PRSA’s Ethics Month is a time to reflect and reinvent. This year’s theme: PR Ethics Counsel: Be Prepared. At a time when every day can bring a new ethical challenge, there’s never been a better time to go back to the old adage: Always be prepared. The PRSA Board of...read more
Suzanne Hartman is a 30-year member of the Puget Sound Chapter of PRSA SEATTLE — The Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) has announced the election of Suzanne Hartman, Corporate Communications Manager at Chelan Public Utility in Wenatchee, Wash., into the...read more
by Judith Harrison, Angela K. Chitkara & LaTricia Woods, APR - PRsay is featuring posts by a variety of thought leaders on the year ahead for communicators and the PR profession. These thoughts on diversity and inclusion first appeared in the January issue of...read more
By Karen Friedman - Let’s reimagine a famous Biblical tale for a moment. Moses is wandering the desert when God speaks to him. He tells Moses he has heard the cries of his people in Egypt and wants to know how Moses will lead them out of captivity. The next day, Moses...read more
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