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Alumna Returns to Endicott for Talk on Political Communication

The Political Action Committee presents Victoria Bonney '06 for a talk titled, “Political Communication in 140 Characters or Less.”
The Political Action Committee presents Victoria Bonney '06 for a talk titled, “Political Communication in 140 Characters or Less.”
12/1/2017
The Political Action Committee presents Victoria Bonney '06 for a talk titled, “Political Communication in 140 Characters or Less.” 

Alumna Victoria Bonney '06 will present her talk titled, “Political Communication in 140 Characters or Less,” at 2p.m. on Monday, December 4. This event will take place in the Post Center Hospitality Suite. 

Bonney, now the communications director for congresswoman Chellie Pingree, has served many political positions since her time at Endicott. These roles have included spokeswoman and communications strategist for Planned Parenthood Action Fund and the United States Department of Health and Human Services during implementation of the Affordable Care Act. She’s also worked with numerous political candidates for state and national office, most recently including, New Hampshire governor, Maggie Hassan's successful 2016 bid for United States Senate.

Her interest in politics was born right here at Endicott during an internship with the Howard Dean campaign. Bonney took to designing her own major in political communication, as Endicott did not have a political science major at the time, and went on to use her skills in the numerous roles she’s held during her career.  

During her time on campus she will also be visiting with a politics course and attending a lunch meeting with the Political Action Committee. This event is free and open to the public. For more information please contact Professor Michael Kilburn at mkilburn@endicott.edu. 

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