Collin Tong Starts Public Affairs Consulting Practice in Seattle
May 8, 2013
The USC Annenberg School of Communication’s Reporting on Health blog [http://www.reportingonhealth.org/] tomorrow will be posting Collin Tong's (SPMJ '76) May 7th review of a new comedy, “Assisted Living” by Seattle playwright, Katie Forgette. Follow this link to read the review: http://crosscut.com/2013/05/07/theatre/114330/tong-assisted-living/?page... Reporting on Health is a news aggregation site for some of the top health stories in the nation.
Collin also just started a new public affairs consulting practice in Seattle called Pacific Northwest Strategies.
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