Speech on an "Air" Head Train
Airbnb's new head of global communications made a communication error of global proportions amid the crisis of child separation at the US border.
Kim Kingsley amazed his public relations colleagues by taking a picture of themselves and other staff dancing on a San Francisco pier, with the headline "… That night, I fell in love with new colleagues, during 2,000 km away children were kept in cages #whatyoudomstaters #speakup #cantignorethis. "
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We are told, industry insiders shared the Post between them, with a narrative Page Six, "My jaw dropped."
A source near Kingsley – criticizing the policy that has now been revoked online – pointed out that Airbnb was one of the first companies who publicly opposed it and Kingsley is simply "proud" of working for a company that shares its values. "
In a statement, Kingsley told us," My point is the exact opposite of what you suggest. "(We have not suggested anything about their point of view.)
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She continued," Also When we have moments with family and friends, we can not forget those kids and my hashtags, that's very clear. What you do is important. Speak up. We can not ignore that. Take a look at everything I've shared in the last few weeks, and you'll know my feelings about the subject.
Kingsley has now privatized her Instagram account.
Co-founder of Politico and Washington Post-Alum Kingsley joined the International Accommodation Rental Service June 5, reports Axios as the Head of Global Communications, reporting to its global leaders Politics and Communications.
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The news site reported at the time that she wrote to friends, "Be it Scranton or South Africa, my fate, my heart has been shaped by places and people – and now I can help bring that beauty and abundance to a global community.
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