Group officers – Membership Client Pro http://www.membershipclientpro.com/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 22:21:17 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://www.membershipclientpro.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/membership.png Group officers – Membership Client Pro http://www.membershipclientpro.com/ 32 32 Fairfax must do more to protect undocumented immigrants, group says https://www.membershipclientpro.com/fairfax-must-do-more-to-protect-undocumented-immigrants-group-says/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 21:35:12 +0000 https://www.membershipclientpro.com/fairfax-must-do-more-to-protect-undocumented-immigrants-group-says/ A Fairfax County policy aimed at protecting undocumented immigrants from deportation is not being implemented aggressively enough, a coalition of immigrant advocacy groups has said – though they also acknowledge that Fairfax has been more aggressive than other jurisdictions on the issue. In January 2021, the county council passed a “trust policy” that prohibits Fairfax […]]]>

A Fairfax County policy aimed at protecting undocumented immigrants from deportation is not being implemented aggressively enough, a coalition of immigrant advocacy groups has said – though they also acknowledge that Fairfax has been more aggressive than other jurisdictions on the issue.

In January 2021, the county council passed a “trust policy” that prohibits Fairfax employees – including police officers – from cooperating with federal immigration officials, a measure intended to counter fears that many immigrants without papers have to deal with government officials.

Among other things, the county sheriff’s office stopped cooperating with requests from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to detain detainees wanted for deportation beyond their sentence.

Under the policy, much of which was already in practice before it was officially adopted, county agencies also do not ask residents about their immigration status before providing services.

But the rate of deportation cases that come from Virginia’s most populous jurisdiction is still higher than in some larger communities, at around 930 per 100,000 residents, according to a report by a coalition of immigrant advocacy groups in Northern Virginia using federal data compiled by Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse.

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Still, Rates of eviction cases are even higher in neighboring Prince William County, at 1,019 per 100,000 residents, and in Alexandria, at 1,195 per 100,000 residents, according to the report. Neither has implemented a similar trust policy.

These rates include cases from a variety of sources. Among them: ICE arrests in the community, cases where an undocumented immigrant is released from federal prison and enters ICE orbit, cases transferred from another jurisdiction to Fairfax, and old and unsolved cases, say the lawyers.

While it’s unclear whether the county’s higher case rate has anything to do with trust policy shortcomings, the attorneys said, the group nonetheless argued that the county could do more to stem evictions.

In a letter sent Monday to the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, the group which includes the ACLU People Power Fairfax, the Legal Aid Justice Center and the ACLU of Virginia said the county police department still leaves undocumented immigrants at risk of deportation by including too much information in its arrest reports, which go into a law enforcement database that police officers federal immigration authorities can tap for potential cases.

The coalition also said the county has yet to begin accepting ID cards provided by nonprofits to undocumented immigrants — a trust policy provision intended for people without other forms of identity. .

“If the Council wishes to gain the trust of immigrants, especially in the area of ​​public safety, it must reinvigorate the implementation of the policy of trust,” the letter states.

County officials said no agency in Fairfax, including the police department, interacts with ICE. The county did not immediately respond if it accepts nonprofit ID cards.

Police reports offer details about the person arrested but do not reveal exact addresses, County Executive Bryan Hill said.

“It’s limited to bouldering; we don’t log the actual address,” he said, adding that the county recently hired a director of immigration services whose job is to better coordinate the implementation of the trust policy.

Jeffrey C. McKay (D), chairman of the board of supervisors, said the county takes the policy seriously because it wants all residents to be comfortable with county interactions, especially where resolution of a crime may depend on an undocumented witness.

“If our residents don’t trust the police, it jeopardizes the public safety of all county residents,” McKay said.

Immigrant advocates are demanding that county police further conceal arrest data, do more to eliminate racial profiling by police and reduce the number of arrests for public drunkenness, which disproportionately affect communities of color.

