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The 2020 Virtual Bronze Quill Awards premiered on June 11 recognizing excellence in communications. If you weren't able to watch live, check out the recording on Facebook or YouTube to see IABC honor Houston Food Bank CEO Brian Green as the Executive Communicator of the Year and Syracuse student, Payton Campbell as the Downs Matthews Memorial Scholarship recipient. Plus, enjoy a cant-miss performance from Ben Jackson of Magic, Music and Mayhem!

Congratulations to this year's Bronze Quill Awards winners:

  • bp America (Best of Show, Best of Division)
  • Constell Media
  • Hardin-Francis Enterprises, LLC
  • Integrate Agency
  • Kraton Corporation
  • Quill & Ink
  • The Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University
  • Ward Creative Communications (Best of Division)

Greene named Executive Communicator of the Year

The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), Houston Chapter, is honoring president and CEO of the Houston Food Bank Brian Greene as its 2020 Executive Communicator of the Year for his excellence in strategic business leadership and dedication to providing food for better lives in the Houston community.

In his role, Brian provides leadership and oversight to the Houston Food Bank, which distributed more than 100 million nutritious meals to 800,000 people through its network of 1,500 community partners in 2019.

“I am both humbled and honored by this award, and accept it not only on my behalf but for the dedicated Houston Food Bank staff, our frontline Partners and all of our donors and supporters who, together, work to combat hunger and address the root causes of poverty in Greater Houston and southeast Texas,” says Greene. 

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Creating a Culture of Care: Mental Health + Communications

Courtney Phillips is a mental health warrior and spends her time advocating in the community and sharing stories of hope and healing through her outreach initiative, Hope for Invisible Wounds, which provides resources and tools for those suffering from mental anguish. 

Courtney brings her more than 14 years of strategic communications and public relations experience across the federal government, healthcare and corporate sectors, to The Business Communicators podcast to share insights into her personal story, her advocacy efforts, the role of corporate communications plays in creating a culture of care, and so much more.

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