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The Public Relations Society of America Maryland Chapter (PRSA-MD) has named its 2015 Board of Directors.  The newly elected board consists of:



  • Kelly Stoll, Manager-Events & Conferences, AECOM


Assembly Delegates

“We are honored to serve as co-presidents and work with this new board and our dedicated volunteers to grow PRSA’s Maryland chapter and ensure that it continues to serve as a resource and networking forum for Baltimore’s public relations community,” said Harrison and Davis, who previously was the chapter’s president in 1998 and 1999.

Each year, PRSA-MD installs a new board of directors and pool of member volunteers that strives to organize and manage the chapter’s programs and services targeted at its 300 members and peers.

“The leadership of this year’s board will be invaluable, and we welcome each member’s experience and guidance to help move our chapter forward,” said Peggy Hoffman, CAE, the association manager for PRSA-MD. “As a volunteer-led organization, our members drive the chapter’s programming and key services such as our mentoring program and outreach to student chapters. PRSA Maryland offers many small and larger ways to engage our volunteers and we invite PR pros to contact us and get involved.”

PRSA-MD is one of 10 chapters in the mid-Atlantic district to be led by a local volunteer board. Electronic voting for the 2015 Board of Directors concluded on April 15.

About PRSA Maryland

Formed in 1961, PRSA-MD brings together local leaders in public relations and communications from all practice areas (individual practitioners, businesses, nonprofits, agencies and government). With an organizational vision to unify, strengthen and advance the profession, PRSA-MD helps to build value and demand for public relations and communications. PRSA-MD is the hub for local PR and communications pros to make contacts, gain recognition for work through our awards programs, and sharpen skills by keeping abreast of emerging trends or through volunteer opportunities with the chapter.

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