Registration is now OPEN for the 2015 World Conference of the Professional Speechwriters Association, and you’d better register ASAP. Here’s why: Attendance is limited to 120 at the conference, which will be hosted at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, Oct. 7-8. And some of those precious seats will be taken by the richest collection of superstar speechwriters ever gathered in one place.
For instance: Hillary Clinton communication confidante Lissa Muscatine, as well as James Fallows, Clark Judge, Robert Schlesinger and a panel of White House speechwriters from the Obama administration back to Nixon. In-house writers and freelancers for top corporate, nonprofit, and government leaders in the U.S., U.K., Europe and the Middle East will offer a flood of intellectual stimulation, career advice and salve for the souls of speechwriters from as far—so far—as Australia.
In only its second year, the PSA World Conference is already understood to be the must-attend event for people who call themselves speechwriters. Undiluted by dilettantes, this event is where devoted leadership communicators have candid conversation with the only other people who know your joy, your pain and your path to professional success.
As the PSA transforms an occupation into a profession, its World Conference knits the profession into a community.
Don’t fool around. Sign up now.