DiscoverColour Me PR
Colour Me PR
Claim Ownership

Colour Me PR

Author: Mubashira Farooqi

Subscribed: 1Played: 8
Share

Description

A podcast about women of colour in communications, hosted by Mubashira.
10 Episodes
Reverse
Like what you're hearing?Don't forget to leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts!Arefeh Ghane is is a Public Relations Intern at Edelman, a Bachelors of Public Relations student at Humber College, and the the 2020 Student Steering Committee President of the Canadian Public Relations Society of Toronto. Want to stay connected with Arefeh? Follow her on:LinkedIn: @arefehghaneTwitter: @ArefehAGInstagram: @fayeceraTimestamps:[0:00-1:50] - Introduction[2:23] - Being a student with a voice[4:23] - Entering the industry at a time when social justice is front and center[5:48] - Junior communicators hold the knowledge of what's to come[8:50] - Growing up without representation in your neighbourhood[10:14] - Look at what your local community is doing to celebrate Black History Month[11:40] - Where are you from? No, really, where are you from?[16:16] - BOSS MOMENT[20:52] - Connecting with students across campuses[24:43] - You deserve to be healthy in order to do your bestDon't forget to subscribe to the podcast and stay tuned for the next episode! Tell me what you thought of this episode by connecting with Colour Me PR Podcast here:Twitter: @colourmeprInstagram: @colourmeprLinkedInThank you for listening!
Like what you're hearing?Don't forget to leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts!Alice Namu is an independent communications consultant with more than seven years of progressively senior experience in corporate, academic, not-for-profit and faith-based organizations. Alice is the Vice President of Programs at the International Association of Business Communicators in Toronto, as well as a board representative on their Inclusivity, Diversity, Equity and Accessibility committee, a secretary for the The North America Chapter of the  World Association of Christian Communicators and a returning judge on the Canadian Online Publishing Awards.Want to stay connected with Alice? Follow her on:LinkedIn: @alicenamuInstagram: @missalicenamuClubhouse: @missaliceTimestamps:[0:00-1:10] - Introduction[2:25] - How reading and writing launched Alice's love for communications [4:35] - Switching from journalism to comms[6:00] - Being a black woman in comms and choosing work that aligns with your values[9:35] - Why we need visible minorities in leadership rooms[15:00] - BOSS MOMENT: Teaching English to Chinese executives in Beijing[19:33] - Alice's complicated relationship with Black History Month[23:10] - True allyship is beyond crafting beautiful copyDon't forget to subscribe to the podcast and stay tuned for the next episode! Tell me what you thought of this episode by connecting with Colour Me PR Podcast here:Twitter: @colourmeprInstagram: @colourmeprLinkedInThank you for listening!
Like what you're hearing?Don't forget to leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts!Michelle Dias is a Brand Public Relations Manager at InterContinental Hotels Group, a professor of Digital Marketing at Seneca College and the Vice President of the Canadian Public Relations Society in Toronto. Want to stay connected with Michelle? Follow her on:LinkedIn: @michellediasTwitter: @michellediasInstagram: @michellediasagencyDon't forget to subscribe to the podcast and stay tuned for the next episode! Tell me what you thought of this episode by connecting with Colour Me PR Podcast here:Twitter: @colourmeprInstagram: @colourmeprLinkedInThank you for listening!
Like what you're hearing?Don't forget to leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts!Khairoon Abbas is a Tanzanian-born Canadian professional, with over ten years of experience working with international, educational and non-profit organizations in the field of communications, media and public relations in different parts of the world. Want to stay connected with Khairoon? Follow her on:LinkedIn: @khairoonabbasInstagram: @khairoonieTwitter: @khairoonissaTimestamps:[0:00-1:55] - Introduction[2:30] - Why Khairoon chose communications[6:15] - BOSS MOMENT: Changing narratives through travel and education[10:45] - Working with the UN[14:20] - What's it like being 'one of few'[22:40] - 'The arms that carry the child, nurture the nation'[25:25] - Communication is the engine that will get us to inclusion Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast and stay tuned for the next episode! Tell me what you thought of this episode by connecting with Colour Me PR Podcast here:Twitter: @colourmeprInstagram: @colourmeprLinkedInThank you for listening!
