Chris Gordon, a legal analyst and reporter for NBC4 news in Washington, D.C., will deliver the keynote address to kickoff Flagler's Communication week.
Flagler College is proud to host Communication Week March 5-9, and welcome Chris Gordon, a legal analyst and reporter for NBC4 news in Washington, D.C. Gordon, along with many nationally renowned communication leaders, will be speaking to Flagler students throughout the week.
“I am honored and pumped about delivering the Keynote address to kickoff Flagler’s Communication week,” said Chris Gordon.
Gordon is a well-known attorney, legal analyst and reporter for NBC4. His expertise in the communication field has won him many awards in the legal field including Emmy awards in the categories of “Hard News,” “Outstanding Program,” and “Best Feature.” He has also received the American Bar Association’s Certificate of Merit twice for his TV series, “How to Sue in Small Claims Court.”
The founder of LawScope, Gordon has been a part of the news for over 25 years. He has been on many sides of the communication wheel, both as an interviewer and an interviewee.
“We must always be curious about people, what effects them, and how we best communicate with them through ALL media and distribution platforms,” says Gordon about the impact communication has on his life and field of work.
Gordon has already connected with students by following Flagler’s chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA ) on Facebook and using Twitter to tweet about his upcoming visit.
For more information and real time updates on Chris Gordon, other presentations and panels during Communication Week at Flagler College, visit @FCPRSSA and search for the hashtag #FlaglerCom or contact Ms. Rosemary Tutt, assistant professor of communication at 904-819-6353 or Brian Thompson at 904-829-6249.