Alia Faraj-Johnson

 

 


 

Alia is a longtime public relations and public affairs professional with more than 25 years of experience. She specializes in public affairs, legislative initiatives, crisis communications and the media. As a former television news producer and reporter and former Gov. Jeb Bush's longest-serving communications director, Alia has covered the capitol and legislative issues for more than two decades. She is a skilled professional spokesperson and has outstanding crisis management skills, having represented a host of state agencies and a broad cross-section of national clients including those in the healthcare and insurance sectors. She is a multiple Emmy award-winning producer, a 2009 winner of the national PR News Legal PR Award for Media Relations During Litigation or Crisis, and winner of the 2009 Bronze Bulldog Award for Best Crisis Communications. She is currently serving a second term as a gubernatorial appointee on the Florida Elections Commission. Alia has extensive relationships with the media and throughout state government.




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Student-centered education policies have little chance to succeed without the support of parents, educators, business leaders and community members. How we talk about reform, how we deliver our messages, and with whom we communicate will make a big difference when it comes to winning the education reform conversation. In this self-paced course, participants will build their communications skills related to media relations, targeted messaging, and the use of social media.

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