As PR practitioners, we must stay involved with the latest trends and practices involving communications. Whether we post, tweet, snap, pin or chat, social media offers us a variety of ways to reach our communities.
And yet, what are the implications for the public when social media is omnipresent, technology is at our fingertips and […]
The hashtag for this year’s PRSA Western District Conference was #PRMatters, and for those of us lucky enough to attend, we were inspired, educated and challenged with insightful and thought-provoking presentations about just how much public relations really does matter.
So many of us are constantly bombarded with advertisements for the latest, […]
Do you have an exciting, fulfilling career in public relations and communications? Share your knowledge and passion for the Public Relations profession with the next generation of pros on PRSA Shadow Day, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Tuesday, March 28.
PRSA Shadow Day is one of the most important ways to can give back to the […]
Sara Stookey, PR Coordinator, Snowmass Tourism
Nicole Marshall, Communications Consultant, Curated Communications
Liz Lambert, Marketing & Communications Specialist, Bonfils Blood Center
Krista Ferndelli, Director of Marketing and Communications, Better Business Bureau
Maria Brown, Vice President, Matter Communications
Peggy Hofstra, Marketing and Public Relations Director, Energy Outreach Colorado
Eleonora Yurkevich, […]
Title: Account Executive
Organization: Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide
Committee: Programs/Social Events and Young Professionals
Committee Role: Committee Member
What was the top reason you joined PRSA Colorado? I wanted to meet other PR pros who are passionate about our industry and building a stronger community.
Why do you volunteer? […]
As Colorado lawmakers wrestle with politics, budgets and deadlines, it’s important to stay on top of the issues that impact our families and communities. PRSA, the Denver Press Club and the Denver Post have joined together to launch a new series called Social Perspectives: Conversations, Debate and Understanding.
2017 certainly is off to a roaring start! There is so much going on in the world that is impacting our profession, as well as our organizations and clients, who need our insights and expertise more than ever. As the leading association for public relations and communications professionals, PRSA Colorado is working […]
The world of PR has changed. Dramatically. In many cases, social media has replaced traditional media relations. Communicating with employees looks far different than it once did. In fact, we have new ways of reaching most of our audiences. But audiences are splintered, distracted and have short attention spans. How has your PR practice changed […]
If you’ve been putting off getting your APR, resolve to make 2017 your year to get accredited.
Over the past three years, the Universal Accreditation Board (UAB) has reworked the two-step examination process candidates undertake to achieve Accreditation in Public Relations (APR). Last year, a new Computer-based Examination launched, and this year, […]
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