Director of Content & Programming
Joyceann Garippa is the director of content & programming at Ragan Communications where she oversees the content direction of Ragan.com, PR Daily and Ragan’s Workplace Wellness Insider, as well as Ragan’s Communications Leadership Council (CLC) and PR Daily Leadership Network (PRLN). She also leads Ragan’s conference team, which creates strategic programming for conferences (live and virtual), workshops, bootcamps and webinars for Ragan’s vast audience of internal communications, external communications, wellness professionals and human resources.
Ragan Communications and PR Daily
Allison Carter has built her career around content in all its forms. She cut her teeth during the early days of social media, helping small businesses create and execute content strategies across platforms. After a brief stint as an advertising copywriter with companies including Microsoft and Chase, she joined her hometown newspaper, the Indianapolis Star. Over seven years she worked as a social media producer, a trending content writer, and in her happiest roles, as an editor to talented reporters and photographers, helping figure out what audiences really want to read and keeping the legacy paper’s digital strategies sharp. She played a small role in the 2020 Pulitzer Prize-winning story “Mauled.” She joined Ragan in 2022 and currently works as executive editor for PR Daily. She lives in Indianapolis.
Vice president of corporate communications
Meredith Corporation (formerly Time, Inc.)
Jill Davison is vice president of corporate communications at Meredith Corporation (previously Time Inc.), the number one media and marketing company that reaches 175 million American consumers every month, including 80 percent of U.S. millennial women. Davison collaborates across the company’s business functions, including its executive leadership team, to craft the company’s narrative and manage the communications risks and opportunities of the business. A seasoned corporate communications and brand marketing executive with more than two decades of experience in the media landscape, Jill joined Time Inc. in 2013 and played a key communications role promoting the company’s various newsworthy initiatives, including its M&A activities, such as its recent divestitures of Time Inc. UK, Essence, Golf and Sunset, as well as its recent historic acquisition by the Meredith Corporation. Prior to joining Time Inc., Davison was vice president of Corporate Communications of American Express Publishing, which was a wholly owned subsidiary of the American Express Company, for nine years. Earlier, she worked in both corporate and brand communications for Hachette Filipacchi Media US, Hearst Magazines and the international public relations agency Edelman Worldwide.