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Who is Your Community

One of the important sessions from our planned in-person event, we look at who it is that societies serve (and is your society doing what it should be doing to serve those communities)? What is it that younger potential members want? (Is membership an anachronistic notion, or does it foster a sense of tribe and belonging?) We start off this session with each of our early careerist speakers talking briefly on what they would like to see from Learned Societies, and we then enter into a wider conversation about what societies could be doing, with contributions from the audience.

Brie Haupt

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Assistant Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University

Brie Haupt, Ph.D., is an assistant professor at Virginia Commonwealth University in the Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Department with research foci: cultural competency, crisis communication, community resilience, and competency-based education. Publications in Public Administration Review; Journal of Public Affairs Education; Disaster Prevention and Management; Risk, Hazards, & Crisis in Public Policy; Journal of Emergency Management; and Frontiers in Communication section on disaster communications. Presentations include American Society for Public Administration, Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management, PA Theory, Public Administration Research and Federal Emergency Management Agency. Accolades include American Society for Public Administration’s Founders Fellow, International Scholar Workshop, and Natural Hazards Review Editorial Board program.

Rose Hendricks

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Kavli Civic Science Fellow

Rose Hendricks is the Kavli Civic Science Fellow, working with a group of science societies to expand collaboration in order to better support scientists who engage with diverse audiences. She is also a Research Fellow at the FrameWorks Institute, where she works to understand public thinking on science issues and researches strategies for improving communications on those issues. Rose is invested in science communication training, as a volunteer member of both the Communicating Science Conference (ComSciCon) Leadership Team and the SciComm Trainers Network Core Team. She earned her PhD in Cognitive Science from UC San Diego, studying the relationship between metaphor and cognition.

Sam Burrell

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Consultant, Renew Consultants

(Speaker in 2019) Sam is a consultant with Renew Publishing Consultants. She has been consulting for five years, working with societies, publishers, technology providers and intermediaries across a wide range of projects. Her core expertise is in strategic marketing, product development, and platforms. She started in the industry in 1999, and has worked in marketing, product management, project management and leadership positions.

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2020 Webinar: Who is Your Community

11:00

One of the important sessions from our planned in-person event, we look at WHO it is that societies serve (and is your society doing what it should be doing to serve those communities)? What is it that younger potential members want? (Is membership an anachronistic notion, or does it foster a sense of tribe and belonging?) We start of this session with each of our early careerist speakers talking briefly on what they would like to see from Learned Societies, and we will then enter into a wider conversation about what societies could be doing, with contributions from the audience.