And with about seven deportation cases coming out of Fairfax a day, the county should make sure it’s doing all it can to protect undocumented immigrants, said Simon Sandoval-Moshenberg, director of the advocacy program. immigrants for the Legal Aid Justice Center.

“Even if there are only six left, it’s worth it,” he said.

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Frank Rogers promoted to Creative Director at Spirit Music Group https://www.membershipclientpro.com/frank-rogers-promoted-to-creative-director-at-spirit-music-group/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 14:06:11 +0000 https://www.membershipclientpro.com/frank-rogers-promoted-to-creative-director-at-spirit-music-group/ Spirit Music Group has promoted Frank Rogers to Chief Creative Officer, Spirit Music Group/General Manager, Spirit Music Nashville. In his new role, Rogers will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of Spirit Music Group’s global roster and creative activities, as well as continuing to oversee Spirit Music Nashville’s operational activities. Rogers will continue to be […]]]>

Spirit Music Group has promoted Frank Rogers to Chief Creative Officer, Spirit Music Group/General Manager, Spirit Music Nashville.

In his new role, Rogers will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of Spirit Music Group’s global roster and creative activities, as well as continuing to oversee Spirit Music Nashville’s operational activities.

Rogers will continue to be based in Nashville.

In 2016, Spirit Music Group entered into a multi-pronged deal with Frank Rogers and his company Fluid Music Revolution forming the Spirit/Fluid joint venture.

Through this agreement, Spirit acquired Rogers’ one-third interest in certain Sea Gayle Music copyrights.

He also joined Spirit’s roster as a songwriter, and the company exclusively administers all of his new compositions worldwide. In 2019, Spirit Music Group named Rogers CEO of Spirit Music Nashville.

Rogers moved to Nashville in 1990 and earned his music business degree from Belmont University where he met future collaborator Brad Paisley.

Rogers then worked for EMI Nashville Production and opened independent Nashville publisher Sea Gayle Music with Paisley and Chris DuBois.

While at Spirit Music Group, Rogers announced the acquisition of a number of Tim McGraw’s master recordings, including his hits The highway doesn’t care and Humble & Kind (Grammy Best Country Song, CMT Video of the Year, CMA Song of the Year and AMA Favorite Country Song).

Spirit also recently announced the acquisition from the masters artist for Jason Aldean. The deal includes nine albums, including 24 No. 1 songs, 34 Top 10 songs and six RIAA-certified Platinum albums.

All of these albums have historically been released through Broken Bow Records, which Acquisition of BMG in 2017 for $103 million. GMB/Broken Bow has confirmed that he will continue to be the exclusive licensed label partner for Aldean’s records until at least 2030.

The acquisition also included neighboring rights and SoundExchange royalties.

Under Frank Rogers’ leadership, Spirit Music Nashville also acquired part of the publishing catalog of hit songwriter Jonathan Singleton and four-time Grammy winner David Garcia (co-writer/co-producer of Meant to be who spent 50 weeks at No. 1, 2019 ASCAP Christian Songwriter of the Year).


In addition to being a music publishing executive, Frank Rogers is a multi-platinum producer and songwriter who, according to Spirit, has produced 44 No. 1 singles, over 80 Top 20 singles and over 60 records. or RIAA-certified multi-platinum/platinum/gold singles. .

He has worked with artists such as Trace Adkins, Brad Paisley, Josh Turner, Darius Rucker, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Dolly Parton, Allison Krauss, Frank Ray and Scotty McCreery.

Rogers has 18 CMA nominations (including one win) and 27 ACM nominations (including five wins) and has produced 17 Grammy-nominated songs/albums, including four winners.

Rogers co-wrote songs including She’ll miss me (Brad Paisley); Very well and This (Darius Rucker); five more minutes, That’s it, Between, Your time (Scotty McCreery); and Side Road Song (Granger Smith).

His songs have been recorded by artists such as Chris Stapleton, Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars, Kenny Rogers, Clint Black, Hootie And The Blowfish, Lee Brice, Kidd Rock, Billy Gibbons and Matthew West.

