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Mark 2019 as the year robots, hackers and trolls jumped out of the pages of science fiction novels and into your day-to-day as a communications professional. Join us for the first monthly meeting of the year as we hear what experts from across the industry predict will be the groundbreaking changes and disruptive trends in 2019. In the panel discussion moderated by Dr. Bryan Reber, head of the advertising and PR department at the University of Georgia, you'll discover:
- How artificial intelligence is building smarter, higher-performing teams
- Strategies to manage through a data breach, from the front-line communicators
- The power of social media to build community - and how to manage the trolls that come with it
- How healthcare communications will change as America grays
- How "fake news" will continue to change our relationship with the media
- Tips to manage through the changing landscape of PR in 2019... and moving forward
Public relations practitioners must stay on top of the latest trends in the industry to provide relevant counsel and impactful results to our clients and stakeholders. Learn what to expect from the trend-setters themselves.
Dr. Bryan Reber, C. Richard Yarbrough Professor in Crisis Communication Leadership and Head of the Department of Advertising and Public Relations Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Georgia
Vincent J. Dollard, APR, Associate Vice President, Communications, Woodruff Health Sciences Center, Emory University
Elyse Hammett, Vice President, Marketing and Communications, Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta
Steve Holmes, Senior Director, Corporate Communications, Interim Vice President, Corporate Communications and External Affairs, The Home Depot
John Rich, VP of FutureX Labs at Moxie
- If you want to find out about a cost-effective and time-saving way to easily secure your spot at all chapterwide monthly programming, the annual conference, and the annual awards ceremony with one simple transaction, click here to find out about purchasing a PRSA GA Annual Pass.
- Register by Monday, January 28 for the early bird rate: Members: $39/Non-members: $59
- After January 28: Members: $49/Non-members: $69
- There is a $15 walk-in fee, space available.
- Valet parking - $2.
- Free self-parking is available in the parking garage behind the restaurant. There is a sign that says Maggiano's and Corner Bakery parking at the garage entrance. The parking lot that is adjacent to Maggiano's is now a PAID PARKING LOT with a charge of $7 per car. It is not owned by Maggiano's. If you park there, you must pre-pay or your car will be booted or towed.
- Luncheon, family-style.
- All reservations are final. Programming is subject to change. There are no cancellations and PRSA Georgia does not issue refunds for the registration fee.