By Heather Johnson
It was February 1997, and Lee Gash-Maxey, formerly the managing producer of BET Movies and now CEO of the Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce, had called and offered me one of two production assistant positions for BET Movies. I was beyond ecstatic. The previous year I had heard about Encore (now known […]
Come meet David Pulsipher, pedestrian planner for the City of Denver, and hear about the challenges of persuading us that we will actually like giving up traffic lanes and street parking. He’s also looking for PR suggestions from us.
While Colorado PRSA members head to Boston for PRSA’s 2017 International Conference October 8-10, Chapter Delegates will gather the preceding Saturday at the annual Leadership Assembly to participate in strategic discussions about PRSA and the PR profession, and to vote on four national bylaw amendments.
As representatives to the chapter, Colorado Delegates want to […]
As stewards of public relations, we are often called upon to act as both voice and conscience of those we represent. With technology at our fingertips and society just one click away, a more connected public requires PR practitioners to be diligent about the moral underpinnings of our messaging and of our behavior.
This year, […]
In the fast-paced world of public relations, it can be hard to find the time to give back to the communities in which we live and work. That is why PRSA Colorado’s signature PR Boost event has successfully connected dozens of local nonprofits with experienced public relations professionals to help “boost” their PR and communications […]
Building on his well-received presentation last year, Matt West returns as the 2017 PRSA Summit keynote speaker. This year, Matt will lead a discussion on digital storytelling, and how brands and public relations practitioners can leverage the timelessness of storytelling with emerging technologies.
“Matt West crushed it!,” said one 2016 […]
A warm welcome to the following new members of PRSA Colorado:
Driving in Denver is getting crazier by the day. So, David Pulsipher has been hired to lead a team creating a Pedestrians & Trails Plan for Denver and looking for public input.
We have a chance to hear what he’s up to – and offer him professional advice on how […]
ContributeIf you're interested in contributing to our blog, e-mail us with your name, organization and topic.
Tagsaccreditation APR Bruce Goldberg Case Study Chapter Retreat Christina Loznicka Crisis Communications CSU PRSSA Denver Denver Post Denver Press Club Elisabeth Monaghan ethics event Events Facebook Gina Seamans Gold Picks Linhart PR Media Spotlight Members Metzger Associates MGA Communications Networking Nonprofit PR PR PR Boost Professional Development PRSA PRSA Colorado PRSA Event PRSA National PRSSA public relations Rocky Mountain News Shadow Day Social Media students Suzanne Trantow The Denver Post Twitter volunteer Western District Conference Young Professionals Young Pros