PRSA News

Redefining your Writing Rhythm

Redefining your Writing Rhythm: How to Find the New Inspirations that can Fuel your Next Smash Hit by Jamie Cwalinski Whether through your car radio, personal music player or the speaker of your favorite restaurant or retailer, odds are you’ve heard the Goo Goo Dolls’ hit song “Iris” sometime during the last two decades. The […]

Chapter Chat: John Smiles

Metro Atlanta public relations professional John Smiles says he chose a career in PR because he always felt he could promote anything. He obtained his bachelor’s degree from the University of Alabama, where he studied communications, majoring in public relations. Today, the long standing PRSA Georgia member serves as the Senior Director of Marketing and […]

PRSA Georgia opens PRism Scholarship: Apply Now!

The PRSA Georgia Chapter is proud to announce the application period for its 2021 Multicultural PRism Scholarship. First awarded in 2019, the Chapter’s scholarship supports students in their commitment to the practice of public relations and was formed to improve diversity in the field. Applications are being accepted for undergraduate and graduate students pursuing public […]

Mid-Year Update from the Chapter President

Happy almost-summer, Chapter friends! I often lean on my PRSA Georgia circle for advice, wisdom, or just general “am-I-nuts-or-is-this-normal?” kind of asks. One such confidant came to my rescue several months ago. I was drowning in decision-making exhaustion when his nugget of perspective, so simple in its offering, dropped like a mic: focus on what […]

Chapter Chat: Becky Peterson

Longtime PRSA Georgia member Becky Peterson has been active with the organization locally and nationally since joining PRSA what she jokingly recalls as “100 years ago.” What is in fact a notable 20 years of membership has been glittered with exciting career moves – and literal moves, too. The independent counselor currently resides in Indianapolis, […]