Phawnda Moore recognized at 2011 Clarion Awards

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A style guide for the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office has been recognized for excellence by judges in the Association for Women in Communications 2011 Clarion Awards. The style guide was selected as best in its category from more than 400 entries in 30 states and three countries. Phawnda Moore is the associate editor of publications in the Chancellor’s Office, a state agency that oversees 112 community college campuses in California. The Rocklin resident researched, wrote and designed the 64 page special publication. Started in 1972, the Clarions honor excellence in more than 100 categories across all communications disciplines, including advertising & marketing, audiovisual productions, books & CDs, brochures, custom & special publications, education, fund development, magazines, major news events, newsletters, newspapers, online media, photography, graphics & design communications, public relations, radio, and television. Highly sought after by both women and men, the Clarions, named for the medieval trumpet known for its clarity, symbolize excellence in clear, concise communications. ~ Staff report