PRSA Georgia Pins Newest APRs

PRSA Georgia Pins Newest APRsPRSA Georgia Pins Newest APRs

PRSA Georgia pinned two new Accredited in Public Relations members at the March 14 monthly meeting.

Carol Galbreath, APR, is senior director of public relations at the Arthritis Foundation national office where she is responsible for nationwide public relations strategy. Dedicated to professional growth, she pursued her APR after more than two decades of leading national public relations efforts. She believes APR accreditation reinforces strategic thinking, demonstrates knowledge of industry standards and shows a true passion and commitment to the profession.

Sarah Johnson, APR, is an independent contractor. She spent the majority of her career in media relations for the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau where she is currently working as a freelance writer for the company’s marketing team. For the past couple of years, she worked at WellStar Health System where she helped improve team member satisfaction and engagement throughher role on the internal communications team. Sarah pursued her APR to gain a higher level of professional credibility and distinction and to be viewed as a strategic communicator. In addition to the differentiation the APR offers, obtaining it was also a personal achievement. She has been a member of PRSA Georgia since 2006.


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The Georgia Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America is the second largest chapter in the country, and serves approximately 850 members statewide.