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Turning Vision into Reality


We are almost halfway through 2019. How are those New Year’s resolutions coming along? Are you on your way to achieving your vision for the future?

Spring is the perfect time to give your professional and personal aspirations a boost. Join PRSA Maryland on Thursday, May 9, for a powerful, entertaining, interactive event designed to help  turn your vision into reality.

During this workshop, you will

  • Pick up three tools to help you create and achieve your vision
  • Gain greater clarity for all areas of your life
  • DIscover how to increase your prosperity while staying in harmony with your highest values
  • Learn ways to tame your fears and negative self-talk to move with greater confidence toward your goals – and become a better person and employee

With creative activities and laughter, Certified Life Mastery Consultants Theresa Wyatt and Nancy Pritchard will help you take the steps toward living a life you want.

Thursday, May 9
11:30 – Registration
Noon-1:30 – Program

Erickson Living
701 Maiden Choice Lane
Catonsville, MD

Buffet lunch will be served.

Registration opening soon!

About our presenters:

Theresa Wyatt is passionate about helping people build their dreams.  She uses evocative coaching to help people achieve dreams in all areas of their lives. As a Certified Life Mastery Consultant, Theresa offers weekly programs and services to individuals and groups. Through vision workshops and presentations, Theresa increases participants’ awareness of their unique visions and some of the steps to help them move toward that vision with clarity, confidence and consistent results. If you’re ready to gain greater clarity in your personal vision, to be empowered with confidence, and to achieve positively amazing results, Theresa can help you bring your vision to life. 

Nancy Pritchard (Pritchard Life Mastery Consulting) plans to spend the rest of her life following her passion, and she invites clients and workshop participants to do the same.  As a Certified Life Mastery Consultant, Nancy’s corporate mission is to ‘Launch 10,000 Visions.’ As a speaker and trainer in the Mid-Atlantic area, Nancy’s vision workshops help people to break through limitations and to achieve greater results than they’ve known before. If you’re looking to gain clarity, confidence and achieve your next level of success, Nancy can help to get you there.


Morning with WBAL-TV

This time, we’re heading over to WBAL-TV to meet with key staff including president and general manager Dan Joerres, news director Tim Tunison and assignment manager Jessica Rahn. A short tour will follow the presentation.

Tuesday, April 3

8:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.: Registration & Networking
8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.: Program immediately followed by tour

3800 Hooper Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21211

Investment: PRSA members $20; Guests $35
Fee includes light breakfast.
*no refunds after 4/19/19. Registrations are transferable

Dan Joerres
President & General Manager

Jessica Rahn
Assignment Manager

Tim Tunison
News Director

We are having issues with our on-line registration right now (don’t you just love technology?) We are attempting to fix the issue but in the meantime, if you’d like to attend, please email us at info@prsamd.org and we’ll follow-up with you.

Recap of Morning With The Baltimore Sun

At PRSA Maryland’s Morning With The Baltimore Sun on February 7th, key staff shared how decisions are made regarding content – unique pitches, subject lines, and best time of day to share story ideas are just a few of those covered. Attendees learned about the analytics that go into editorial planning and how staff use real-time findings to determine placements in the shifting landscape of print versus digital.  

After the panel, attendees had the opportunity to ask additional questions, meet the staff, and see the facilities. Check out pictures and video below.

A special thanks to our event sponsor Strategic Factory for providing our morning coffee and more.

Morning with the Baltimore Sun

Online registration is closed. There are limited seats left. Please contact us at info@prsamd.org for availability.

Join us on Thursday, February 7, for a visit to The Baltimore Sun. The morning will include a panel discussion with key Baltimore Sun staff followed by an optional tour of the new office and printing space. Scheduled panelists include …

  • Kalani Gordon, Digital Products Editor
  • Trif Alatzas, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief
  • Anne Tallent, Director of Content/News
  • Chris Dinsmore, Senior Editor Business & Health
  • Rachel Mull, Senior Features Content Editor
  • James Joyner, Content Editor
  • Andrew Green, Editorial Page Editor
  • Sara Maniatty, Events Manager
  • Sharon Nevins, Vice President of Advertising

8 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. – Registration and Networking Breakfast
8:30 a.m. – 10 a.m. – Panel
10 a.m. – Optional Tours of the new office and printing space

The Baltimore Sun
300 E. Cromwell Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21230

Parking info:
The Sun Park address is 300 E. Cromwell  Street, Baltimore, MD 21230. Please note when using a navigation system, it may direct you to the rear entrance of Sun Park when using our mailing address. In order to avoid this, you can use 225 E. Cromwell Street. This address is across the street from Sun Park’s front entrance, so be aware that Sun Park will be on the opposite side from where the navigation program takes you.

The security guard at the gate will have your name. You are welcome to park in the lots to your right once you drive through the security gate. Once you walk towards the building, walk through the white gate and turn to the right. Follow the sidewalk until you get to the main entrance.

Just $20 for PRSA members and $35 for guests.

Fee includes light breakfast courtesy of our event sponsor …


Create Contagious Engagement from the Inside Out

Online registration is closed. There are limited seats available. Please send an email to info@prsamd.org for availability.

In the era of social media, vlogging, and product reviews, organizations are well aware that the world is watching. Focused on how they present externally, organizations overlook a key internal communications resource—employees as chief brand evangelists. Learn how to create contagious engagement starting with your workforce and spilling over to your customers. The workshop will discuss how to expand your reach and grow your brand from the inside out.

Learning Objectives:

1) Learn why an employees first, customers second branding strategy will benefit your organization. See how effective branding requires that your employees, have a complete understanding of, and ability to deliver on, your brand promise.

2) Decipher best practices for building chief brand evangelists internally. Discover how to create contagious engagements, activating your workforce and spilling over to your customers.  

3) Discover how to expand your reach and grow your brand from the inside out. Build an actionable, take-home toolbox of tips and tactics that can help your organization successfully create contagious engagements using new and existing internal programs such as onboarding, all-hands meetings, intranets, social media, and leadership development to amplify brand awareness.

Time: 12 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Girl Scouts of Central Maryland
4806 Seton Drive
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
There is off-street parking

Just $15 for PRSA Members and $30 for guests.

This is a BYOL event. You bring your lunch and we’ll provide drinks and cookies!

A special thanks to our venue and cookie sponsor …

About our presenters:

Kanika M. Watson, MPM
Results-oriented communications strategist, executive coach, and diversity consultant skilled in the design and execution of award-winning campaigns. A big-picture strategist with 20 years of experience building and delivering strategic communications infrastructure, programs, and high-performing teams to advance leading priorities for the federal government, non-profit organizations, and global corporate clients. A key advisor on various multicultural and diversity and inclusion programs. Read full bio.

Rashanda Webber
An award-winning, performance-driven communications strategist, executive advisor, and diversity consultant. A creative problem-solver, with 20 years of proven experience advancing leading priorities for the federal government, non-profit organizations, and private industry. Expertise includes employee feedback and engagement, culture/change communications, professional development coaching, and diversity and inclusion. Read full bio.

Thank You to Our Chapter Sponsors

Thank You to Our Chapter Sponsors