“Frank brings a wealth of experience to our company, both as a multi-platinum songwriter/music producer in his own right and as a highly accomplished music publishing executive with a proven history of delivering hit after hit with our list.

Jon Singer, Spiritual Music Group

Jon Singer, Chairman of Spirit Music Group, said, “I am confident that Frank is the right person to lead Spirit Music Group’s global creative team in this exciting next chapter.

“Frank brings a wealth of experience to our company, both as a multi-platinum songwriter/music producer in his own right and as a highly accomplished music publishing executive with a proven history of delivering hit after hit with our list.

“We are thrilled to provide Spirit Music Group’s global roster of artists, songwriters and producers of all genres with top executive talent and a creative executive at the helm who knows how to build business and careers. for our authors.

“What Frank has accomplished with Spirit Music Nashville is a great example of what a thriving music publishing community can accomplish and we look forward to seeing him apply his creative strategy to our global offices.”

“We are delighted that Frank has chosen to continue to build on his successful history with Spirit Music Group.”

Joe Borrino, spiritual music group

Joe Borrino, COO/CFO of Spirit Music Group, said, “Frank’s experience speaks for itself. He is an accomplished music publishing executive and a true music man who understands all facets of the music publishing business.

“We are delighted that Frank has chosen to continue to build on his successful history with Spirit Music Group.”

“I am honored to continue and expand my relationship with Spirit Music Group.”

Frank Rogers

Frank Rogers said, “I am honored to continue and expand my relationship with Spirit Music Group. Jon Singer, Ross Cameron and Joe Borrino have been great partners over the past few years and I look forward to continuing to build on Spirit’s awesome foundation.

“I am thrilled to be working with all of Spirit’s songwriters and staff as we expand our global presence while building Spirit Music Group into the world’s leading independent music publisher.”

The music industry around the world

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Local group aims to help those in eastern Kentucky https://www.membershipclientpro.com/local-group-aims-to-help-those-in-eastern-kentucky/ Sun, 11 Sep 2022 03:57:00 +0000 https://www.membershipclientpro.com/local-group-aims-to-help-those-in-eastern-kentucky/ FLOYD COUNTY, KY. (WSAZ) – From the loss of local police officers to flooding blanketing much of the state, Eastern Kentucky has faced many challenges over the past few months. Through music, Troy Carlois hopes he and his band can make a difference. Since the age of ten, Troy has been playing music and after […]]]>

FLOYD COUNTY, KY. (WSAZ) – From the loss of local police officers to flooding blanketing much of the state, Eastern Kentucky has faced many challenges over the past few months.

Through music, Troy Carlois hopes he and his band can make a difference.

Since the age of ten, Troy has been playing music and after years of being told he couldn’t make it, their band is getting closer to their goals.

“Being born legally blind sometimes people feel like they don’t have an opportunity, but I’m a big believer in what you can design, you can achieve,” he said.

He said the flooding and the loss of police lives had taken a toll on himself and the community and he wanted to help.

“I want to use my donation to help people raise money for things in Eastern Kentucky to inspire kids to inspire people who may be disabled. I want to give back, I want to take the opportunity to help others.

The Troy Carlois Band recently received a song on The County Network and even got a chance to get Nashville and record a video with manager Dolly Parton.

Troy is confident that all of this will result in a way to continue helping the people of the area.

“I hope I can use it to help other people and encourage people and just, you know, really inspire people to achieve their dreams.

The group is planning a benefit show at Alley on Main in Paintsville, KY next Friday.

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Jayland Walker police body camera after shooting released https://www.membershipclientpro.com/jayland-walker-police-body-camera-after-shooting-released/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 21:39:00 +0000 https://www.membershipclientpro.com/jayland-walker-police-body-camera-after-shooting-released/ The 32 video clips show several officers at the scene trying to save Walker’s life after he was shot dozens of times. AKRON, Ohio — New body camera video released Friday by the City of Akron shows Jayland Walker shot and killed by police on June 27 from different angles. The 32 video clips, which […]]]>

The 32 video clips show several officers at the scene trying to save Walker’s life after he was shot dozens of times.

