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PRSA GEORGIA

One Network. Many Opportunities.

The Georgia Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America is the second largest chapter in the country, and serves approximately 850 members statewide. We offer many opportunities for members and nonmembers to network, learn new skills and advocate for the profession.
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May Chapter Champion

Kiara Reynolds-Westry has been named May Chapter Champion, honoring her work on the DE&I Committee over the past year. She says her volunteer opportunities have been priceless and helped lead to career growth. Kiara leads public relations and external communications for Randstad USA. She originally joined PRSA to grow her skill set after starting her career in the insurance industry.

Jumpstart Your Accreditation

This spring, PRSA Georgia is hosting virtual APR Jumpstart Courses for professionals interested in earning the Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) credential. The five-week virtual course begins April 12. These courses are a great way to connect with other colleagues while brushing up on PR core competencies. Through the Jumpstart courses, you will be guided through a deep dive into the knowledge, skills and abilities assessed during the APR process.

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APR Month

Ronnika McFall shares her journey to Accreditation in Public Relations—the push she needed to apply, how a study partner and bootcamp made all the difference, and how she passed the exam with 45 minutes to spare. She says passing the exam was the best feeling in the entire world.  Considering applying for your APR? Her advice: “Don’t worry. You can do it! Why? Simply because I did!” 

PRSA Georgia is committed to transforming every layer of the Chapter, from board service to its newest members, by intentionally applying the importance of diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility, and belonging. Keep reading to learn more about our beliefs and actions.