PRSA Announces 2022 Officer and Board of Directors Nominees

PRSA, the nation’s leading professional organization serving the communications community, today announced the officer and director nominees for its 2022 Board of Directors. Delegates of the membership will vote on the nominees and any petitioning candidates at the annual PRSA Leadership Assembly on Saturday, October 16, in Orlando, Florida. “I want to thank everyone who applied for a Board position,” said Debra D. Peterson, APR, PRSA 2021 Nominating Committee Chair. “We had a terrific slate of candidates, and I am very excited to announce our nominees for the 2022 Board…

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PRSA Launches New Search Tool, Powered by CommunicationsMatch™, To Help Users Connect with Agencies, Professionals and Service Providers

PRSA has launched a new search tool on the organization’s website to help users identify and shortlist public relations and communications agencies, professionals, and service providers with the expertise that matches their needs. Powered by CommunicationsMatch™, an industry-leading search and services technology platform, the directory allows users to find practitioners based on industry and communications capabilities, size, location, designations, diversity, client experience and more. In addition, they have the option to use the integrated Agency Select™ hiring tools to request information or issue RFPs. There are no commissions or success…

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PRSA Launches New Initiative To Assist Communicators “In Between Jobs”

PRSA, the US’ leading professional organization serving the communications community, announced today the launch of its new In Between Jobs program, which offers a discounted PRSA membership and access to a number of career-stimulating resources for communications professionals who have been adversely affected by the past year’s challenging economic climate.  Representative of the economic struggles experienced throughout the public relations community, a PR Week poll conducted in May 2020 found that almost 64% of clients reduced PR budgets while 11% laid off and furloughed staff, and one in five agencies laid off and furloughed staff and 77% of agency clients reduced retainers.   “People everywhere…

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PRSA and Puerto Rico Public Relations Association Announce Expanded Membership Agreement

PRSA, the nation’s leading professional organization serving the communications community, announced today that it has partnered with the Puerto Rico Public Relations Association (PRPRA) to provide mutually beneficial professional development, educational and career opportunities for members of each respective organization. Benefits available to PRPRA members through the agreement include a discounted annual membership to PRSA as well as access to all PRSA programming. PRPRA will also provide access to its professional development and other program offerings to PRSA members. “We are thrilled to be collaborating with the highly respected PRPRA,”…

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