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    The essential functions of the Office of Communications & Public Engagement fall under three large umbrellas:
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    Pat St. Claire, Executive Director of Communications and Public Engagement
    Michael Wilburn, Administrative Assistant


    Strategic and Executive Communications

    The Communications team develops and implements strategic communications plans to promote district initiatives. We keep an eye on the big picture of how your work aligns with the district mission and vision.

    The Strategic Communications team takes a hands-on approach to communications planning and consultation in order to increase awareness and involvement of specific, targeted groups, generate support for the public, policy makers and stakeholders, and promote positive news about the district. We write press releases, coordinate media events, assist with parent communication, and support public engagement. The Social Media Administrator manages the districts’s social media channels to engage with internal and external APS stakeholders. 

    Executive Communications develops speeches, board remarks, talking points, scripts and related communications for the superintendent and other APS executives. The Director of Executive Communications also supports media relations, public engagement and strategic communications as required as part of the Office of Communications and Public Engagement.

    Let us know how we can help support your communications needs or go to our tips section to get started on your own. Download to our Communications Worksheet to help draft your plan.

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    Phil Taylor, Director of Executive Communications



    Latisha Gray, Director of Communications



    Seth Coleman, Communications Officer



    Alicia Lurry, Communications Officer



    Jasmine Mosley, Digital/Social Media Administrator




    Creative Services

    The Office of Communications provides a number of creative services to support your school, division or department including creative design, brand oversight, and video production.

    The Multimedia and Brand Design team helps create the visual elements you need to communicate your work, and makes sure that everything seen by our stakeholders presents our district professionally and consistently.

    The Broadcast and Video Production team shoots and produces compelling video packages for district promotion or internal use, as well as programming on Channel 22.

    Schools, divisions and departments can work with us in a number of ways to create effective and engaging visual elements for any initiative. Sometimes we merely provide guidance and brand approval for self-designed elements, or quite often we own the creative process and produce everything from training videos or quick video teasers, to department text treatments and iconography, to large-scale campaign or event branding like posters, banners, t-shirts, etc.

    Click here to learn more about these services and district branding, or choose a link from the list on the left.

    Whether we take the lead with your creative needs or support you as you create your own elements, we’re ready to help you bring your visual communications to life.

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    General Inquiries or Project Submission
    William Tolbert
    Director of Broadcast Technology 
    Bill Goodman
    Director of Multimedia  and Brand Design
    Scott Turley
    Video Production Editor
    bill.goodman@atlanta.k12.ga.us   sturley@atlanta.k12.ga.us
    Charlotte Napper
    Senior Designer
    Edgar Robinson