In your responses to the initial posts of at least two of your peers, consider the different audiences your peers listed and the information your peers thought each audience would want to know. What individuals, departments, or organizations would you add to—or remove from—their lists of potential audiences? Similarly, is there any information that you would include or exclude in a presentation to these audiences, based on what your peers suggested? Remember that it is OK to disagree with your peers as long as you are kind and explain your viewpoint.
*****speak in first person
**** also attached is the discussion you did to compare
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