Happy New Year and welcome to the 2021 programming year. I trust that your holiday celebrations were great and that you and your families are well and are staying safe. Thank you for being a member of PRSA MD. We so appreciate you engaging in our great profession by...
Building Bridges Join your fellow Section members on Tuesday, Jan. 19 at 4 p.m. EST for the Public Affairs and Government Section’s first webinar of 2021, Why Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Matter: The Human Capital and Public Affairs Connection to Building the...
APRPREP is a professional development program designed to prepare professionals for Accreditation in Public Relations. Orientation for the Spring 2021 semester of the online study course is scheduled for Tuesday, 1/26/21 at 8 p.m. EST. The course is self-paced and...
Statement from PRSA 2021 National Chair Michelle Olson, APR: There Is Strength In Our Unity Dear Member: As communications professionals, we take pride in our ability to know what to say, and when and how to say it. But my head and heart are hurting today and I’m...
BALTIMORE (12/17/2020)— The Public Relations Society of America Maryland Chapter (PRSA Maryland), the leading organization serving communications and public relations professionals in central Maryland, has announced its 2021 president, executive committee, and board...
The Public Relations Society of America Maryland Chapter bestowed 47 Best in Maryland (BIM) awards in 26 categories, including a new COVID-19 category, as well as five professional awards during a virtual gala and awards show held on December 10, 2020. For the second...
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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