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PRSA MARYLAND CHAPTER
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Still working on your #BIM19 Entries? Here’s some tips!

Design courtesy of Devaney & Associates Still working on your 2019 Best in Maryland entries? Or have you finished but just not sure if it’s good enough? Did you know that every year, we see entries get pushed aside not because the campaign or component...

Meet Chapter Member Dr. David Marshall, Morgan State University

For August, we talked with the Chapter member Dr. David Marshall, Professor and Chair of Strategic Communication at Morgan State University. Dr. Marshall speaks about his love for Public Relations and his students at Morgan State. Where did you grow up? I’m Baltimore...

Meet Chapter Member and Volunteer Allison Mayer, APR

For July, we talked with Maryland Chapter member Allison S. Mayer, APR, Deputy Chief of Staff, Office of the Governor. Allison tells us why she joined PRSA, what she loves the most about PR, who inspires her, and more. How long have you been a member of PRSA and why...

Working to Continue with a Bold PR Future – Conference Recap

by Lisa Brusio Coster, Chapter President It was a dog day of summer and the conference did not wilt under the heat. While NDMU did its best to keep us cool, 72 attendees at this year’s PRSA Maryland conference networked and learned new ideas and skills...

#BIM19 News: From Submitting to Winning!

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...

Have something to say? 4 Ways to Share your News & Ideas

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...

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  1. Job opportunities

    Access the hottest jobs in the industry


  2. Strong Network

    Connect with local, regional and national communications professionals


  3. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

    Sharpen your skills and stay on the cutting edge of your career


  4. WEBNOTES E-NEWS

    Keep current with chapter news and events


  5. TWO INDUSTRY SUBSCRIPTIONS

    Get two national periodicals: Public Relations Tactics and Public Relations Strategist


  6. E-MAIL ALERTS

    Receive alerts on networking opportunities and educational events


  7. Agency and Freelance Referral

    Access our Agency and Freelance Referral Service

If you want to develop your communications skills and grow your career, then PRSA Maryland is the professional organization for you. You won’t be disappointed. I promise.
 

– Claudia Ciolfi, PRSA Maryland President (2017)

Manager of PR and Strategic Communications, Chesapeake Employers’ Insurance Company

It’s always pleasing to be with like-minded individuals, but PRSA also provides the opportunity to learn, expand, and meet professionals whose work and concepts may differ from yours.
 

– Lisa Brusio Coster

President, Coster Communications, Ltd.

PRSA Maryland serves as the cornerstone of my professional development and helps me in a variety of ways to continually adapt to the ever-changing public relations profession.
 

– Dan Dunne, APR

Director of Communications, Erickson Living.

PRSA is really all about the people you meet and the relationships you develop, and it all leads to personal and professional development, increasing your value in the workplace.
 

– Jeffrey A. Davis, APR

Managing Director, Van Eperen.

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

Account Supervisor/Project Manager, Van Eperen.

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