March 2015 YP SIG: Being Indispensable - How to Adapt and Succeed in Your Career, Starting Now!
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Bring your burning questions and learn how you can become indispensable at work to ensure the long-term success of your communications career. Kim Adler, VP of Communications and Government Affairs at Novelis will share what she looks for in new hires and an overview of her personal career trajectory as a guide for young professionals looking to grow and thrive in their careers.

3/25/2015
When: Wednesday, March 25, 2015
6:00 - 6:30 pm Registration & Networking; 6:30 - 7:30pm Program and Q&A
Where: Novelis
3560 Lenox Road Northeast #2000
Atlanta, GA  30326
Contact: Ashley Biondich


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Bring your burning questions and learn how you can become indispensable at work to ensure the long-term success of your communications career. Join the PRSA Georgia Young Professionals Special Interest Group on Wednesday, March 25 for an interactive and informative discussion led by Kim Adler, Vice President of Communications and Government Affairs at Novelis.

Kim will share what she looks for in new hires and an overview of her personal career trajectory – from owning her own firm to managing communications teams at multinational companies – as a guide for young professionals looking to grow and thrive in their careers.

She’ll also share how Novelis, the global leader in aluminum rolled products and the world's largest recycler of aluminum, rebranded its own image two years ago to adapt to a business environment thirsty for socially responsible and innovative companies. (Spoiler alert: Novelis provides aluminum for some of the biggest brands, including Audi, BMW, Coca-Cola, LG, Mercedes-Benz, Ford, Samsung, and even hometown brewer – Red Hare Brewing Company.)

Speaker: Kim Adler, Vice President of Communications and Government Affairs, Novelis