Like what you're hearing? Don't forget to subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts! This fun holiday episode features Talar Nersesian, Communications Associate at the TorontoRehabilitation Institute and Jorielle Nunag, Account Executive at FleishmanHillard Highroad. As junior communicators, we reflect on some fun experiences thus far in PR, and what the future holds for us. Don't miss out on the advice they offer for junior communicators as well! Want to stay connected with Talar and Jorielle? Follow them on LinkedIn at @talarnersesian and @joriellenunag.Tell me what you thought of this episode by following Colour Me PR Podcast here:Twitter: @colourmeprInstagram: @colourmeprLinkedInThank you for listening!
Like what you're hearing?Don't forget to leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts! Maxine McDonald is a Senior Director at Media Profile, and the Co-Founder and Chair of Code Black Communicator Network and The Code Black Podcast.  Want to stay connected with Maxine? Follow her on:Twitter: @maxinelorna and @codeblackCNLinkedIn: @maxinelmcdonaldInstagram: @maxinelorna and @codeblackcnWebsite: codeblackcn.caTimestamps: [0:00-5:30] - Introduction  [6:13] - What it means to see representation in the industry  [7:30] - Being different makes you memorable  [9:20] - Why it's important for people to say your name right  [12:15] - The pressures of being "the only one" [19:20] - Will DE&I be a fad?Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast and stay tuned for the next episode!  Tell me what you thought of this episode by following Colour Me PR Podcast here:Twitter: @colourmeprInstagram: @colourmeprLinkedInThank you for listening!
Like what you're hearing?Don't forget to leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts!Dayo Kefentse is the founder and managing director of DAYO Media & Communications, and an industry professional with over 20 years of leadership experience in communications, broadcasting and public affairs.Want to stay connected with Dayo? Follow her on:Twitter: @dayo_kefentseLinkedIn: @dayo-kefentseInstagram: @dayo_kefentseWebsite: dayo.caTimestamps:[0:00-2:28] - Introduction[2:29] - Dayo's start in media and move to communications[11:40] - How BLM has impacted awareness of systemic racism[17:07] - Why comms professionals need to have an understanding of inclusion[21:53] - The power of being a junior communicatorDon't forget to subscribe to the podcast and stay tuned for the next episode! Tell me what you thought of this episode by following Colour Me PR Podcast here:Twitter: @colourmeprInstagram: @colourmeprLinkedInThank you for listening!
Like what you're hearing? Don't forget to leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts!Rohini Mukherji is the Vice President of Integrated Communications at APEX Public Relations, and chairs the marketing committee of the Canadian Public Relations Society Foundation, whose work is focused on making the PR industry more inclusive at all levels of Canadian organizations. Want to stay connected with Rohini? Follow her here:Twitter: @rohinimjLinkedIn: @rohinimukherjiTimestamps:[0:00-2:41] - Introduction[2:42] - Rohini's reasons to love PR (curiosity, variety and impact)[6:43] - Does PR really value diversity, equity and inclusion?[8:22] - Difference between "diversity" and "inclusion"[11:00] - How organizations can be truly inclusive[16:40] - What allyship looks likeDon't forget to subscribe to the podcast and stay tuned for the next episode! Tell me what you thought of this episode by following Colour Me PR Podcast here:Twitter: @colourmeprInstagram: @colourmeprLinkedInThank you for listening!
You’ve never heard from communicators like us.Join me for the very first episode of Colour Me PR Podcast where I share a conversation about the importance of representation in the PR industry with President and CEO of Inner Strength Communication Inc. and Co-Founder of A Leader Like Me, Priya Bates. Don’t forget to drop a 5-star rating if you like the episode!
Welcome to Colour Me PR Podcast, a place to be inspired and inspire others. This podcast episode shares a little bit about me and why I launched this platform. Join me in creating a place of recognition for the phenomenal and diverse women in communications that break the ceiling with what they can do.
Comments 
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store