Crisis Communications Boot Camp

This interactive workshop is focused on practical application-based crisis situations—so you'll know what it takes to manage one.

Nov. 6, 2019: New York City


After attending this interactive workshop, you will be equipped to better handle any crisis. Your instructors will guide you through two crisis scenarios ripped from today's headlines. You'll gain the real-life experience you need to manage any crisis, because nothing prepares you for worst-case scenarios better than confronting those from the real world.

By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

  • Quickly create internal and external messaging and workflows
  • Triage media and social queries
  • Understand the first three steps to take for any crisis
  • Feel confident in your crisis communications leadership and teambuilding skills
  • Build a crisis communications plan that can respond to any worst-case scenario
Don’t miss this unique opportunity!

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Nov. 6, 2019: New York City



Kristin Miller

Affiliate consultantRagan Consulting Group

Kristin Miller is an affiliate consultant with Ragan Consulting Group. She has more than 15 years of PR experience and a passion for technology PR. Miller currently heads up Webroot's global PR team, focusing on cybersecurity across the United States, the EMEA (Europe, Africa and the Middle East), Australia and Japan. Previously she was with SSPR, a high-tech PR agency working with such brands as Groupon, Patagonia, RingCentral and many others.

Ashley Stewart

Affiliate consultantRagan Consultant Group

Ashley Stewart is an affiliate consultant with Ragan Consulting Group and global senior communications manager at Webroot. She has more than ten years of experience in public relations and communications, helping organizations share their stories with external and internal audiences. She joined Webroot in February 2017 as senior public relations manager. Prior to Webroot, Stewart worked at Level 3 Communications, where she supported a variety of technical verticals including cybersecurity. Before making the jump to the tech world, she worked at the Denver Art Museum in numerous communications and marketing roles. She has a passion for communicating about cybersecurity, corporate social responsibility programs and crisis communications.



If you work in:

PR and media relations • Crisis communications • Corporate communications • Executive communications • Marketing • Social media


Nov. 6, 2019: New York City

This workshop is being held at:
Gannett Company, Inc.
1633 Broadway, 25th Floor
New York, NY 10019



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  • Exhibitor booths
  • Speaking sessions on the main agenda
  • 10-minute lightning talks
  • Networking cocktail receptions
  • Bonus breakfast or lunch sessions
  • Small group dine-arounds
  • Track sponsor and emcee
  • Title badge sponsorship
  • Ragan and PR Daily award sponsorship

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