Kamela Boyd, Part II: the impact of communications on culture
Listen to Part II of Ramona’s discussion with Atlanta-based media and communications expert Kamela Boyd. Kamela shares her thoughts about the evolving impact media has on culture and marketing. She also discusses why it is so important for African American and Latino/a professionals to pursue careers in journalism. According to Kamela, media has a profound influence on behavior. As media professionals, African Americans and Latino/as have the power to shape media. Kamela serves as director of communications and marketing for the Georgia Academy of Family Physicians, leading all communications efforts. Originally from Tallahassee, Florida, Kamela now makes Atlanta her home.
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