Smart Kalaluka is a professional communication specialist with proficiency in communication planning, crisis communication, public relations, broadcast journalism, marketing as well as digital marketing.Kalaluka is a fourth year student at the University of Zambia pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Mass Communication and media studies, with Development Studies as a minor. He has Certificates in Online Publication from B360 education partnerships of Switzerland, Gender Responsive Public Service from MS-Training Centre for Development Co-operation of Arusha, Tanzania, Certificate in Free and Fair Election Reporting awarded by MISA Zambia, a certificate in Photojournalism from B360 education partnerships of Switzerland and a certificate in Climate Change Advocacy awarded by UNICEF Zambia.Kalaluka has worked as a Public Relations Officer at TopStar Communication Company Limited. A joint venture company created by the Zambian government between the Zambian National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC) and Africa’s leading digital TV operator StarTimes of China with a sole mandate of implementing the digital migration project in Zambia.As a public relations officer he was involved in planning publicity strategies and campaigns, writing and producing presentations and press releases, dealing with enquiries from the public, the press, and related organisations, organising and attending promotional events such as press conferences, open days, exhibitions, tours and visits, speaking publicly at interviews, press conferences and presentations, providing clients with information about new promotional opportunities and also analysing media coverageHe has also worked as a Radio Reporter, Producer and Presenter at Radio Christian Voice as a reporter, He was involved in research, scripting and producing various programmes. Some of his responsibilities included gathering, writing, editing and casting news.Previously, he was presenter, Senior Reporter and Producer at Itezhi Tezhi radio station his responsibilities included gathering, writing and casting news as well as planning, designing and implementing radio programs on various topics.Worked as a Volunteer at Unite for Climate Project funded by UNICEF Zambia as a lead Climate Ambassador for Itezhi Tezhi District as a lead ambassador he was in charge of coordinating and supervising environmental clubs, working with the department of forestry on various environmental programs and advocating on climate change issues.He is a good governance advocate and passionate about issues of climate change. He is a gender based violence and human rights activists. He enjoys teaching and discussing subjects around leadership and good governance and entrepreneurship.He enjoys reading motivation books, and listening to old Zambian and African music.
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