Webinar – Podcasting for Local Governments

MayMay 26 2021

10:00am - 11:00am

Webinar - Podcasting for Local Governments

Join us for a one-hour crash course into podcast creation for local governments from people who have done it. If you like what you hear, register for the Podcasting for Local Governments Cohort by June 14!

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

10am PT / 11am MT / 12pm CT / 1pm ET

Register for the Webinar

About the presenters

Kent Wyatt is the Communications Manager for the City of Tigard, OR and co-founder of Engaging Local Government Leaders (ELGL). He’s the host of the City of Tigard, Oregon’s Talking Tigard podcast which was launched to communicate the latest COVID-19 information with the community.

Previously, he worked as a Senior Management Analyst for Tigard and a Senior Associate Legislative Analyst for the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission in Richmond, VA. He has served on the Clackamas County Budget Committee, West Linn-Wilsonville School District Long Range Planning Committee and Just Compassion Board of Directors. Kent graduated from Elon University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration and obtained his Masters of Public Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Ben Kittelson is a Consultant at Raftelis where he works with local governments all across the country. He has helped run ELGL since May of 2013 and he produces and co-hosts ELGL’s GovLove Podcast. Previously he worked as a Sr. Budget & Management Analyst at the City of Durham, NC and as a Budget Analyst at Guilford County, NC. Ben began his career in the Portland, OR region, where he served the Cities of Gresham, West Linn, and Beaverton, as well as Metro, the regional government for the Portland area. Ben has his Masters in Public Administration from Portland State University and his BA in Politics & Economics from Willamette University. Ben enjoys walking his dog, Franklin, and drinking hoppy craft beers.

Michael Montgomery currently serves as the Deputy City Council Administrator for the City of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Prior to his arrival in Olympic City, USA he served as the Town Administrator for the Town of Bartonville, Texas as well as the Assistant to the City Manager in Celina, Texas. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Colorado State University (Go Rams!) and a Masters of Public Administration from the University of North Texas (Go Mean Green!).

When not goving it up, he turns into his alter ego, Pizza Mike. Pizza Mike dedicates all free time to the preparation, research, and consumption of pizza.

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