Communicators from across the United States were honored on June 11 at a Zoom Communication Competition ceremony by the National Federation of Women of the Press. Among those honored was columnist Dorothy Rosby who received a First Place award in the Non-fictional book for adult readers, Humor category for his book Alexa is a spy and other things to do, humorous essays on the hassle of our time. Rosby contributes to a column for the Maple Lake Messenger and Annandale Advocate.
NFPW is a national organization of women and men pursuing careers across the communications spectrum including print and electronic journalism, freelance, new media, books, public relations, marketing, design graphics, photography, advertising, radio and television.
A distinguished group of professional journalists, communications specialists and educators judged nearly 2,000 entries in a wide variety of categories. Only state-level first place winning entries are eligible to enter the national competition. All entries were published or broadcast between January 1, 2020 and December 31, 2020.