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Connect virtually and learn through an array of events and activities available to members and nonmembers.

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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.
We hope to see you soon!

Let’s Talk: Peer Conversations!

Connecting with your community means everything during these challenging times. Join PRSA Georgia peer groups that meet you where you are in your career. There is no agenda — just good ole candid conversations about what it means to do this work today.

We are hoping to share our experiences and sharpen our tools together to advance communications. Learn more about the upcoming conversations!

May Chapter Champion

This month’s Chapter Champion Becky Ayer credits the mentorship of her colleague at the University of Georgia with helping push her into a Chapter leadership role. As co-chair for the Social Media Committee, she looks to pay if forward by promoting the value of PRSA Georgia’s professional development and networking opportunities through engaging content across multiple social platforms.

Know More to Do More

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and we can’t ignore the actions that have sparked the #stopasianhate movement. This year in particular, we have seen and perhaps experienced the effects of racism, xenophobia and hate speech toward the AAPI community. As communicators, we have the tools to counter that in our choice of words and images.

April Chapter Chat

PRSA member, Yolanda Stephen, APR, is passionate about the APR program. In this Chapter Chat, Yolanda reflects on her experience in managing COVID-19 communications for the education industry and more importantly, why she obtained her APR.