Communications Committee


 

Develops the communication process among members of the MCB through publications including the Mecklenburg Bar News, MeckBar.org, Bar Blasts, social media and the MCB Annual Membership Directory.

 

 


 

         Membership
 
2021-22 Chair 2021-22 Vice-Chair
Ross R. Fulton
704/334-0891
rfulton@rcdlaw.net
               

 

Class of 2022 Class of 2023 Class of 2024
Derek Bast
Danielle Walle
Amanda Wright
Vacancy
Mathew Flatow
Maisha Blakeney
Ben Shook
Dan Finegan
Jennifer Errington
Kristle Lee
Melissa Malone
Adrienne Satchell

 

 

Staff Liaisons
Leah Campbell, Executive Director - lcampbell@meckbar.org

Greg Hicks, Director of Digital Media  - ghicks@meckbar.org
 

 


 

Volunteer Need / Commitment

The Communications Committee develops the communication process among members of the MCB through publications including the Mecklenburg Bar News, MeckBar.org, Bar Blasts, social media and the MCB Annual Membership Directory. Members of the Communications Committee write newsletter articles, monitor legal trends that should be included in future publications, evaluate Bar Blast effectiveness and discuss ways to serve MCB membership through communication efforts. The Communications Committee meets on the first Monday each month from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. 


Committee Documents/Links

Mecklenburg Bar News

MCB Membership Directory

MCB Publication Guidelines

 


2020-21 Communications Committee Report
Caitlin Walton, Chair & Ross Fulton, Vice Chair

The Mecklenburg County Bar Communications Committee met on a monthly basis in 2020-21.  The meetings focused on planning content for each edition of the Mecklenburg Bar News, weekly Bar Blasts, MeckBar.org and various social media outlets. 

During the 2020-21 fiscal year, the Communications Committee met exclusively via Zoom due to the COVID-19 pandemic and did not miss any deadlines for the Mecklenburg Bar News.

The  committee also continued to monitor and expand the MCB's social media platforms. LinkedIn continues to be the most active platform for the MCB and has now gained more than 2,000 followers. Social media continues to be a significant tool to interact and inform MCB membership and the community.

The committee will continue to work with recommendations from the MCB Board of Directors and ADCO on updating the MCB's branding during 2021-22.

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