get involved with the committee?
The Media Communications committee pulls its members from other committees. Members serve as the point person for another committee to help take pictures. Feel free to email email@example.com to inquire about becoming an MC point person for another IACAC committee you serve on.
Where can I find the listserv rules?
Listserv rules and proper etiquette can be found at https://www.iacac.org/listserv/. You can also find a helpful article in the Admission Essay.
If I’m not on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or other social media, will I miss out on any important news or updates?
This committee will only use a variety of channels, including email and social media, to distribute information. We send emails from two addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. We also recommend you sign up for the members only listserv.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
Renee Koziol, Plainfield North High School
Annabelle Vinson, University of Iowa
Josephine West, Ohio State University