In 2017, PRSA Georgia leaders embarked on a strategic plan that ends this year. By 2020, their expectation was PRSA Georgia would serve a diverse community of professionals, empowering them to excel in effective, ethical and engaging communications on behalf of the organizations they represent and the constituencies they serve.
NOT written into our Chapter’s strategic plan was COVID-19. But deal with it, we will, as we fulfill our vision and mission. In fact, we’re going to RPIE it. In order to ensure we continue to best serve you, please carve out a few minutes today to take the below 15-question survey. Once complete, you’ll be entered into a raffle for one of 10 Amazon gift cards valued at $25.
PRSA Georgia’s mission is to advance the profession by preparing communicators to share and promote best practices; foster lifelong learning; address critical issues; elevate ethical standards; fortify communications challenges (via professional development/competencies); and drive diversity (of voice, reach and perspective).
As I shared in an earlier email to you, if you have concerns about an upcoming renewal or payment, let email@example.com know. She and I will work with National PRSA’s Membership advisor, who will help explore options to meet your needs.
Elizabeth McMillan, APR
President, PRSA Georgia