A small army of The Public Relations Society of America Maryland Chapter collaborated on a project to help colleagues six states away have their big moment in the sun. Twenty-eight volunteers from PRSA Maryland judged The Public Relations Society of America...
On June 18, we were joined by 24 communications professionals for a candid conversation on how we as public relations professionals have an opportunity to play an important role in shaping how our organizations, and our chapter, address diversity, equity and inclusion...
Here’s some great news for APR candidates! There are now two ways to take the examination for Accreditation in Public Relations (APR). As of June 19, 2020, candidates have the option to take the APR exam either at a Prometric Testing Center or remotely through...
We took a brief break from our #PRSAMDWeeklyChat only to come back on June 12 with PR pro Jeffrey Davis, APR, Managing Partner, Van Eperen! Jeff talked about the realities of crisis communications and why you need a solid plan to address Covid 2.0, our national...
Open Letter from the PRSA MD Board of Directors: Yesterday George Floyd was laid to rest. It should not have happened. In the name of Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and many others who have been brutally killed, PRSA Maryland stands with the protesting nation...
When the pandemic hit earlier this year, many organizations immediately started focusing on their external stakeholders making sure their customers knew the organization valued them especially as they had to close down or curtail operations for an indefinite period of...
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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