Women With Purpose Presents:
“Crisis Averted: Handling Difficult Situations”
Life is full of tough situations – both at home and at work. Sometimes we can anticipate what they’ll be, and sometimes we can’t. So, how do we address uncomfortable crisis situations when they inevitably arise?
Join us on October 21st to hear from Stephanie Llorente, APR, about her work as a public relations professional helping companies and executives navigate difficult situations. She’ll share about her work as a corporate crisis communications expert and how lessons in the workplace can often apply at home, too.
- Hear engaging stories about how real companies survived real issues
- Understand how to prepare for unexpected situations
- Learn a few tricks of the crisis comm trade
- Be challenged to execute Biblical teachings in difficult spaces
- Draft a mini-plan for the next big issue (work or personal)
Date: October 21, 2021
Location: Via Zoom.
Go here to register!
Stephanie Llorente is the owner of Restored and Prep Communications. Prep is a consultancy that uses strategic communications to build, maintain and defend organization reputations to meet client goals. Since 2015, Prep has partnered with organizations that desire to increase their level of communications readiness and mitigate business risk by communicating effectively with audiences that matter to them.
Prior to founding Prep, Stephanie managed the corporate reputation for Butterball where she spent nearly eight years in roles of increasing responsibility and served most recently as the company’s public relations manager. In that role, she held responsibility for all corporate and crisis communication initiatives. She has logged many hours in PR agency settings on behalf of health care, technology, nonprofit and real estate development clients.
Stephanie also owns Restored, a faith-based community that provides relevant resources and intentional community to working moms. She is in passionate pursuit of helping moms in the workplace feel seen, connected to likeminded women, and supported in their multi-pronged roles as wives, mothers, and career-minded Christians.
A native of North Carolina, Stephanie is involved with multiple nonprofit organizations, volunteering in leadership positions to help meet organizational goals. She is currently the director of accreditation for the North Carolina chapter of the Public Relations Society of America and a past president of the Raleigh Public Relations Society.
Stephanie earned her bachelor’s degree in communications with a concentration in public relations from North Carolina State University. She earned her APR credential from the Public Relations Society of America in 2014.
Save the Date!
Our November event will be on November 18th at 7pm with speaker Cas Monaco of Cru.