MIAMI—Experts in topics ranging from digital security to marketing to women to pharmaceutical marketing are some of the latest additions to the speaker lineup at the Global Public Relations Summit in Miami later this month.

Among the added speakers:

  • Shanon Kelley (pictured) is advertising director of Vice, the leading youth media brand and content creation studio, and the publisher of Vice’s newest channel Broadly, a women’s interest site. She will be “Speaking Broadly About Women” during a session sponsored by Marina Maher Communications.
  • Josephine Martin is executive vice president of public affairs for the Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America, which represents the country’s leading biopharmaceutical research companies, and will be discussing “Building Trust and Maintaining Reputation in a Challenging Issues Environment” in conversation with Paul Holmes.
  • Dr. Andy Ozment is assistant secretary for cybersecurity and communications at the Department of Homeland Security. He leads a Federal employee workforce charged with enhancing the security, resilience, and reliability of the Nation’s cyber and communications infrastructure and will be part of a panel on “Communicating in the Complexity of Today’s Cybersecurity Threat Environment,” sponsored by WE Communications and moderated by New York Times chief Washington correspondent David Sanger.

They join a lineup that includes United Way CMO Vicki Lins, Harvard University professor Sarah Lewis, Walmart’s Dan Bartlett and advertising guru Chuck Porter.

Registration for the Global Summit is
open here.