Our team in Moscow supports GWPR Covid-19 Relief Programme
The Russian office of the Global Women in PR association launches a programme to support female communication specialists in a difficult professional situation: #GWPRHelp.
The programme that is supported by our team in Moscow includes:
- Individual professional mentoring and career development tips from members and partners of the association
- Career and psychological consultations, as well as live broadcasts from market leaders
- Trainings from GWPR Russia’s partners: pro bono participation in intensive workshops and online sessions from Reputation Management faculty speakers of the Moscow Advanced Communications (MACS); as well as free access to QAcademy’s online learning and Future Communicators accelerator.
- Weekly newsletter with vacancies from HeadHunter
To get help, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or a message to the GWPR group on Facebook: introduce yourself briefly, describe your current situation and formulate a request for help that you need. The organizers will consider the application and respond with feedback and recommendations.
Global Women in PR (GWPR) is an international organization that unites women in the PR and communications industry, launched in Russia in September 2018.
GWPR in Russia helps women reach new heights in the profession and makes it possible to work as a mentor for the next generation of communicators. In addition, the association provides opportunities for women who have already achieved significant career results in the PR industry to exchange contacts, ideas and experience with colleagues from other countries.
The Russian office of GWPR is headed by Buman Media founder Natalia Buchelnikova and Country Manager at Grayling Russia Eugenia Skobeleva – both professionals with 15+ year experience in communications in Russia and abroad.