AKRON, Ohio — New body camera video released Friday by the City of Akron shows Jayland Walker shot and killed by police on June 27 from different angles.

The 32 video clips, which are mostly blurry and often muted, show several officers at the scene trying to save Walker’s life. Officers are seen grabbing medical equipment and putting on gloves to work on Walker before paramedics arrive.

“Until we have a guy with a fancy, cool background to say he’s dead, let’s just carry on,” one of the officers said.

While the officers who did not shoot Walker attempted to save his life, those who opened fire on him huddled together. “Anyone who fired, come with me,” an officer is heard giving an order.

Other officers at the scene went to investigate the car Walker was driving. “There’s a gun in there. Leave it,” an officer said.

This is the third time the city has released video since the shooting in June. Friday’s additional video came at the request of the media. Last year, the Akron City Council passed a law requiring police to release use-of-force footage within seven days of the incident from at least three camera angles (assuming multiple devices captured the events). All other footage must be released within 30 days.

Body camera video released last week revealed more of the time leading up to and following when Walker was shot dozens of times by eight officers after the June 27 police chase.

The names of the eight officers have still not been released, but in the video for “Officer 5” you can see what looks like a taser in his right hand during the chase. Akron police say two officers tried, but failed to deploy tasers before the shooting.

After the shooting, there were numerous calls from one of the officers to “cease fire”. A female officer is heard saying, “He (Walker) is still moving.” The move prompts another officer to yell at Walker, “Don’t look (expletive) for nothing.”

An officer is heard shouting instructions to the rest of the police force to “sign in” and then asks if everyone is okay. “Are we good? “, he asks. We’re worried about the crossfire. An officer can be heard saying, “Go blue,” before the group begins to turn off the microphones of their body cameras. The sound is muted for approximately 18 seconds as officers surround Walker.

While rolling him to apply the handcuffs, officers also begin the process of medically assisting Walker. “Do you need a tourniquet?” one officer asks another. Another reminds the group to put on gloves.

“Everyone makes sure you’re good,” one of the officers advises the rest of those at the scene. “Take a deep breath.”

As they drive away from the scene, a policeman orders a female policewoman who participated in the shooting to turn off her camera. She asks, “Off or blue?” to which he says, “Off”.

In accordance with department policy, the eight officers involved have been placed on administrative leave pending the results of an investigation by the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation. The Walker family has also asked the US Department of Justice to look into the matter.

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AXIS appoints Dan Draper as Group Chief Underwriting Officer https://www.membershipclientpro.com/axis-appoints-dan-draper-as-group-chief-underwriting-officer/ Tue, 06 Sep 2022 13:15:00 +0000 https://www.membershipclientpro.com/axis-appoints-dan-draper-as-group-chief-underwriting-officer/ PEMBROKE, Bermuda–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AXIS Capital Holdings Limited (“AXIS” or “The Company”) (NYSE: AXS), today announced that the Company has promoted Dan Draper to the position of Group Chief Underwriting Officer. Mr Draper, who is based in London and previously served as group head of underwriting, will report to chairman and chief executive Albert Benchimol and join […]]]>

PEMBROKE, Bermuda–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AXIS Capital Holdings Limited (“AXIS” or “The Company”) (NYSE: AXS), today announced that the Company has promoted Dan Draper to the position of Group Chief Underwriting Officer. Mr Draper, who is based in London and previously served as group head of underwriting, will report to chairman and chief executive Albert Benchimol and join the company’s executive committee.

“We have tremendous confidence in Dan – he is a recognized leader within AXIS who has an established track record of partnering with the business to drive consistent improvement in portfolio quality and underwriting performance over the past few years. “, Mr. Benchimol said. “It’s all part of our broader strategy to advance our leadership in the specialty, grow profitably with our partners, and deliver increased value to both our customers and our shareholders.”

