Dawn Dugle is an award-winning storyteller and writer who travels the country teaching businesses and non-profit organizations how to tell and share their stories. She has helped small businesses, Fortune 500 companies and the Federal Government build their brands to reach more customers. In 2015, Ms. Dugle also earned a spot in the worldwide Top 500 Most Influential CEOs on Social Media.
In 2016, she created a pilot program on Social Media Storytelling for the Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies - part of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration for the Federal Government. Her training led to a social media policy change at the state level of government in Virginia.
Dawn’s background includes more than two decades as a broadcast and digital journalist where she brought home 67 awards, an Edward R. Murrow award and an Emmy nomination.
She believes everyone has a great story, and her life purpose involves helping people get those stories told. Dawn does this through her writing and with her speaking engagements and training workshops.
Dawn is the C.E.O. of Dugle Media and the Creative Director for TeleSouth Communications, Inc. She is a regular guest of The Gallo Radio Show on SuperTalk Mississippi for The Dugle Report - where she shares the latest news in social media storytelling and digital technology.
She is a Mississippian by choice. Her first book was released in November, 2018.
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