Martha Muzychka was named an IABC Fellow in 2019, acknowledging her decades of service to the profession and excellence in the field. Peter Finn, IABC executive director and host, sat down to talk with Martha about what led her to an entrepreneurial career, observations from her experience as a Gold Quill evaluator, what it means to join the ranks of IABC Fellows, trends she’s keeping a pulse on as we continue to move into a post-pandemic phase of work and life, and more.
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Martha Muzychka, ABC, MC, IABC Fellow
Muzychka has demonstrated strengths in communications, qualitative research, policy analysis, consultation processes, reputation and crisis management and writing. In her work, she explores new and creative approaches for communicating and engaging with target audiences by bringing together a unique community perspective with a firm foundation in strategic communications principles.
A popular workshop leader and presenter, Muzychka has extensive experience in public speaking, workshop development and presentation and group facilitation. As well as creating custom training for clients, Muzychka is a licensed trainer for McLuhan-Davies Communication training products for Newfoundland and Labrador.
Muzychka’s work and contributions to communications excellence and IABC have been recognized locally (IABC NL Communicator of the Year, 2018) nationally (IABC Canada Master Communicator, 2015) and globally (IABC Fellow, 2019).