In his new role, Mr. Draper will lead the centralization of the Company’s underwriting analytics and support functions into a single division that he will oversee. In addition, Mr. Draper will partner with the firm’s underwriting divisions on portfolio strategy and governance, including exposure management, as well as driving greater innovation in products and services provided to existing and new customer segments.

The appointment of a Group Chief Underwriting Officer was one of many measures taken by the Company announcement earlier this year to strengthen its position as a specialized leader.

Mr. Benchimol added: “The introduction of the new Group Chief Underwriting Officer organization presents an opportunity for AXIS to be more agile, efficient and connected in our approach to portfolio management, pricing, data and analysis.

“I look forward to partnering with the company to build on the significant progress we have made to strengthen the company’s portfolio and advance our leadership in specialties. I believe we have only scratched the surface of what is possible for AXIS,” said Draper.

Mr. Draper previously served for more than two years as Group Head of Underwriting at AXIS. Previously, he was Group Chief Risk and Actuarial Officer at VIBE. Prior to joining VIBE, Mr. Draper spent eight years at AXIS, serving in a number of leadership positions including Group Chief Actuary, Director of Risk Analysis and Director of Insurance Industry Risk. Prior to that, he held senior positions at the Financial Services Authority, XL Capital and EY.

About AXIS Capital

AXIS Capital, through its operating subsidiaries, is a global specialty underwriter and provider of insurance and reinsurance solutions. The Company has equity of $4.7 billion as of June 30, 2022 and operations in Bermuda, the United States, Europe, Singapore and Canada. Its operating subsidiaries have been assigned a financial strength rating of “A+” (“Strong”) by Standard & Poor’s and “A” (“Excellent”) by AM Best. For more information about AXIS Capital, visit our website at www.axiscapital.com.

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Akron community members react to shooting involving 3rd officer since June https://www.membershipclientpro.com/akron-community-members-react-to-shooting-involving-3rd-officer-since-june/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 02:50:00 +0000 https://www.membershipclientpro.com/akron-community-members-react-to-shooting-involving-3rd-officer-since-june/ CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) — Akron police are defending their actions after the shooting involving an officer Saturday night. The latest shooting took place on September 3 when a teenager, who was allegedly holding a gun, was shot in the hand. The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigations (BCI) is currently investigating its third shooting by an […]]]>

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) — Akron police are defending their actions after the shooting involving an officer Saturday night. The latest shooting took place on September 3 when a teenager, who was allegedly holding a gun, was shot in the hand.

The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigations (BCI) is currently investigating its third shooting by an Akron police officer since the death of Jayland Walker.

Walker was shot June 27 by police in Akron’s Firestone Park.

The second shooting involving an officer surrounded a 21-year-old woman who allegedly shot another woman in a bar on July 29.

This all comes just days after explosive new allegations in the Walker case that police turned off their body cameras to officers who allegedly beat nonviolent protesters.

The community of Akron is still trying to heal while awaiting the outcome of this investigation and some, including one of Walker’s relatives, are still wondering why there are so many police shootings in the city.

Franklin Ragsdale, who supported the Walker family, is angry after hearing about the police shooting on Saturday night.

“To me, it’s outrage,” Ragsdale said. “It is unfortunate that another young boy has been shot. This is another terrible example of Akron policing.

Akron officers heard a series of gunshots while patrolling the Manchester and Longview area. Officers who immediately went to check found themselves face to face with a group of young men behind a house in the 700 block of Longview Avenue.

Police said a 16-year-old had a gun in his hand and one of their officers fired a shot, hitting the teenager in the hand. He was treated for non-life-threatening injuries and is expected to face charges.

Akron Police Department Lt. Michael Miller told 19 News that while he understands the community has concerns every time there’s a police shooting, he says the problem in this case is that weapons are in the hands of children.

According to police, not only was the 16-year-old armed with a gun. Several other firearms were recovered nearby and other young men were interviewed.

