If you’ve ever considered making a run for a national leadership position, here’s your opportunity. The submission deadline is June 11, 2012, but next week you have the chance to learn more about PRSA Board service from the current PRSA National Board leadership on a series of […]
In an op-ed published on March 15 in Roll Call, PRSA National urged the U.S. Senate to avoid actions that might diminish or severely restrict the federal government’s use of approved public relations and public affairs contractors.
PRSA’s action is in response […]
By Lisa Cutter, PRSA Colorado Assembly Delegate and Western District Chair-Elect
If you’re planning to come to the PRSA National Assembly and/or the International Conference, please mark your calendar for Saturday, Oct. 16 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Western District will host a reception for PRSSA and PRSA members from our district at Buca Di Beppo, just […]
September 15, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
PRSA National Chair and CEO Gary McCormick
with College of Fellows Inductees Sydney Ayers, Jane Dvorak, and Jeff Julin
Crisis can strike anyone at anytime. How can you keep your personal and professional integrity, while also keeping your company or client happy? Join […]
Each PRSA chapter sends a defined number of delegates (based on chapter membership) to a national assembly meeting, held in conjunction with the international conference. At this conference assembly delegates have traditionally deliberated and voted on matters pertaining to PRSA governance. In 2009 the Assembly voted to expand the responsibilities of assembly delegates, moving them […]
Districts? PRSA has districts?
While your experience with PRSA might be confined to the 100 people you routinely see at our chapter luncheons, PRSA actually has more than 21,000 members. Members belong to 110 Chapters nationwide, and these Chapters are organized into 10 Districts, which help connect Chapters and PRSA […]
Save the date for the Gold Pick Awards Dinner and Ceremony: May 6, 2010.
We just got the news! PRSA Colorado has been recognized nationally as having the strongest membership growth – 6.5 percent – during 2009 among the largest chapters in PRSA. Thank you to all the professionals who are already part of our chapter and who make our organization strong. If you are not […]
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) students from Colorado State University have received some nice coverage for two educational programs. Check them out for yourself:
“Former Hill & Knowlton President and CEO Visits CSU Journalism Students” – PRSSA News Archive – http://bit.ly/4t5Ptv
“Brewing up quality public relations with […]
This past weekend, your PRSA Colorado assembly delegates, Meredith Bagnulo, APR; Lisa Cutter; Dawn Doty, APR; GG Johnston and Cherie Orwig, APR, attended the 2009 Assembly meeting in San Diego. Our primary focus was to approve a sweeping set of bylaw changes — http://www.prsa.org/AboutPRSA/Governance/Bylaws — requested by delegates of […]
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