A message from our chapter president Lisa Brusio Coster.
We are looking for a few (or many) PR pros to serve as judges for the PRSA Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter's Paragon Awards. Judging is expected to begin April 10 and last approximately three weeks. As a judge, you will have the opportunity to review the entries...
Photo by Polina Tankilevitch from Pexels By Jeffrey Davis, APR With the coronavirus (COVID-19) elevated to global pandemic status, the phase of precautionary wait-and-see measures has passed, including for your communications strategy. Particularly for organizations...
A lifelong Orioles fan, Ken has been a season ticket holder since he was in college. At 13, he and his family began a tradition of celebrating Orioles opening day at the ballpark and has attended nearly all of them since then. Ken is shown with his uncle Don Smith at...
by Jeffrey Davis, APR Originally printed in Capitol Communicator 2/13/2020. Reprinted with permission. The Iowa caucus digital disaster prompted many of us to question the confusing and not-so-reliable system. Neighbors gathering in churches and libraries to convince...
The next session of the APR online course begins with an Orientation on Jan. 28 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern time. This course is invaluable to help you prepare for the APR exam. Participants in this course are PR and communications professionals from all over the country....
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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