Welcome to the Kentucky Association of Government Communicators website!
2014 KAGC Awards of Excellence
You are invited to enter the KAGC 2014 Awards of Excellence competition. The competition is for work completed between Jan. 1, 2013 and Dec. 31, 2013.
Award winners will be recognized at a reception on Thursday, May 22 in Frankfort.
The final deadline is Thursday, April 17, 2014.
Learn more on the Awards page.
April Monthly Meeting
What: “OMG! It’s the Twitter Age. Does good writing even matter any longer?”
When: Wednesday, April 16, 11:30 a.m.
Where: Boone National Guard Center
Who: All government communicators. No registration required.
How: Learn more on our Events page.
KAGC Spring Conference on May 22
Register today for the 2014 KAGC Spring Conference!
2013 Jennifer Schaaf Award
At the KAGC holiday reception on Dec. 18, Chuck Wolfe, executive director of public affairs for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, was announced as the 2013 recipient of the Jennifer Schaaf Memorial Award for excellence in government communications.
Read the news release.
2014 KAGC Board of Directors
Learn more about the board members.
Start or renew your membership in KAGC
Join for a discounted rate after July 1st. Plus, the office rate lets five members join for the cost of four. And student members can join at a lower rate. Visit our Membership Information page to learn more.
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||What are people saying about the KAGC?
"The Kentucky Association of Government Communicators is the face-to-face version of LinkedIn. KAGC offers the opportunity to meet talented writers, designers, editors and other key communicators from throughout the government ranks. It’s a great organization for sharing ideas, beefing up communication skills and networking with folks with a variety of viewpoints. Sample a conference or a meeting, and you’ll discover that time spent with Kentucky Association of Government Communicators is time well spent."
- Dave Baker, Kentucky Afield Editor