PRSA Perspectives News and Notes from the Central Ohio Chapter of PRSA

Chapter Members Inducted into PRSA College of Fellows

By , July 28th, 2016

On Thursday, July 21, PRSA announced the election of 23 new members into the organization’s prestigious College of Fellows, an honorary organization within PRSA comprised of more than 350 senior practitioners and educators, each of whom has left a significant footprint on the public relations profession. Two members and past presidents of the Central Ohio Chapter were […]

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Action Item: Strategic plan survey for chapter members & PR professionals

Erin Maggied
By , November 12th, 2015

The PRSA Central Ohio Chapter’s policy is to develop a new strategic plan (2017-2019) every three years to help guide resources of the chapter for programming, membership events, awards and recognition and more!  This fall, the chapter is working with a communication research class at Ohio University-Lancaster to conduct quantitative research of the chapter membership […]

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Setting and Achieving the APR Goal

By , October 14th, 2015

For a few years now, achieving the APR credential has been a goal of mine. I originally started studying after I received my master’s degree, figuring I was already in study mode from school. Unfortunately, life got in the way and that goal was put on hold. Fast forward to 2015—I go into study mode […]

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Central Ohio Chapter and East Central District Represented at PRSA Leadership Rally

Last month, PRSA’s national office held the annual Leadership Rally for incoming chapter and district leaders in New York City. Central Ohio Chapter members M.J. Clark, APR, representing the East Central District in place of Sarah Bednarski, and Vice President of Membership Beth Watkins, representing the chapter in place of President-Elect John Palmer, were pleased […]

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5 PR Criminals Invading Your Company and How to Avoid Them

Lisa Arledge Powell, President, MediaSource

With the rise of the public relations trend, brand journalism, PR departments are becoming infiltrated with a new type of offender – people who commit media misdemeanors and content crimes and sabotage your brand journalism efforts. Meet the criminals you don’t want to ever become. Here are the 5 most common culprits and how you […]

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