Tag: Francie Palmer

New Blog Series Alert: #GovireeLife

ELGL is excited to announce a new monthly column starting in August from retired Rancho Cucamonga Communications Manager Francie Palmer sharing career reflections, insights and local government retiree aka #GovireeLife musings. This blog will focus on #ShouldHave #WouldHave #CouldHave and #WhatsNext adventures for a dedicated public servant, recovering workaholic and passionate #Govie! (Yes, she’s worn … Continued

New Blog Series Alert: #GovireeLife

ELGL is excited to announce a new monthly column starting in August from retired Rancho Cucamonga Communications Manager Francie Palmer sharing career reflections, insights and local government retiree aka #GovireeLife musings. This blog will focus on #ShouldHave #WouldHave #CouldHave and #WhatsNext adventures for a dedicated public servant, recovering workaholic and passionate #Govie! (Yes, she’s worn … Continued

I Have to Ask: What You DON’T Know CAN Hurt You

In this series, guest columnists respond to one of three topics selected by ELGL co-founder Kent Wyatt. This week Francie Palmer writes how the City of Rancho Cucamonga, California uses analytics in their communications. Francie Palmer was recognized by the California Association of Public  Information Officials (CAPIO) as the state’s 2017 Communicator of the Year. Currently, … Continued

Francie Palmer Honored with the 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award in Government Communications

Congratulations to ELGL member Francie Palmer! Press release via California Association of Public Information Officers.  Santa Rosa, Calif., – Francie Palmer, a seasoned government communications professional who served as the City of Rancho Cucamonga’s communications manager, was recognized by the California Association of Public Information Officials (CAPIO) as the state’s 2018 Paul B. Clark lifetime … Continued

Dilly Dilly with Matt Townsend, City of Wichita, Kansas

Mt. Rushmore season is over. It’s time to hear from our members discuss memories from 2017 and what’s ahead for 2018. You can join ELGL here – $15/students, $30/individuals, and $300/businesses & organizations. Matt Townsend City of Wichita, Kansas – Management Analyst Connect: LinkedIn and Twitter My most memorable moment of 2017:  Watching my parent’s community (Port … Continued

Dilly Dilly with Francie Palmer, City of Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Mt. Rushmore season is over. It’s time to hear from our members discuss memories from 2017 and what’s ahead for 2018. You can join ELGL here – $15/students, $30/individuals, and $300/businesses & organizations. Francie Palmer Communications Manager – City Of Rancho Cucamonga Connect: LinkedIn and Twitter My most memorable moment of 2017:  Being recognized by the California … Continued

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