PRSA News

Let’s Talk: Peer Conversations!

Let’s Talk: Peer Conversations! The weight of communicating hits different today. Let’s meet up (virtually) after work and talk about it. Being a trusted communications counselor today is not without its opportunities or challenges. What does our organization have to say? How do we address our employees? What crisis is next? Connecting with your community […]

Highlighting Black PR Legends During February and Beyond

Black History is American History, and that is why we will celebrate and elevate the contributions of African Americans throughout the year, not just during February, Black History Month. The newly formed Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) Committee aims to increase the awareness of diverse and underrepresented industry-related experts and contributors from all backgrounds while […]

Congratulations to the PRSA Georgia 2020 Chapter Champions

Kent Kimes is the recipient of the January 2020 Chapter Champion Award for his dedicated volunteer work with PRSA Georgia. He wrote the script for the 2018 and 2019 Awards Celebration, and served as the off-stage announcer for both of these events, and he also served alongside Chapter member Alison Tyrer as 2019 co-chair of the […]

Prestigious Anvil Awards Programs Now Open for Entries

Silver Anvils recognize the highest standards of performance in public relations and communications programs or campaigns. This year, there are 19 different Silver Anvil categories, along with numerous subcategories, in which you can submit your work. New additions for 2021 are: Most Effective Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Campaign, divided into the subcategories of Associations, […]

Building Our Beloved Community Starts From Within

“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Jan. 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968 We are living during some of the most consequential times in our nation’s history with the rise and amplification of voices within hate groups rooted in white supremacy. While […]