Bravo, V. (2014). Meaning of new technologies for the trasnational communication experiences of Latina migrants in the U.S.East Coast. International Communication Association (ICA) annual conference. May 22-26. Seattle, Washington, Communication and Technology Division.
Bravo, V. (2014). Public diplomacy efforts with diaspora communities in the U.S.: Perceptions of Latino diaspora community members. International Public Relations Research (IPRRC) conference. March 6-8. Miami, Florida.
Bravo, V. (2013). Communicating external voting rights to diaspora communities: Challenges and opportunities in the cases of El Salvador and Costa Rica. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) annual conference. International Communication Division. Washington, DC.
De Moya, M. & Bravo, V. (2013). Communicating the homeland´s relationship with its diaspora community: The cases of El Salvador and Colombia. ICA´s annual conference. Global Communication and Social Change Division. London, England.
Giraldo, A.F., Botero, L.H., Molleda, J.C., & Bravo, V. (2012). Las relaciones públicas como factor de la opinión pública: Análisis de la agenda-setting en la crisis corporativa de Chiquita Brands. V Latin American WAPOR Congress—World Association of Public Opinion Research. Bogotá, Colombia.
Bravo, V. (2012). El Salvador and Costa Rica: Two Central American Opposite Cases in Their State-Diaspora Relations. AEJMC conference. Chicago, Illinois. International Communication Division.
Bravo, V. (2012). Diaspora relations: A specific type of relationship in the field of global public relations. ICA conference. Phoenix, Arizona, Public Relations Division.
Bravo, V. (2012). El Salvador’s state relationship-building efforts with its migrant community in the United States. ICA conference. Phoenix, Arizona. Conference Theme Division.
Bravo, V. (2012). “Invisible” but soon able to vote: The contradictions of the state-diaspora relations in the case of Costa Rica. Center for Global Public Relations’s annual conference. University of North Carolina-Charlotte.
Molleda, J.C., Bravo, V., Giraldo, A.F., & Botero, L.H. (2011). Testing the Theory of Cross-National Conflict Shifting: A Quantitative Content Analysis and a Case Study of the Chiquita Brands’ Transnational Crisis Originated in Colombia. AEJMC conference. Public Relations Division. St. Louis, Missouri.
Bravo, V., Ferguson, M., Sung, K., & Park, H. (2011). Size matters: Larger public relations agencies offer more social media services than smaller ones. ICA conference. Boston, Massachusetts. Public Relations Division.
Bravo, V. (2011). International government public relations: Conceptualization, functions, and convergence with public diplomacy. Southern States Communication Association (SSCA) conference. Little Rock, Arkansas. Public Relations Division.
Bravo, V. (2010). Persuasive elements in blogs: The case of public relations agencies web sites. AEJMC Midwinter Conference. Norman, Oklahoma. Communication Technology Division.
Bravo, V. (2009). Borrowing the concepts of information asymmetry and information symmetry, as used in economics, to apply them in public relations. AEJMC conference. Boston, Massachusetts. Public Relations Division.
Bravo, V. (2013, August). Connecting students with the community through service learning: Stories and tips. Session presented in collaboration with professors Rebecca Pope-Ruark (Elon University) and Jorge Gaytan (North Carolina A&T State University) at the Annual Teaching and Learning Conference. Elon, North Carolina, 15 August.