“We want the community to be as safe as possible and officers didn’t want to end up in a situation like this and now a young man has made the wrong choice by picking up a gun. And I might add that several firearms were recovered from the scene,” Miller told 19 News.

Saturday’s police shooting is the third in the city of Akron since June, including the fatal police shooting of Jayland Walker, after a chase in which officers allege Walker shot them from his car. Dozens of shots were fired and eight officers are on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation.

Demetrius Travis, Jayland Walker’s cousin, said the police shooting must stop and he was determined to clear his loved one’s name and honor his memory.

“We’re going to continue to make that happen in this system that we’re under,” Travis said. “We are under a racist system, let’s just put it there. And until we change this system, we will continue to have police officers who kill without weapons, whether they are armed or not.

A local activist, who asked not to be identified, said the community will not rest until the results of the state investigation are released and questions are answered. “We want justice and we are not going to stop,” she said. “Keep building the community, keep educating people to go out and vote to change some of these policing policies in our community.”

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Group seeks traffic warden to reduce traffic accidents https://www.membershipclientpro.com/group-seeks-traffic-warden-to-reduce-traffic-accidents/ Sat, 03 Sep 2022 21:52:27 +0000 https://www.membershipclientpro.com/group-seeks-traffic-warden-to-reduce-traffic-accidents/ One group, Accident Prevention and Rescue Initiative (APRI), has appealed to Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Minister Mallam Muhammad Bello to support the Directorate of Road Traffic Services (FCT-DRTS), otherwise known as the name of vehicle inspection officers. (VIO) to improve the prevention of road accidents in the territory. The group’s chief executive, Prince Fidelis Nnadi, […]]]>

One group, Accident Prevention and Rescue Initiative (APRI), has appealed to Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Minister Mallam Muhammad Bello to support the Directorate of Road Traffic Services (FCT-DRTS), otherwise known as the name of vehicle inspection officers. (VIO) to improve the prevention of road accidents in the territory.

The group’s chief executive, Prince Fidelis Nnadi, who made the appeal during an interview with LEADERSHIP in Abuja yesterday, said such support could come in the form of logistical and legislative endorsements.

Nnadi noted that there has been an improvement in traffic management and traffic enforcement in the FCT through the various road safety initiatives implemented by the new FCT-DRTS Director, Dr. Abdul-Lateef Bello.

He pointed out that some of the initiatives include effective monitoring and enforcement of the ban on commercial motorcycles, maintaining effective road safety enforcement on FCT roads, eliminating the activities and operations of “One Chance and ensuring zero tolerance for corruption within management.

Nnadi recalled that according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) index, the FCT has consistently remained on the highest scale of road accidents, fatalities and injuries compared to other states in Nigeria, pointing out that with the current approach, the restructured administrative and operational system in the direction, there were high expectations that the FCT would move down the NBS Road Accident Index scale.

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Job: Communications Officer at Sydani Group https://www.membershipclientpro.com/job-communications-officer-at-sydani-group/ Fri, 02 Sep 2022 04:50:20 +0000 https://www.membershipclientpro.com/job-communications-officer-at-sydani-group/ Sydani Initiative for International Development is a management consulting firm based in Abuja, Nigeria. With our team of experienced management consultants, we design, deploy, monitor and evaluate effective programs and interventions to improve the health and social service sectors in Nigeria and globally. Summary of the role The Communications and Social Media Manager will lead […]]]>

Sydani Initiative for International Development is a management consulting firm based in Abuja, Nigeria. With our team of experienced management consultants, we design, deploy, monitor and evaluate effective programs and interventions to improve the health and social service sectors in Nigeria and globally. Summary of the role

The Communications and Social Media Manager will lead all of Sydani’s internal and external communications efforts, coordinate and represent the company at promotional events, develop and deliver content for marketing and advertising, and respond to inquiries from the public and medias.

Role Description

This role requires overseeing the organization’s communications efforts, including public relations and marketing across all of Sydani’s communications platforms, including the company website and social media channels.
The candidate will be required to conduct market research to understand customer needs and preferences, communicate with media personnel, implement communications policies and procedures to maintain company brand image, oversee relationships with the press and improve the visibility and reputation of the brand. The individual must be a critical and analytical thinker.

