Natasha Koifman, President of Toronto public relations firm NKPR, will be on the panel of judges for VOICES Speech Competition on March 25, 2014 at The Berkeley Church. The public speaking competition is organized by Seneca College’s Corporate Communications students for the second year in a row. Participants include students from George Brown College, Centennial College, and Seneca College. Koifman is an iconic public relations professional, expanding her local Toronto firm to
New York City and putting Toronto on the map. Her involvement in VOICES is inspiring public relations students who are organizing and attending the event. This year’s theme, “Toronto State of Mind: What Defines Our City?”, is a perfect fit for
Koifman in her ties to Toronto, city improvement, and advancing public relations professionals who are the future of the industry.
Other members of the panel of judges include: Martin Perelmuter, President and Co-Founder of Speakers’ Spotlight, Carolyn Jarvis, Chief Correspondent on Global News’ 16×9, and Colin Paralusz, member of the Phoenix Toronto Toastmasters.
What: VOICES Speech Competition
When: March 25, 2014
Where: 1871 Berkeley Church, located at 315 Queen Street East.
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