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What I use Linkedin for:
For work. Connecting people, to contact former colleagues from other industries. To get and send news.
Number of Followers:
Aerospace & Aviation
Who am I:
As a public relations and communications professional with a demonstrated history of leading aviation, heavy industry companies, and human rights organizations, I constantly strive to find new ways to tell a compelling story.
My negotiation and problem-solving skills, creativity, and proven ability to manage and complete projects to the highest standards are the keys to my success as Chief Communications Officer at Avia Solutions Group.
What I do:
I have a diverse skill set, consisting of Crisis Communications, Public and Media Relations, Corporate Communications, Politics, and Analytics, and have a proven track record of successful National and International Communication Projects.
Why you should follow me on Linkedin:
Well, I’m 3 in 1: aviation lover, human rights advocate, and passionate communications professional.
Aviation industry news & insights are always there. Criticism for industries not seeing diversity as an equal part of business development is there as well. And I never give advises how to communicate.
Who I follow on Linkedin
Some of brands and people I follow because of personal interest, some of them are boring, and following them is waste of time, but I need to stay in the loop about what’s happening.
For aviation professionals: Neil Dursley, CCO at Chapman Freeborn is a must follow, for aviation communicators – as well.
Vilma’s Favorite Post
it’s not one of the most successful, and I perfectly understand why. But it marks the end of a very unique project we’ve spent around 8 months! Many parties are involved and 32 hours of transportation and installation with 28 hours of record from 8 cameras are in those 3 mins.