Entries by Hannah Lacamp

Thanks for Your Feedback!

Thank you for sharing your thoughts on our spring membership survey. Your insight was valuable as we plan a return to in-person programs. We received 50 responses from our members, and the majority indicated they are ready for in-person programs. You can review the full survey results via the links below: PRSA Spring Membership Survey […]

Last Month in PR || May/June 2021 NewsWorthy

A random and humorous roundup to remind you how hard it is to get this job right—and how easy it is to get it wrong. Written by Jeff Rodriguez. The reviews are in: The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), hosts of the Golden Globe film awards, is embroiled in a dramatic story of its own. The […]

Last Month in PR || April 2021 NewsWorthy

A light-hearted and incomplete roundup of PR hits and misses from recent weeks. Our only agenda is to remind everyone how hard it is to do PR well—and how easy it is to get it wrong. Written by Jeff Rodriguez. GEORGIA ON THEIR MINDS: Several corporations, including Coca-Cola, have plunged into national politics, speaking out against […]

Last Month In PR || March 2021 NewsWorthy

A light-hearted and incomplete roundup of PR hits and misses from recent weeks. Our only agenda is to remind everyone how hard it is to do PR well—and how easy it is to get it wrong. Written by Jeff Rodriguez.  CLEANUP IN THE PRODUCE SECTION: After a Trader Joe’s worker wrote to the corporate office asking […]

Shoring Up the Base

Another photo-op idea that was all washed up Written by: Jeff Rodriguez, Historian They say a picture is worth—oh, never mind, you know that bit. This month’s column is not about the value of a great picture, but about the cost of a bad one. That’s what happened on January 9, 1971, when President Nixon […]