GFW PRSA April Luncheon

Mentors play an important role in the Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) process, from encouraging members to seek APR to guiding candidates through to passing the exam. At the GFW PRSA luncheon on Wednesday, April 11, Malizy Scruggs, APR, media relations practice leader at The Starr Conspiracy and APR Chair of the Dallas PRSA Chapter, will talk about why APR matters, present case studies on the challenges associated with successfully mentoring candidates, and give examples of chapters who do mentoring right.

At the end of the presentation, candidates and potential mentors are invited to participate in a “Mentor Match” to begin building a strong mentorship program in our chapter.

When: April 11, 2018 11:00 am – 1:30 pm

Where: Colonial Country Club

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When in Nigeria…

As part of her Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship, FWPRSA’s advocacy chair, Amiso George, had the opportunity to give a workshop on “Understanding How Public Relations Can Enhance the Work of HR Managers,” to a variety of companies in Lagos, Nigeria! Thanks for representing FWPRSA all the way from Nigeria, Amiso!

PRSA Chapter Chat – Diversity & Inclusion

Be a part of the conversation! Join the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) on Thursday, August 24, at 2 p.m. CST, for their Chapters Chat on diversity & inclusion.

PR for Small Business

Brian Murnahan, FWPRSA’s treasurer & president of Murnahan Public Relations, wrote an article about the essentials of PR for small business in the July issue of FW Inc.! We’re proud to call you a member, Brian!

April 2017 Luncheon

APR April 12
“To succeed in the world of PR, it takes A PRo!”
April 12 – GFW PRSA April Luncheon Sponsor Logo

Sponsored by: Lemon Meetings & Events  

Learn about the world of becoming an APR when you join the PRSA Greater Fort Worth chapter on Wednesday, April 12, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

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During this month’s luncheon, you’ll learn how to profess what you know with the Accreditation in Public Relations (APR), which symbolizes distinction and demonstrates an experienced PR professional’s mastery of strategic communications and their personal and professional commitment to lifelong learning and ethical standards. We will hear the APR journey from some of our newest APRs and pin them recognizing this esteemed professional accomplishment.

Account executives from ROXO, TCU’s student-run advertising agency will also join us to share some of their top-notch campaigns from the past year.