Responsibilities

Regularly update the company’s website with engaging content
Design/organize and deliver distinct types of content across all communication channels to improve brand visibility and reputation
Create and produce internal newsletters for the organization.
Manage company or organization communications on social media.
Supervise press relations communication.
Track analytics to glean insights and refine communication strategy to improve performance
Maintain an archive of company digital media, including photos and videos
Participate in problem solving, ideation and capacity building sessions, including new staff onboarding and mentoring programs
Participate in periodic performance reviews and provide feedback to team members for performance improvement as appropriate.

Terms
Successful candidates will possess the following qualifications and skills:

A bachelor’s degree (first or upper second class) in communications, social and digital media, marketing and advertising, public relations or similar fields is essential. A master’s degree is desirable.
At least 3 years of professional experience in one of the fields of communication. Experience as a social media manager in a management consulting firm or in the development sector is an added advantage.
Proven experience in digital marketing and content creation. Samples of work will be required as evidence.
Experience with various print and online media technologies.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong interpersonal, teamwork and networking skills
The ability to plan, prioritize and work in a fast-paced environment.
Excellent analytical and problem solving skills.
Results oriented.

What we offer

Sydani offers a comprehensive benefits package including medical insurance, competitive compensation, generous bonuses, rapid career growth, and the opportunity to work with a team of seasoned consultants and an ever-expanding network of industry experts .
These positions offer the opportunity for highly motivated individuals to take on critical roles in the evolution of a fast-growing and highly respected organization. Thus, the remuneration is competitive. The starting salary will be commensurate with the candidate’s experience.


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Nuspire Hires MSSP Strategist Pete Shah as Chief Revenue Officer https://www.membershipclientpro.com/nuspire-hires-mssp-strategist-pete-shah-as-chief-revenue-officer/ Tue, 30 Aug 2022 13:07:23 +0000 https://www.membershipclientpro.com/nuspire-hires-mssp-strategist-pete-shah-as-chief-revenue-officer/ Pete Shah, Nuspire’s new chief revenue officer Nuspire is at an inflection point to revolutionize the cybersecurity experience, and I am honored to join the team at such a pivotal time. I look forward to leading and growing our field operations team and partner ecosystem to exceed the expectations of our growing customer base. […]]]>

Pete Shah, Nuspire’s new chief revenue officer

Nuspire is at an inflection point to revolutionize the cybersecurity experience, and I am honored to join the team at such a pivotal time. I look forward to leading and growing our field operations team and partner ecosystem to exceed the expectations of our growing customer base.

nuspired, a leading managed security service provider (MSSP), today announced the appointment of industry veteran Pete Shah as chief revenue officer (CRO). In this role, Shah will be responsible for driving Nuspire’s growth strategy by leading all aspects of field operations including sales, partnerships, customer success and support.

Shah joins Nuspire with over 25 years of notable accomplishments in global enterprise security software and services, where he has excelled in customer success, revenue, profitability and business value.

“The combination of Pete’s passion, operational mindset and energy, along with his years of growth-focused success in cybersecurity, will be invaluable in continuing to deliver on our upward sales trajectory. “said Lewie Dunsworth, CEO of Nuspire. “I look forward to having him on board to join our team of industry veterans and thought leaders, all of whom are committed to delivering the best industry experience to our employees, partners and customers. .”

Shah most recently served as CRO for Fishtech Group/Cyderes (MSSP), which led to a successful exit and merger with Herjavec Group. In addition, over the past 15 years, he has held leadership positions with cybersecurity and network performance management companies, including Haystax, Cyren, and Infovista.

“Nuspire is at an inflection point to revolutionize the cybersecurity experience, and I’m honored to join the team at such a pivotal time,” said Pete Shah. “I look forward to leading and growing our field operations team and partner ecosystem to exceed the expectations of our growing customer base.”

