Webinar for Medical and Health Sciences Nonprofit Communicators: Crisis, Chaos, and Resilience; How Will We Move Forward?

On June 30, 2020, Lindauer hosted a Webinar featuring two leading voices in this time of COVID-19: Gina Vild and Doug Levy. Designed for medical and health sciences nonprofit communicators, Vild and Levy shared lessons learned about this novel coronavirus and explored forward paths. Click below to watch the full Webinar.

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Gina Vild is a vibrant, creative, inspirational executive leader for complex, mission-driven organizations that value both brand guardianship and expansion. For more than 20 years, Gina led marketing and communications for several of Boston’s most prestigious hospitals, medical centers, and research institutes, including Harvard Medical School, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Massachusetts General Hospital, and MIT. Vild is the co-author with Sanjiv Chopra of the best-selling book The Two Most Important Days: How to Find Your Purpose and Live a Happier, Healthier Life.

Doug Levy is a “precision wordsmith” with more than 20 years at the intersection of technology, science, health, policy, and ethics. Since leaving his post as chief communications officer at what is now the Columbia University Irving Medical Center in New York at the end of 2015, Levy has focused on guiding corporations, academic institutions, and others on building or protecting reputations, including in the era of COVID-19. Doug is the author of The Communications Golden Hour: The Essential Guide to Public Information When Every Minute Counts and The Communication Handbook for Coronavirus.