Sept 29, PRSA Miami Breakfast Panel on Ethics in the Digital Age
Ethical practice remains one of the most important obligations of public relations professionals.
In today’s culture, social media, and its varying channels, has become a defining element that is now intricately woven into everyday society. With billions of regular users and new programs emerging often, social media platforms operating as multi-directional communication tools offer an exchange of information in an open system – one which, if not strategically approached, has the ability to quickly amplify ethical mistakes.
Join PRSA for a breakfast panel to discuss Ethics in the Digital Age on September 29, 2015 at Miami International University of Art & Design.
Distinguished panelists such as Joe Centorino, Executive Director of the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics and Public Trust, will share his insights and experience on this important and relevant topic. Additional panelist to be confirmed.
Breakfast will be served.
SA Breakfast Panel on ‘Ethics in the Digital Age’
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
8:00 AM to 10:30 PM
$20.00 Member Ticket
$30.00 Guest Ticket
$15.00 New Professional Ticket
Miami International University of Art & Design
1501 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL 33132
Note: This event will be capped at 40 attendees. We recommend you register at your earliest convenience.
Joseph Centorino assumed the position of Executive Director of the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics and Public Trust on September 1, 2011, following his laudatory 25-year career at the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office. For most of that time, he served as Chief of the Public Corruption Division where he oversaw the investigation and prosecution of crimes committed by public officers and employees.
In addition to the private practice of law and work as an assistant district attorney in Massachusetts, Mr. Centorino served for eight years as an elected city councilman in his hometown of Salem and worked briefly as a congressional aide.
The graduate of Tufts University and Boston College Law School is a frequent lecturer, speaker and panelist on corruption and ethics-related topics. He has served as an instructor of Professionalism & Ethics at Florida International University and is often asked to testify before local and state grand juries, advisory boards and governments.
Mr. Centorino has served on the Florida Bar Professional Ethics Committee and has been admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court.