Through The Noise
July 6, 2015
John Trybus of Georgetown University Discusses Social Impact Communications
Through the Noise #86
John Trybus // Deputy Director // Center for Social Impact Communication at Georgetown
Georgetown University’s John Trybus runs a “research and action” center that aims to inspire those working in the field of communications to use their skills for the benefit of society. While leading the field in social impact research, the Center makes the results of their work free for all on their website. Trybus talks with Through the Noise about research, results, and the elements of a good story. Listen up!
John Trybus, APR is the director of Georgetown University’s Center for Social Impact Communication (CSIC), the nation’s leading educational resource on the role communication plays in advancing social change. His social impact experience spans organizations, industries and sectors having worked for chimpanzee expert Dr. Jane Goodall, the British Embassy and Waggener Edstrom Worldwide on behalf of clients like Tiffany & Co., L’Oreal Paris, Coca-Cola, Women for Women International, CARE and others.
The Center for Social Impact Communication (CSIC) at Georgetown University is the nation’s leading educational resource on the role of communication in fostering social change; it shares its research and custom workshops and consulting offering with both master’s level students and practitioners in the social impact space.