< Events | Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Communications in Research Workshop Series: Leveraging LinkedIn 

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The Black Research Network’s Communications in Research Workshop Series brings some of the University of Toronto’s most savvy communications experts together to help researchers gain basic knowledge of communications practices.   

LinkedIn is a powerful social media platform to grow your network. How can you ensure you’re maximizing all it has to offer? In the series’ second workshop, Kemeisha McDonald, a digital content coordinator at the University of Toronto Faculty of Arts & Science, will discuss how researchers can optimize their LinkedIn profiles and grow their network. 

Kemeisha McDonald

This virtual workshop is open to Black and Indigenous U of T researchers (faculty, postdoctoral scholars, doctoral students and undergraduates). 

About Kemeisha McDonald 

Kemeisha McDonald is a creative professional with over seven years of diverse work experience in coordination and content production for digital and broadcast media. She helps brands develop content to amplify their digital communications with thoughtful videography, photography, and marketing strategies. Currently, she is a digital content coordinator at the University of Toronto Faculty of Arts & Science. When she’s not creating content, you can find her coaching in the gym. 


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