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To All Incoming PRSSA Presidents

To All Incoming PRSSA Presidents, I didn’t decide to run for President of my Chapter until the deadline to submit our names to the ballot — but I am so glad that I did and have had the opportunity to lead my Chapter this year. I have grown so much because of this role and […]

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Lessons on Leading: A Perspective From the 2015 Leadership Rally

On a Friday morning in May, I stepped onto a plane in Memphis, Tenn. bound to Phoenix, Ariz. in an effort to learn more about leadership. I was headed to attend the PRSSA 2015 Leadership Rally in Scottsdale, Ariz. I was fortunate enough to be among the 100 plus incoming Chapter presidents in attendance. As […]

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Following the Leaders: Six Takeaways from the PRSSA 2013 Leadership Rally

The stage is now set for the incoming and continuing leaders of PRSSA to lead their Chapters with opportunities and excitement galore. As approximately 80 students retreated to Chaparral Suites from May 31-June 2 in Scottsdale, Ariz., for a weekend of knowledge and community spirit—and I, a Scottsdale native, just drove up the street—we gained […]

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PRSSA 2013 Leadership Rally Recap

We want to thank everyone who attended this year’s Leadership Rally in Scottsdale, Arizona. If you were unable to attend, here are a few of the highlights from the event!   [View the story “PRSSA Leadership Rally Recap” on Storify] If were at Leadership Rally, be on the lookout for a survey about the event to fill […]

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PRSSA Leadership Rally

The following is a guest post from Alyssa Bronikowski, PRSSA Chapter President at DePaul University. She is also a blogger and you can find her blog, “PR Thoughts From An Undergrad,” here. Last week, PRSSA Chapter Presidents and executive board representatives traveled to sunny Scottsdale, Arizona, to attend the 2nd Annual PRSSA Leadership Rally. The […]

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