Elizabeth Albrycht is a 17-year veteran of high technology public relations practice co-founder of the New Communications Forum, a conference series designed to bring journalists and marketing and PR professionals together to learn how to use participatory communications tools. She is a founding advisory board member and member of the research, best practices and education committees for the Society for New Communications Research. She has authored articles on blogging, RSS and other new tools for PRSA's Tactics magazine, the IABC's CW Bulletin, the New Communications Blogzine and the Future of Work eNewsletter, and has presented teleseminars and in-person seminars on new communications tools for PRSA and Ragan Communications. She is a member of the Future of Work, PRSA and the IAOC. She blogs about PR and corporate communications at CorporatePR and is a member of the Corante Marketing Hub. Elizabeth was named one of the most influential PR bloggers by Intelliseek in 2005.
Advisory Board Member and Research Committee Chair, Society for New Communications Research
Member, Corante's Marketing Hub
Contributor, The New PR Wiki and Global PR Blog Week
Network building for public relations, marketing, organizational communications. New communications tools training, including blogs, RSS, wikis, etc.
Paris, France, Europe
Emerging communications technology; intersection of science, technology and society; the future of work; France; Vermont; science fiction novels; embroidery.