Fellowship Provides Participants Unique Insights and Experiences in Connection with Global Events
ColorComm Fellowship provides an exclusive preview of UN events, influential guest speakers at SGS, and access to UN and United Nations Foundation spokespersons, as well as other high level experts
Washington, D.C. — September 12, 2016
The United Nations Foundation today announced its partnership with ColorComm, the premier organization for women of color in all areas of communications including Public Relations, Corporate Communications, Advertising Print Media, Broadcast, Digital, and more. The UN Foundation will host its first annual ColorComm fellowship in New York, to coincide with the UN General Assembly, the High-Level Summit on Managing Movements of Migrants and Refugees, and the 2016 Social Good Summit. The objective of the ColorComm fellowship is to connect participants to events and issues relevant to the UN and UN Foundation in addressing global challenges.
This 3-day fellowship, held September 17-19, will include access to the 2016 Social Good Summit and Social Good Master Class, during which fellows will have the opportunity to interact with speakers and experts dedicated to human rights, international development, girls and women, refuges, global health, and climate. This collaboration will allow the UN Foundation to gain insight on messaging and the impact of global and UN-focused events from diverse-minded communications experts.
Fellows will participate in fireside chats, networking receptions/dinner, and conversations with influencers discussing the power of communications and storytelling in seeking global solutions.
To learn more about how to apply, follow ColorComm’s Instagram for details and follow the hashtags #ColorComm5 and #2030Now.
Claire Ross, United Nations Foundation, Communications Associate
About the United Nations Foundation
The United Nations Foundation builds public-private partnerships to address the world’s most pressing problems, and broadens support for the United Nations through advocacy and public outreach. Through innovative campaigns and initiatives, the Foundation connects people, ideas, and resources to help the UN solve global problems. The Foundation was created in 1998 as a U.S. public charity by entrepreneur and philanthropist Ted Turner and now is supported by philanthropic, corporate, government, and individual donors. Learn more at: www.unfoundation.org.
About ColorComm Network
ColorComm is an essential professional membership organization for women of color in communications. The ColorComm mission is to personally connect women with other like-minded individuals to build a strong network of leaders by creating mentors/mentees, business relationships and friendships. The organization has chapters in Washington, DC, New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Los Angeles and San Francisco. For more information: www.colorcommnetwork.com.