This news follows the appointment of Nuspire as Representative Vendor in the 2022 Gartner Market Guide for Managed Security Services (MSS)).

About Nuspire

Nuspire is a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP), offering Managed Security Services (MSS), Managed Detection and Response (MDR), Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) that supports the best EDR solutions and cybersecurity consulting services (CSC) which includes incident preparedness and response, threat modeling, digital forensics, technology optimization, posture assessments and more. Our self-service, technology-independent platform, myNuspire, enables greater visibility across your entire security program. Powered by self-healing always on Nuspire Cyber ​​X Platform (CXP), myNuspire will help CISOs alleviate the pain associated with tech sprawl, provide intelligence-based recommendations, solve alert fatigue, and will help their customers become more secure over time. Our in-depth team of cybersecurity experts, award-winning threat intelligence, and three 24/7 Security Operations Centers (SOCs) detect, respond to, and remediate advanced cyber threats. Our customer base spans thousands of businesses, from medium to large enterprises, spanning multiple industries and geographic footprints. For more information, visit http://www.nuspire.com and follow us on LinkedIn @Nuspire.

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British police ask officers to disclose any personal links to journalists | Police https://www.membershipclientpro.com/british-police-ask-officers-to-disclose-any-personal-links-to-journalists-police/ Mon, 29 Aug 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://www.membershipclientpro.com/british-police-ask-officers-to-disclose-any-personal-links-to-journalists-police/ Police chiefs have issued secret orders telling officers to tell bosses if they know any journalists – as they would have dealings with convicted felons or extremists. The measure is already in place in some forces and follows guidelines from the College of Policing, which sets the standards for law enforcement. This is part of […]]]>

Police chiefs have issued secret orders telling officers to tell bosses if they know any journalists – as they would have dealings with convicted felons or extremists.

The measure is already in place in some forces and follows guidelines from the College of Policing, which sets the standards for law enforcement. This is part of anti-corruption efforts and was only discovered by accident.

The Police Inspectorate is lobbying the Metropolitan Police, the country’s largest force, to introduce the measure. The Society of Editors, representing newspapers, and crime reporters from the Crime Reporters’ Association oppose the crackdown.

A leading free speech group said it was more typical of ‘authoritarian regimes around the world than advanced democracies’.

There are fears the order could deter officers who wish to report or who do not trust their bosses to act on complaints of wrongdoing.

Ruth Smeeth, chief executive of Index on Censorship, said: “Index is increasingly concerned about the apparently growing perception within the UK police that journalists are viewed as disreputable or potentially disreputable individuals with whom agents can associate.

“Media freedom is a foundation of our democracy and the tendency to see journalists as a threat rather than an asset is something we are more used to seeing with our work in authoritarian regimes around the world rather than in advanced democracies.

Within the police, some senior officials were surprised by the measure and privately oppose it. The measure is believed to be under review and police have already put in place rules for those who hand over information in exchange for bribes.

A College of Policing spokesperson said: “Journalists have an important role to play in holding police to account and supporting the service with reporting, including calls for information.

“The public expects police to have policies in place to protect sensitive information held by police, which may include details about members of the public and police operations. This includes the obligation to declare any potential conflict of interest in order to be open and transparent, as well as to mitigate any risks that may arise.

“Advice given to police forces should not interfere with healthy police-media relations. We are working with the National Council of Chiefs of Police and others to review the guidelines and will listen very carefully to any issues raised by the media.

A spokesman for Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services said: ‘We recognize the essential role journalists play in our democracy, including holding police forces to account. We make recommendations to police forces taking into account, where appropriate, relevant authorized professional practices.

The Society of Editors said: “The inclusion of journalists in a list of ‘notifiable associations’ in anti-corruption guidelines gives the mistaken impression that journalists seek to bribe or deceive and equates the profession with wrongdoing and dishonesty that journalists seek to uncover A successful working relationship between the police service and journalists is essential to the legitimacy of policing in the UK.

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