The next Magic Valley Advertising Federation luncheon is scheduled for Thursday, April 11th and will feature guest speakers Jessica Flynn, Karianne Fallow and Amanda Watson of Red Sky Public Relations, who will give a presentation on “Content and Community.”
The luncheon will be held at the Shilo Inn at 1586 Blue Lakes Blvd. N. in Twin Falls. Cost is $10 for members and $25 for non members. RSVPs and questions should be directed to Donna Cleland at 208-308-0830 or email@example.com.
AIGA Idaho is presenting their second LEARNCH event of the year. This event, scheduled for Wednesday, April 27th at Ha’ Penny Bridge Pub in downtown Boise, features guest speakers Chad Biggs and Jessica Flynn from Red Sky Public Relations.
Chad and Jessica will be speaking about The Art of Relationships: Fostering Media and Community Relations.
The event is free to all attendees with no host food and drinks by Ha’ Penny. You can RSVP through the Facebook event listing if you’re planning to attend.
Red Sky Public Relations has added to their staff once again.
Ashley Ford has joined the organization as Public Affairs Practice Group Leader, where she’ll be heading up their new Public Affairs practice. This practice will serve as the Idaho component of a regional affiliation that also covers Oregon and Washington. “We see opportunities for a sophisticated, non-partisan public relations approach to working with government at all levels in Idaho,” said Red Sky President Jessica Flynn.
Prior to joining Red Sky, Ashley was the Principal Land Use Planner of the Rose Law Group’s Boise office, where she was involved in a wide range of land use and development issues. She holds a Masters degree from Idaho State University, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Truman State University.
Red Sky Public Relations in Boise has added Julie Hahn to their staff as an Account Executive. Julie will lead client activities in tandem with Principals Jessica Flynn, Stephanie Worrell and Robert Deen.
Prior to joining Red Sky, Julie was a Communications Specialist with Boise State University, and also had a number of roles during her tenure at The Idaho Statesman — from Copy Editor to Columnist to Section Editor. She is a graduate of the University of Montana with a degree in print journalism.