From Bunker Hill to Baghdad: Military PR, 1777 and Today

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Lt. Col. Richard Goldenberg, Public Affairs Officer, New York National Guard
Registration and continental breakfast: 7:30 am; program: 8:00 am Panera Bread, 601 Troy Schenectady Road, Latham
$10 for PRSA members
$15 for non-members – always welcome!

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Ever wonder just how different public relations efforts are for the U.S. military? It plays out on your television nearly every day. Join New York Army National Guard Lt. Col. Richard Goldenberg for a discussion on how military public relations have developed since the Revolutionary War.

Richard Goldenberg has 13 years of public relations and crisis communications experience with the New York National Guard. He served during numerous state emergencies, including the 1998 North Country Ice Storm, Buffalo Snow Emergency of 2000, to Ground Zero after September 11, 2001 and Southern Tier flooding in 2006. Goldenberg mobilized as the 42nd Infantry Division Public Affairs Officer in 2004, supervising more than 30 public affairs Soldiers in Iraq. He deployed in 2007 for training with Egyptian forces in Cairo, in 2009 to Japan for training with Japan Ground Self Defense Forces and trained in Tel Aviv with the Israeli Defense Forces’ Home Front Command in 2010.

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