Thanks for the good news, Katherine!
What it comes to “how to engage such a large a diverse movement”, I think the
WMF communication people are already doing good job in here. The solid vision
and the clear mission of the movement are the bases on what it is good to build
on. They also show that, although we are a large and diverse movement in
various way, there are things we share and agree on, too.
> On 6 Jan 2018, at 11.25, Renée Bagslint <reneebagsl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm glad to hear that as Chief Creative Officer, Heather will "oversee the
> organization and movement’s voice, tone, and visual assets, and how they
> are incorporated into everything from our recent awareness videos to our
> press statements." It would be good to know exactly who "we" are in this.
> It seems that "we" include the "movement", which is to say, all of us as
> users, volunteers and donors. I look forward to hearing more about how
> Heather and her team will engage such a large and diverse movement to find
> out what it is that we want to say and find ways of helping us to say it.
> On Fri, Jan 5, 2018 at 8:58 PM, Katherine Maher <kma...@wikimedia.org>
>> Hi everyone,
>> I am excited to share with you all the results of our search for permanent
>> leadership of the Wikimedia Foundation's Communications department.
>> Our own Heather Walls will transition from interim Chief of Communications
>> to leading the department full-time, in the newly created role of Chief
>> Creative Officer. She will be joined by a new Vice President of
>> Communications, Kui Kinyanjui, who will join us from her home in Nairobi,
>> Kenya in early March. Please join me in congratulating Heather and
>> welcoming Kui!
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