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What It Means to Be #PRoud: Celebrating Diverse Voices in Public Relations

As the vice president of events and fundraising, I oversee the Regional Conferences that PRSSA endorses each spring. While attending the events in Boston and Chicago as the official delegate from the National Committee, I’m grateful to have taken part in conversations about covering, bringing your most authentic self to work, and educating people of […]

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Celebrating Black Public Relations History [National Conference 2018 Session Recap]

Session: Celebrating Black Public Relations History Presenter: Lori George Billingsley, The Coca-Cola Company, Neil Foote, National Black Public Relations Society, David Brown, Temple University Klein College of Media and Communication Moderator: Rochelle Ford, Ph.D., APR, Elon University Recap: The overarching theme of this session was viewing the intersectionality of who we are and not being ashamed of […]

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LA DIVERSIDAD EN RELACIONES PÚBLICAS: ADAPTARNOS A UN MUNDO QUE NO PARA DE CAMBIAR

Hoy en día, el mundo está dividido en distintos países a las que pertenece cada individuo, donde en su mayoría no se habla un mismo idioma y no se comparten  las mismas tradiciones. Dentro de estas naciones existe un sentido de los que la habitan que actúa con la finalidad de integrarse, normalmente hacia un idioma […]

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What Diversity Officers Want You to Know About Your On-Campus Resource

Looking for a Diversity Month speaker for your Chapter? Need resources for a workshop? As Chapters begin prepping to celebrate the countless number of things that make our members unique, some may be finding themselves at a loss for where to start. The Office of Diversity and Inclusion, a blanket term for the variety of […]

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Diversidad dentro de las Relaciones Públicas en Argentina

Si hay algo que define mayormente a la Argentina es su diversidad, ya sea tanto en sentido geográfico como cultural. Culturalmente en mi país, uno puede encontrar una gran cantidad de diferentes formas de ser, vivir y pensar entre las personas. Hablando sobre la profesión de las Relaciones Públicas, se puede decir que esta profesión, […]

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The More the Merrier: Multiculturalism on a Global Stage

Brand representation is rapidly changing. The audience and its expectations are diverse as ever and with that, the industry of public relations is rising to the task with a workforce that is as diverse as its audience. However, when it comes to reaching a modern audience, is it more important to see different cultures as […]

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Learning How to C.A.R.E. [National Assembly Recap]

Session: Welcome Reception Presenter: Karith Foster, Founder, The Foster Russell Family Foundation, and CEO, Stereotyped 101, Inc. LLC Recap: Diversity can be a tough topic to talk about, but Stereotyped 101, Inc. LLC CEO Karith Foster doesn’t think it should be boring or painful. She coined the term “inversity,” which is a modern twist on […]

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Recap and Reflection: Ketchum Student Diversity and Inclusion Workshop

On Oct. 10, Ketchum’s Washington, D.C. office hosted a student-targeted panel discussion on diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the field of public relations. The featured speakers were Sharon V. Jones, senior vice president, director of human resources and director of diversity and inclusion at Ketchum; Dianne R. Johnson, MPH, vice president of marketing and communications […]

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August Twitter Chat Recap — Joining the Multicultural Workforce

Thank you to everyone who participated in our August 2016 Twitter chat. Specifically, we’d like to thank our co-hosts, Vice President of Advocacy Andrew Cook  (tweeting from @adcook22) and Vice President of Public Relations Josh Lachica (tweeting from the @PRSSANational account) for guiding the conversation. Please be on the lookout for the next Twitter chat! [View […]

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