Kentucky Association of Government Communicators

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Welcome to the Kentucky Association of Government Communicators website!

News

KAGC Awards of Excellence Winners Announced

The Cabinet for Economic Development’s Office of Research and Public Affairs won the “Communications Office of the Year” title in this year’s KAGC Awards of Excellence competition.

Read more and see the full list of winners!

Start or renew your membership in KAGC

Visit our Membership Information page to learn more.

2015 KAGC Board of Directors

Rob Weber, President
Regina Ramirez, VP of Administration/ President-Elect
Kelly May, VP of Programs
Rebecca Mullins Hanchett, Secretary
Jeremy Wooldridge, Treasurer
Jamie Neal, Immediate Past President
Amy Wallot, Director
Jamie Allen, Director
Marie Billings, Director
Missy Brownson, Director

Learn more about the 2015 KAGC Board of Directors.

2014 KAGC Holiday Reception

Check out photos from the Holiday Reception on Dec. 17 on Facebook.

2014 KAGC Fall Conference

We had a great time at the Lexington Legends Ballpark on Friday, Oct. 24, 2014.

Check out the Fall Conference page to download materials and check out event photos.

KAGC is on Facebook

Stay in touch with KAGC and fellow communicators on Facebook. Check out photos, communication-related links and more. Just search for KAGC: Ky's Association of Government Communicators and like our page!

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

 

Upcoming Events
 

Next Events

What: July Meeting

When: 11:30 a.m., July 15

 

Have an idea for a future speaker? Send us your suggestions!


Last Updated 7/1/2015