With over 170 members in and around Tarrant County, the Greater Fort Worth Chapter of the PRSA is a great place for networking, career development and fellowship in a friendly and supportive environment. Our members come from the corporate, public, non-profit and agency sectors to create an organization serving as the area’s most prestigious public relations network.
Proposed Bylaw Change to Allow Non-APRs on PRSA Board of Directors
Members from across the U.S. will attend PRSA’s 2014 National Leadership Assembly on Saturday, October 11 in Washington, D.C. to discuss the State of the Society and issues facing our organization. Among the discussion items are proposals that would amend the bylaws to allow non-APR PRSA members on the Board of Directors. Read on…
2014 Professional Development Luncheon
In this half-day session on Oct. 8, Arik Hanson, seasoned PR counselor and content marketer with almost 20 years experience, talks about why today’s branded content is less than stellar and how PR pros can remedy the situation. This seminar will be held from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. with a luncheon to follow from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
PRSA 2014 Southwest District Conference
Don’t Rely on Gris Gris, Potions and Charms! The Baton Rouge chapter of the Public Relations Society of America presents the 2014 PRSA Southwest District Conference. The conference, sure to inspire and leave a lasting impression, will take place October 29-30, 2014 at the Hilton Downtown Baton Rouge Capitol Center, with an optional excursion to New Orleans on October 31.
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Written an interesting article that’s applicable to those in the public relations industry? Share it with your colleagues by posting it on the GFW PRSA blog. Just click here to access the submission form, fill in the blanks and press submit. Easy as pie.
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