ESPN, Southwest Airlines, GoDaddy, KFC Global, JUUL, NAACP, Hilton, Equifax, WeWork and Heineken to Speak at the PR News Crisis Management Summit on Feb. 27-28

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Communicators will gain a comprehensive understanding of crisis communications. Last-Chance rates end Feb. 6.

Crisis Management Summit Last Chance Rates Expire Feb. 6

Crisis Management Summit Last Chance Rates Expire Feb. 6

I'm excited to take you through some ways to talk to your audience in this pay-to-play space through creative, visual content, customizing your content after assessing your analytics, and hearing about what issues you're facing in reaching the target audiences you're chasing.– Sawyer, WeWork

PR News' The Crisis Management Summit on February 27-28 in Miami will focus on how to prevent, identify, manage and resolve PR crises of all types and sizes. We’re bringing together the top leaders in crisis avoidance to share current data, market research, case studies and real time advice to make sure attendees are armed with the right skills to avoid long-term damage to their brand or client the next time a crisis hits. Communicators can save an extra $200 on their passes through February 6.

We recently added the crisis experts below to the 2019 speaker lineup:

Amy Phillips, VP, Strategic Communications, ESPN
Lisa Goode, Senior Director, Communication Services and Social Business, Southwest Airlines
Tori Carter, Public Affairs Manager, KFC Global
Kristen Thomaselli, Vice President, Qorvis Communications
Bob Hastings, Chief of Staff, CCO, Bell
John Cihomsky, VP, PR & Communications, Sharp Healthcare
Rhiannon Sawyer, Director, Social Media Strategy and Operations, WeWork
Tod Plotkin, Principal, Green Buzz Agency
Hinda Mitchell, President, Inspire PR Group
Jon Chang, Product Marketing Manager, IBM Watson
Elisa D’Amico, Partner, K&L Gates
Ashley McCown, President, Solomon McCown & Company
John Deveney, President, Deveney

Networking is a key part of all PR News conferences. At the Crisis Management Summit, attendees will enjoy an opening reception overlooking the ocean as well as an opportunity to taste different ceviches. Scheduled networking breaks are also built into the two-day conference.

The summit is almost at max capacity. Communicators should book their passes by February 6 to save an extra $200 per ticket. Group as well as nonprofit/government pricing is available. Only one discount per person can be used. Register online.

For registration questions, contact marketing coordinator, Megan Sigg at To sponsor this event, contact sales director, Katie Sullivan at

Show Sponsors & Partners: Crisp, Dataminr, Five Blocks, Institute for Crisis Management, Muck Rack and Probolsky Research.

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