May Program Presentation: How Public Relations Practitioners Can Help Organizations Adapt to COVID-19
Click here for our latest virtual program from this month’s presenter – Julie O’Neil: PRSA COVID 19 Presentation O’Neil.
#FWPRSA: Due to the latest COVID-19 developments, the following changes have been made to the chapter’s upcoming events:
• March 19: GFW PRSA Health Care Special Interest Group meeting – postponed
• March 26: PR After Dark Happy Hour – postponed
• April 1: PRSA April luncheon – will be turned into a virtual event. Watch for details.
• May 6: PRSA May Luncheon – will be turned into a virtual event. Watch for details.
We are thinking of you & your teams and feel that keeping this group of PR professionals in contact will be beneficial as we all navigate this unprecedented time.
Newsletters remain among the most common communication tactics. Whether printed or digital, they’re often a significant element of an organization’s overall strategy. Newsletters can provide a way to share information directly with priority audiences, but only if they’re being read. Is your newsletter keeping up with changing reading habits in a social media age?
Join us on November 13 to hear from Kristie Aylett, APR, Fellow PRSA, who will help attendees:
When: Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 11:30 A.M. – 1:00 P.M.
Where: Colonial Country Club
You are invited to join the Greater Fort Worth Chapter of PRSA on October 9 for our professional development program.
Spend the morning learning the elite action steps of ultra-performers – men and women who find a way to get the job done with the current resources available – with author, leadership speaker and U.S. Olympian Johnny Quinn. Johnny will translate methods for productivity, performance and perseverance that he developed in the Olympics and professional football to help you and those in your organization train to become an ultra-performer in the workplace.
Following the morning session, Johnny will clearly lay out a plan to develop a champion mindset to give you and your team the ability to adapt to change and come out ahead of the competition.
8 a.m. – Registration/Networking
8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. – “Think Like an Olympian” program featuring Johnny Quinn
11:30 a.m.-12 p.m. – Luncheon registration/networking
12 p.m.-1 p.m. – Annual Membership Meeting and “Championship Mindset” luncheon presentation featuring Johnny Quinn
***** Notice of Annual Membership Meeting of Fort Worth PRSA *****
During the annual membership meeting portion of the luncheon, members will vote on the slate of the officers compiled by the Nominations Committee for the 2020 Greater Fort Worth Chapter. (Please note: The full slate will be released prior to the meeting.)
Morning Program Only – $70.00 (all registrants)
Morning Program and Luncheon – $80.00 (all registrants)
Luncheon Only – $30.00 (members), $35.00 (national members), $35.00 (non-members), $20.00 (students)
Two high-profile crises – the Jacqueline Craig incident and the uproar over SB4 – motivated the City of Fort Worth to assemble a task force and launch the Race and Culture Initiative in August 2017. The 18-month effort required a sustained community engagement and communications strategy.
Hear from Michelle Gutt, the City of Fort Worth’s communications chief, Bob Ray Sanders, a member of the City’s Race and Culture Task Force, and Estrus Tucker, lead consultant, as they share insights on the Race and Culture Initiative from a communications perspective.
When: Wednesday, August 14, 2019, 11:30 A.M. – 1:00 P.M.
Where: Colonial Country Club