About Donna Papacosta

Donna Papacosta is a writer, speaker, podcaster and consultant, helping clients communicate better with employees, customers and prospects. She’s also a highly rated workshop leader and teacher.

In 2005 Donna started producing the Trafcom News Podcast, one of the first business podcasts in Canada. Since then she has expanded her expertise in both social media and multimedia, and helps people integrate these tools into their communications. As a consultant and international speaker, Donna emphasizes the importance of storytelling, content marketing, content curation and relationship building.

In addition to leading workshops on social media and communications topics, Donna teaches Digital Communications Strategy/Social Media at the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies.

She is an active member of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) and is past chair of the IABC/Toronto chapter’s Professional Independent Communicators group.

Donna is author of The Podcast Scripting Book and co-author, with Steve Lubetkin, of The Business of Podcasting.

A dual U.S.-Canadian citizen now based in Toronto, Donna holds a Masters degree in Public Administration from New York University and a Certificate in Magazine Journalism from Ryerson University.

About Trafalgar Communications

Clients tell us that Trafalgar Communications helps them to plan, structure and execute communications that fit their strategy, meet their objectives and get results. From newsletters to content marketing to social media and multimedia projects – including podcasts – we know communications, and are proud of our reputation for delivering projects on time and on budget.

Using research and storytelling techniques, we help you produce compelling content that engages your clients, prospects and employees. Our roster of clients includes manufacturers, organizations in healthcare and information technology, nonprofits, universities, government agencies, small- to mid-sized businesses and more.

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