PRSA News

PRSA Georgia Offers Mentorship Program for 2020 Grads

Across 2020, 12 graduates participated in PRSA Georgia’s inaugural Collegiate Cohort Mentorship Program, a partnership between the Mentorship and College Relations Committees to provide support and development opportunities during the transition from full-time student to intern, employee or job seeker. The recent graduates joined six virtual discussions with local industry leaders, offering them an introduction […]

PRSA Georgia Chapter Administrator

What Does a Fantastic Chapter Administrator Do? The PRSA Georgia Chapter Administrator is responsible for supporting the general operations of the Chapter. Primary responsibilities include communicating with members, supporting the President and Board in fulfilling their responsibilities (including the Chapter financials), facilitating events, updating and maintaining the Chapter website and liaising with PRSA National. The […]

Keep Calm and Communicate On

As most communicators do, I went back to a previous draft – in this case, my 2020 welcome letter to you, My Chapter | Our Chapter | Next Chapter – to ground me before drafting a thank you and year-end wrap up. At that time, “roaring ‘20s” had a good ring to it. Now, I might substitute […]

Chapter Chat: Karen Cole

Karen Cole defines storytelling in one word: magic. She is inspired by the business storytelling approach of one of her favorite writers/storytellers, Ann Handley – a brilliant painter with words and digital marketing pioneer. “Stories surprise and delight us,” writes Handley. “They put flesh on the dry bones of data. They add narrative to your […]

Chapter Chat: Rachel Cushing

Rachel Cushing describes the transition from college life to the professional world in a word: brutal. Add in dual pandemics – COVID-19 and ongoing racial injustice – and things aren’t getting any easier for today’s graduating students and young professionals trying to establish themselves in the industry. Remembering what it felt like to be that […]

Chapter Chat: Mikey Mooney

Just like the funniest inside jokes that erupt spontaneously from exchanges with close pals, the most compelling PR ideas in Michael “Mikey” Mooney’s experience are hatched while chatting with colleagues, clients, family and friends. His rise through the ranks at Atlanta’s Poston Communications and upward trajectory with PRSA – locally, regionally and nationally – however, […]

Chapter Chat: Dr. Hazel Cole

Dr. Hazel Cole is not only the first member of her family to earn a Ph.D., but she’s also a pioneering force at the University of West Georgia (UWG), serving as associate professor and PR concentration head, and as the faculty advisor for the school’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Chapter. She is […]