Among the speakers slated for Peninsula College's “Careers in Communication” on Oct. 27 are (clockwise, from top left) Daysha Eaton, Kevin Jackson, Heather Bloyer and Liz Leigh. Submitted photos

PC to host panel detailing ‘Careers in Communications’

A league of extraordinary women will reunite over the airwaves Wednesday, Oct. 27 to share tales of accomplishments in professional communications. They will be joined by a few exceptional men with stories of their career paths.

Hosted by Peninsula College communications professor Rich Riski, “Careers in Communication” begins at 1 p.m. on Zoom. The panel of media professionals represent a range of industries, including ESPN, FOX Sports Digital, Nike, National Public Radio, The Seattle Times, Outside In emergency management, Mosaic, Health Catalyst, the Sequim Gazette and The Chronicle of Centralia.

Many panel participants are former Webster Scholars who graduated from Peninsula College and served on the award-winning student newspaper The Buccaneer. The event is co-sponsored by the Peninsula College Foundation, the Peninsula Daily News, Sequim Gazette and KONP, KSQM and KPTZ radio stations.

Join the Zoom meeting at (meeting ID 829 5051 1856).

The event is free and open to the public.

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