IABC/Atlanta is part of a global network of communication professionals committed to the belief that communications drives business. Through our events, seminars, networking activities and other programs, our members help drive their company’s success.  We welcome all communicators including: Public relations and communication professionals from Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, communication agencies, nonprofit organizations, government agencies as well as freelance writers and consultants.




Date Topic/Area/Theme Speaker
April 25 The Dos and Don’ts of Email Marketing Sharon Swendner, Managing Director at CRM Concepts
May 23 Building and Managing A World-Class Intranet Jeremiah McWilliams, Director, Employee and Leadership Communications, The Coca-Cola Company
June 22 Crisis Communications: How to Manage the Message Porter Novelli
July 25 Strategic Communications Planning and Measurement TBD
August 22 Real-World Examples and Take-Home Strategies to Advance Your Company’s Goals Through Video Communications JoEllen Saeli Lane, CDC and Gentry Edwards, Visual Communications Manager at Lockheed Martin
September 26 Cocktails and Comms Tools Event Evening Networking Event
October 24 Career Management – How to Manage your Career Path as a Communicator TBD


Special thanks to our 2017 sponsors:

DVI Group

Our IABC/Atlanta Membership

Whether you’re a corporate communicator, independent consultant, academic or student, IABC has the resources, connections and learning opportunities you need to move your career forward. We give you the ability to connect to a global communication network, stay informed about emerging trends and best practices, learn from top experts, gain recognition for your outstanding work and join a community of communication professionals around the world who are striving to be the best in the profession. Learn More>>

IABC/Atlanta meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month to network and hear a variety of guest speakers. Topics include:

  • Measuring communications success
  • Internal communications
  • Media relations and public affairs
  • Crisis communications
  • Corporate responsibility (volunteerism, corporate giving, sustainability, etc.)
  • Marketing communications
  • Digital communications (intranets, apps, social Media, other web or interactive-based communications)
  • Skills development (writing, proofreading, editing, project management, communications planning and strategy)

IABC/Atlanta is part of IABC’s Southern Region. Visit the Southern Region’s Web site at iabcsouthern.com.

Questions? Contact Terry Cerisoles, Vice President of Membership, at membership@iabcatl.com.