Frank Karel Endowed Chair in Public Interest Communications, University of Florida
I worked as a progressive communicator for more than 20 years before joining academia this year. Specifically, I was communications director at Public Citizen in Washington, D.C., for 14 years and had other communications roles there before becoming director. While in D.C., I co-founded a nonprofit advocacy organization, Smokefree DC, and helped lead the successful campaign for a smoke-free workplace law in the District. Prior to that, I was a newspaper reporter for 10 years.
I started in August as the endowed chair in public interest communications at the University of Florida. I am teaching and will be expanding the academic program in public interest communications.
You can learn more at https://www.jou.ufl.edu/2020/06/04/angela-bradbery-named-new-uf-karel-chair-in-public-interest-communications/.
My LinkedIn profile is at https://www.linkedin.com/in/angela-bradbery-a784a54/.
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