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Curious about the intersection of civility in media and politics and why it’s important to you?

Hear from Tracey Todd, Social Media Director from NICD, Dan Seaman, Product Director, and Allison Munro, Former Head of Marketing from Viafoura as they discuss best practices to drive civil discourse between citizens, media, and the government.


Key focus of this session

  • Leverage supporting research and campaigns to build the business case for civility
  • Gain insights on driving dialogue and respect online
  • Learn about current tools and tactics to revive civility and increase engagement

Watch it On-Demand

Presented in partnership with NICD

The Speakers


Allison Munro

Former Head of Marketing,


Allison is a passionate marketing leader with more than 15 years of success combining data-driven strategies and revenue growth. She has led in the development of award winning marketing programs for B2B and B2C organizations with a goal to maximize cross channel audience engagement and ROI.


Tracey Todd

Social Media Director


Digital content curator, Tracey Todd plays a leading role at the National Institute for Civil Discourse to encourage a social media environment where US citizens can connect, have civil dialogues, and feel empowered to create outcomes from those discussions. Tracey utilizes social media and emergent technologies to help strengthen the quality and effectiveness of conversation on today’s online spaces


Dan Seaman

Director of Product,


A digital media veteran, Dan has built his digital publishing career over the last 15 years. He’s held key strategy and leadership roles managing consumer products across enterprise divisions for big-name Canadian media groups like St. Joseph Media, Quebecor, TC Media, and The Globe and Mail. In these roles, he quickly established himself as a thought leader on the rise of mobile in media and marketing.


NICD is a nonpartisan center for the advocacy, research, and policy of civil discourse. Based out of the University of Arizona, NICD identifies opportunities for elected officials, the media, and the public to engage in healthy and civil political debate.