Communication Working Group
Chair: Colette Veys|Communication Director Global Wo.Men Hub
This working group aims first at creating partnership with organisation to achieve the objectives of the Hub. It further dessiminates the deliverables of the Hub. It organises physical events as well as webinars. Finally, the group releases a newsletter and animates the blog.
This working group aims first at creating the credibility and visibility of the association at EU and international level on the basis of concrete and outstanding deliverables of the three working groups
It further aims to connect people and networks (public and private, individual and collective) across the world to make synergies between initiatives and projects, to generate and inspire innovative ideas, to expand existing initiatives, to promote and give visibility to good practices, to empower women in society by making her more entrepreneurial.
Alliance and coalitions
The organisation will seek to develop alliances with other European networks and international organisations to better achieve its objectives. Alliances are usually temporary e.g. joint events and do not require any formal agreement. The organisation will take an active role in EU-level coalitions and partnerships where this serves our vision, mission and objectives.
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Colette Veys, BE
Communication Director Global Wo.Men Hub
Over 20 years Professional Networker – Connecting to compete : Right Person, Right Time, Right Place, Right Content. Public relations experience
Communication Projects Management :
Management events : set up of program and organization (a-z) of 40 round-table conferences involving budget responsibilities, speaker selection and liaison
Negotiations : site selection & hotel contract negotiations, budget & sponsorship
Realisation of a world conference in Las Vegas (1000 participants) and Utech exhibition in Amsterdam
Jessica Johnson, UK
Member of the FORATOM Executive Team, liaising directly with the Director General on the Association’s priorities and strategy. On the communications side, my traditional day-to-day work includes: Development of internal & external communications strategies, Drafting of press releases, position papers, newsletters and publications, Website development and management, Nuclear promotion, Event organisation, Social media management, Media relations.
Stella Reschke, DE
I am a young Professional (B.A. Language and Communication; M.A. European Studies) with several years of international working experience and deeper knowledge of non-government organisation (NGO) management, public relations, communication strategies in the field of sustainability. As a strong team player with experience in team leading, I love initiating and managing new projects with partners. I enjoy unconventional outreach communication activities and website maintenance. Lobbying for our projects has always been one of my strengths.
Katja Legisa, IT
Katja Legisa is the Digital Brussels Director at the Digital Leadership Institute, an international NGO with the mission is to bridge the gender gap and digital divide worldwide by educating, empowering and promoting greater participation of girls and women in strategic, innovative ESTEAM (entrepreneurship, science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) sectors. Ms. Legisa is also a Manager and program developer for the Female Tech Startup Incubator, where she leads women toward the creation of their own dreams
Christine Marlet, BE
EU Affairs Director Global Wo.Men Hub
20 years European Public Affairs experience. Achieved recognition of organisations and effective impacts on European policies through sound scientific evidence and extensive communication campaigns using both digital and non-digital media’s-Coordinated a Life Programme on the recyclability of gypsum plasterboard with 17 partners between 2013 and 2016.