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PRSA Puget Sound Chapter Lunch & Learn: Membership Benefits and Value

This is a recording of the PRSA Puget Sound Chapter Lunch & Learn: Membership Benefits and Value, held on March 31, 2021.

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AAPI Resources

In light of the recent Atlanta shootings which left eight people dead, the majority being Asian women, here is a list of Anti-Asian violence resources.

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What’s in a name? A conversation about the meaning of Totem and a call for name suggestions

The Totem Awards lack the inclusion of Native/Indian people which means as we cannot and do not appreciate the meaning or value of a totem pole and Native/Indian people do not receive benefit from the use of the name.

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Celebrating Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month is an opportunity to learn about those who paved the way for others to walk through doors, break barriers and make real change.

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The ABCs of DEI Communications

Shanita Baraka Akintonde shares proven formulas for handling microaggressions, unconscious bias in internal communications, and embracing a diverse workplace.

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PRSA Puget Sound Honors Black History Month

Join us during Black History month as we will profile Black Small Businesses impacting inclusion in, and around the Puget Sound.

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New Year, New Intentions, New Conversations

As we embark upon 2021, with a renewed energy, the Puget Sound chapter is committed to being the archetype for impactful leadership in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion within the communications profession.

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What IS a “PRSA Fellow?”

The PRSA College of Fellows (COF) was organized in 1989. It’s an honorary organization made up of about 350 PR professionals who have 25 or more years of experience.

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