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Writing Series: How to Write to Develop a Professional Brand

Writing Series: How to Write to Develop a Professional Brand

One of the most fundamental skills a librarian can have, no matter their work setting, is writing. Writing itself is such a broad topic that DC/SLA is launching a Writing Series!

Join us for the first installment of our Writing Series: How to Write to Develop a Professional Brand. With so many writing platforms today it’s important to know the strengths and best practices for each platform. Our panelists will help you with just that with three of the most popular digital platforms.


  • Naomi House, Reference Marketing and Acquisitions Librarian Census Bureau Library and Editor/Founder/Publisher of I Need a Library Job, will cover how to blog for a professional brand
  • Liba Tomas, Senior Recruiter for NPR, will talk about leveraging writing on LinkedIn to develop your brand
  • Amy Fenning, Senior Brand Marketing Manager with LexisNexis, will discuss best practices for your brand when writing on Twitter

Twitter: #sladc

This registration is for the Brown Bag Lunch in person viewing hosted at LexisNexis’s DC Office. Seating for the in person viewing is limited, attendees are encouraged to register early. CLICK HERE to register.

If you cannot attend in person, you can register to attend the event via webinar

When: Wednesday, April 17th, 12:00 pm-1:30 pm

Location: LexisNexis 1150 18th Street NW, Suite 600, Washington DC 20036

Closest Metro Station:  Farragut West (Blue, Orange Lines) /Farragut North (Red line)

Price:  General Admission: $5

Questions contact: Chris Vestal at vicepresident@dc.sla.org

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