Jay Rockey Lifetime Achievement Award
The Jay Rockey Lifetime Achievement Award was established in 2002 in honor of Jay Rockey’s commitment to the public relations profession. This award recognizes the career achievements of a Puget Sound area public relations professional who has advanced the field of public relations and demonstrated outstanding professional ability and conduct throughout his or her career.
Nominations are received all year long, and the deadline is usually in August of each year.
Interested in making a nomination? Download the information and guidelines below and send nomination letters to Karla Slate, APR by September 24, 2018.
Past Award Winners
2002 Jay Rockey, APR, Fellow PRSA (2002 Inaugural Recipient)
2003 Neil McReynolds, APR
2004 Harold Carr
2005 Art Merrick, APR, Fellow PRSA
2006 Dan McConnell
2007 Pat Fearey
2008 Kay Herring, APR, Fellow PRSA
2009 Wendy Townsend, APR
2010 Sue Brush, APR, Fellow PRSA
2011 Bob Frause, APR, Fellow PRSA
2012 Cheri Brennan, APR
2013 David Marriott, APR
2014 Marilyn Hawkins, APR
2015 Art and Jeri McDonald
2016 Not Awarded
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