New Model for Corporate Communication

A Corporate Communication Brown Bag Discussion

Hosted by the Corporate Communications Section.

This interactive discussion is not currently available. Email the Sections Department to inquire about future availability of this program.

Category: Communication Strategy

In this brown bag discussion Roger Bolton, president of the Arthur W. Page Society, will discuss the Page Society’s new model for corporate communicators. Based on research with chief communications officers across the globe, the report cites how people around the world are changing how they communicate, and how we must build shared beliefs, act and advocate in authentic ways. The report can be found here.

The interactive conversation will be moderated by Jill Feldon LaNouette, ABC, vice president, public affairs, with Cardinal Health.

Please note that you must be an active member of the Corporate Communication Section to register for this brown bag discussion. PRSA members, join the Corporate Communication Section today.


Photo of Roger Bolton

Roger Bolton is the president of the Arthur W. Page Society, a leading professional association for senior corporate communications executives. He is also a trustee and past chairman of the Page Society. Roger has co-chaired the Thought Leadership Committee, which works to help global companies build trust in a rapidly changing global business environment, and he was named one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior by Trust Across America, a program of Next Decade, Inc. Previously, he served as senior vice president of communications at Aetna and as IBM’s director of corporate media relations and director of communications for the IBM server and software groups.


LaNouette is responsible for integrated internal, external and marketing communication, and issues and reputation management. With Cardinal Health since 2003, she serves as a strategic business partner to senior executives and leads a multi-discipline team. She also is co-chair of the Women’s Initiative Network at Cardinal Health’s corporate headquarters, a graduate of the prestigious Arthur W. Page Society Future Leaders Program, and is active in PRSA, IABC and a number of professional health care and communications organizations.