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Episode 42: Ingrid Svendsen on how to communicate in a crisis

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Today on the Take on Board podcast, I speak with Ingrid Svendsen about communicating in a crisis.

Ingrid is the co-founder and chair of the East Timor Hearts Fund, and she’s also the past president of the Darebin Parklands Association. Her first board was the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance Victorian Branch Counsellor.

Ingrid is a crisis communication professional who is specialised in the age, disability and health sectors for around 10 years. She’s the co-owner of Grounded Communications and an Australia Institute of Company Directors (AICD) trained non-executive director.

She has an adult son and lives in Melbourne with her partner and two chickens. And I would like you to know, she’s got two awesome sisters, one of whom is behind the microphone today.

So without any bias, I know Ingrid is going to share a whole lot of wisdom with you today about crisis communications, and how we can handle things whether it’s a pandemic or not.

Headshot of Ingrid Svendsen.

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