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Ann Wylie Master Classes: Writing workshops
Established
1994
Program Description
Please join us at our upcoming public writing workshops. You’ll walk away with tips, tricks and techniques for getting people to pay attention to your messages, understand them faster and remember them longer.
Programs/Year
10
Program Length
2 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio
60
Program Focus
Journalism, Business/Technical, Publishing, Non-fiction, Marketing
Faculty
Ann Wylie, owner Wylie Communications, is the author of over a dozen learning tools. Previously Ann was editor of Hallmark Cards’ employee magazine, CROWN. She has won more than 60 communication awards, including a WIC Clarion and two IABC Gold Quills.
Costs
Fee: $895-$1,995 | Early-bird, group and membership discounts available.
U.S. Locations
Los Angeles, California
Los Angeles, California
Denver, Colorado
Washington, District of Columbia
Atlanta, Georgia
Chicago, Illinois
Santa Fe, New Mexico
New York City, New York
Portland, Oregon
Dallas, Texas
Months
February, March, April, May, June, July, September, October, November
Contact
Ann Wylie
Owner
Wylie Communications
949 NW Overton, Ste. 1102
Portland, OR 97209
United States
Phone: 503-954-2289
E-Mail:
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