By Lisa Brusio Coster I know that in 2018 you addressed a communications challenge with exemplary professional skill, creativity and resourcefulness. So, wait no longer to submit your winning work for a Best in Maryland (BIM) award. Be an early bird and...
Webnotes and the PRSA Maryland Blog bring members and readers innovative and inspiring ideas about public relations and PRSA. We welcome input, feedback and content. There are 4 ways you can get involved, including joining our PR Writers’ Resource Pool....
Submitted by Jill Wroblewski, Senior Program Director, Public Relations, imre After more than 26 years in the Baltimore area, imre will move from its current office in Sparks, MD to Towson. Diving into the why move now and why Towson gives us a peak at how...
Submitted by Jennifer Donahoe, PR & Social Media Account Director, Planit On June 4, 2019, shocking and gruesome undercover video broke showing animal abuse at a dairy farm in Indiana where the popular milk brand Fairlife produces its milk. Originally...
This month, we talked to Maryland Chapter member Courtney Benhoff, regional communications manager at Erickson Living, while she took some time to walk around the Erickson Living campus getting her steps in on a picture-perfect day. How long have you been a member of...
In April, we put the call out for volunteers to help judge the Agriculture Relations Council Golden ARC Awards. These volunteers not only heeded the call but went above and beyond to get it all done. A HUGE THANK YOU TO: Christine Barnhart APR Lisa Brusio Coster,...
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– Claudia Ciolfi, PRSA Maryland President (2017)
– Lisa Brusio Coster
– Dan Dunne, APR
– Jeffrey A. Davis, APR
Sandy Arnett, APR, was actually the very first PRSA MD person I met when I moved back to Baltimore. Sandy was doing registration at some events and her friendliness and welcoming me was a factor in my joining the Chapter. I was able to tell her that at the internal communications program at GSCM in January (2019).
– Emily McDermott