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Career Development Webinar “Leverage the Power of Your LinkedIn Profile”
April 20 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Join the Victoria Chapter and explore how to create a better first and lasting impression by maximizing the power of LinkedIn. Learn how to use LinkedIn to develop your personal brand, create valuable content and build a professional profile that will get noticed.
Included in your registration for this event, you will receive $100 towards a Professional Portrait Session with Julia Loglisci Photography. She is available for travel within Victoria, Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto.
Robyn Quinn, APR, MA, Fellow CPRS
Founder and President of Big Bang Communications and retired founding Chair of Island Women in Science and Technology (IWIST), Robyn Quinn is a dynamic communications professional with 20 years experience working in education, research, technology, government, not-for-profit, association and transportation sectors. Originally from Nova Scotia, she developed and delivered award winning public relations and marketing campaigns from coast to coast and is passionate about supporting the growth of women in STEM leadership roles. Volunteer Victoria recognized her commitment to IWIST with a Leadership Award in 2018 presented by Lt Governor Janet Austen. She loves to share her insights on LinkedIn and is often invited to run workshops across the country.
A graduate of Royal Roads University (MA Professional Communications) and Saint Mary’s University, Robyn is a long time accredited member of the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) and named Fellow in 2018. She was CPRS National President 2004/05. While working at Natural Resources Canada, in 2008 Robyn co-chaired National Science and Tech Week for BC & Yukon. Although communications is her primary focus, Robyn is also a certified Change
Management Professional, Public Participation Professional and Scrum Product Owner.
In 2015 and in 2020 Robyn was nominated for the RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards. Robyn is currently on contract as Manager, Communications and Marketing at St. Margaret’s School, a girl-centred school with a strategic focus on STEM-X.
@PR4Science (Twitter and Instagram)
Julia Loglischi, Photographer; Julia Loglisci Photography
In 2012, I graduated from Camosun College in Victoria, BC, where I received my Diploma in Communications. Driven towards a career as a broadcast journalist, it wasn’t until after college where I found myself falling in love with the art of photography. Right after school, I was hired to write and shoot for a local tattoo and culture lifestyle magazine, which really kick started my career. I then spent time traveling the world and living in many other big cities, working and gaining experience as a photographer, which eventually was the reason why I came back home to Victoria.
I have been directing my energy towards shooting weddings, boudoir and lifestyle portraits, but I also really enjoy shooting real-estate and neighbourhoods for developers. I am proud to call Victoria, B.C. my home, where there is no shortage of work and inspiration. I love what I do and I’m very fortunate that I get to pursue my passion as a career.
Founded in 2001, Women In Leadership Foundation (WIL) delivers inspirational programs that bring women together to collaborate in the development of their leadership skills & creates positive change in the future of women’s leadership.
Learn more at womeninleadership.ca.
Participation is FREE but attendance is limited. Register today.