AAF-Houston October 2012 Luncheon - Creative Thought Leader Series

 
 
 

"Leaving Fingerprints at the Scene of the Crime!" 

Get ready… this presentation offers motivation, inspiration, education, personal insight, reduced stress, increased creativity and organization, world peace, and a chance at some cash. All of this from a therapist (the mental health kind) that has wandered into the even crazier world of marketing and public relations.
This one’s all about you being the best you can be. And the better you are - your communication becomes amazing, your creativity soars, client are ecstatic, business booms, life is good, even your family and friends are impressed.  You’ll need your funny bone, some kleenex, and maybe your best two steppin’ boots (being from Texas and all).
Disclaimer: results may vary depending on intelligence, sense of humor, and ability to party.
Speaker: Matthew Knight
Speaker Matthew Knight
Director of Public Relations and Marketing Mid-South Health Systems   For the last ten years, Matthew Knight has worked in education, public relations, and marketing for Mid-South Health Systems, an Arkansas Community Mental Health corporation.  He develops and provides a variety of training programs for business, industry, and educational groups ...

Director of Public Relations and Marketing
Mid-South Health Systems





 


For the last ten years, Matthew Knight has worked in education, public relations, and marketing for Mid-South Health Systems, an Arkansas Community Mental Health corporation.  He develops and provides a variety of training programs for business, industry, and educational groups as well as Mid-South staff.  In addition Matthew handles much of the public relations and marketing in Mid-South’s thirteen county area.  Prior to his current position, Matthew was director and therapist at Mid-South’s Paragould Outpatient Clinic for three years






For the last five years he has also directed social marketing for a $7,000,000 federal grant providing intense services for high risk children in four NEA counties.  He has recently finished making a film based on the stories of the families in this program.






As a Licensed Professional Counselor, he has over twenty-five years experience in mental health services, education, and consulting for individuals and business in Arkansas, Tennessee, and Missouri.  In addition he has been a junior and senior high public school teacher, the administrator of a private school, started two businesses, written music in Nashville, and traveled extensively.






Matthew completed his bachelor’s degree in education at Arkansas State University, a master’s degree in counseling psychology and family studies at the University of Tennessee, and pursued post graduate studies in psychology at ASU.


 


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Organizer Maureen Garnett

When?

Wed, Oct. 17, 2012
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Where?

Junior League of Houston
1811 Briar Oaks Lane
Houston, TX 77027
USA