Communicating in Highly Regulated Environments

  • 05 Feb 2018
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Oficio 129 Newbury Street 2nd Floor Boston, MA 02116

Highly regulated industry? Here's how to tell your story (and keep your job.)

It's not easy for communicators working in highly regulated environments --financial, biotech, pharma, healthcare-- with serious restrictions on what companies can say. How to serve the compliance gods while engaging stakeholders in a social, always on world? You can do more than you (and your legal team) think, with smart guidelines, practices, pilots and tools.

Join the New England Chapter and the Boston Chapter of the International Association of Business Communication for this in-person professional development session, in which you'll learn how to tell your story and stay safe with regulators. Our panel of communications pros will share guidance, tips and real world examples. What do you want to solve in 2018? Bring your questions. Then stick around for networking, appetizers and drinks.

The panel will be moderated by Christine Courard, Boston IABC President and Director of Communications at Raytheon.

Any questions? Please email admin@stcnewengland.org

Click here to register for the event.

About the Speakers

Amy Tull Atwood is a communications leader with more than 20 years of experience in all facets of corporate communications. Currently the Head of Communications for Takeda’s Vaccine Business Unit, Amy has spent years in two very different – but both highly regulated – industries: energy and healthcare.







John Garison's experience in writing about electronic health records, clinical trials software, operating systems, programming languages, and business applications (among other things) gives him a unique perspective on most things documentation-related. He's an STC Associate Fellow and taught technical writing at Harvard University.





For several years, Rick Lippincott wrote technical documentation in the aerospace & defense industry for companies including Lockheed Martin and GE Aerospace. He currently works at Analogic in Peabody, a healthcare and security technology solutions company, where his tasks include writing user documentation for medical equipment in accordance with standards set by the FDA.






Andy Phillips is Senior Vice President and Director of Communications at Santander Bank. He currently oversees all internal, external and executive communications needs for the bank’s Commercial Banking and Global Corporate Banking US divisions.


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