Wednesday, February 12, 2020 from 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM EST
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The Doral Chamber of Commerce Training Center 
2900 NW 112th Ave
Unit 1
Suite 15
Doral, FL 33172-1834

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Rosemary Ravinal 



(PART 2)

Wednesday, February 12, 2020
8:30 AM to 11:00 AM (EST)

This bilingual workshop (English-Spanish) goes beyond the content shared in October 2019 to dive deep into delivery techniques

If you value the power of presentations to persuade and inspire people to act on your ideas, this 90-minute workshop will get you started on the road to success with effective visuals and powerful voice and body-language.  You will learn the essential steps to building persuasive and memorable audio-visual presentations that connect with your audience.

This will be an interactive workshop.  Registrants are encouraged to bring existing presentations in PowerPoint, Prezi, Google Docs or PDF formats for review and feedback. 



Rosemary Ravinal is founder and chief trainer at RMR Communications Consulting.  The company’s suite of  services address gaps in presentation skills, public speaking and media readiness among C-suite executives in bilingual, bicultural settings.  As a communications expert, Rosemary brings more than three decades of experience in the U.S. mainstream, Hispanic and Latin American markets, and has held senior public relations positions at multinational corporations, non-profit organizations and agencies in New York and South Florida. An accomplished media readiness trainer, public speaking coach and spokesperson, she has worked with organizations such as Univision, HBO, A+E Networks, Azteca America, Merck, Goya Foods, National Pork Board, Toyota North America, Sony Ericsson, Discovery, AT&T, and Florida Crystals. She was a contributing news analyst for MSNBC cable news network and hosted various award-winning local public affairs television and radio shows.  Rosemary holds a Master of Science in Global Strategic Communications from Florida International University and an undergraduate degree in broadcast journalism from Adelphi University.