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, […]
Last week I threw on my cape and activated my superpowers at the “Communications Superheroes Retreat” hosted by the Public Relations Society of America Colorado Chapter. It was an action-packed day featuring some of Denver’s best and brightest communications superheroes. We came together not as competitors, but in a spirit of unity (a la […]
Grab your cape and soar into the event of the summer and support the CSU PRSSA Superheroes in Training at a fundraiser breakfast presentation on the Science of Persuasion: Giving Your Brand Power and Impact. You’ll get tips on how to bring greater power to your brand and impact your audience in the process as […]
Let the sun shine on your public relations career in San Diego at the 2014 Western District Conference. Mark your calendars and plan to join your colleagues from across the Western District at the PRSA 2014 Western District Conference.
This not-to-be missed professional development conference will offer something for everyone.
Scott Pansky, […]
Board members bring backgrounds in nonprofit, corporate, agency, and independent practitioners
DENVER—November 22—The Public Relations Society of America Colorado Chapter (PRSA Colorado) today announced its 2014 Board of Directors. New board members were elected by the membership at its annual meeting on November 20, 2013, and will […]
Who ever said the professional development isn’t fun? The PRSA Colorado Chapter is enjoying a fresh look at the core truths of public relations. That’s why we themed the day, Naked PR: Authentic, Transparent, Effective.
On the November 20, we’re telling the world that the best PR is NAKED.
The day is […]
Earlier this month, I attended a political law and compliance seminar hosted by the local office of McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP. The focus was on ethics and compliance specifically in regard to lobbying and working with governmental agencies. One of the firm’s partners spoke about the need for internal processes and controls so […]
36 awards presented in addition to Swede Johnson Lifetime Achievement Award, Chapter Service, Joe Fuentes Rookie of the Year, Public Relations Person of the Year, Mentor of the Year and Public Relations Team of the Year
The Colorado Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) proudly announced the 2013 winners […]
March 2 through April 6, 2013
PRSA Colorado Launches Accreditation Program
The Colorado PRSA Chapter is offering an Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) course March 2 – April 6 to help prepare chapter candidates for the APR Readiness Review and computerized accreditation exam. The course runs from 9 a.m. to noon each […]
After 149 years and 311 days, the Rocky Mountain News published its final edition on February 27, 2009. As the four-year anniversary of its closure approaches, we reflect on this stark example of the ever-changing media landscape in our own backyard. Join PRSA Colorado on Valentine’s Day as we catch up with four former Rocky staffers who were there […]
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