Put a face to a name or become better acquainted with the PRSA community. Check out the “Meet Our Members” page, each month, and hear about the professional experiences and PRSA-supported achievements of some of our most engaged members.Read past Member Spotlights
Geri Allen is manager, corporate and brand communications, Pepperidge Farm. She provides editorial management and content for PF Forum, manages the company Twitter handle and works on social media initiatives. Allen is also on the Marketing Review Board and is a member of the Social Media Advisory Council. Read More
Mason Moore directs Fry Hammond Barr’s team of public relations professionals, calling on more than twelve years of marketing experience in financial, real estate, travel and tourism, marine, health care, and nonprofit businesses. Moore has a diverse background in marketing, advertising and public relations, with experience in both agency and corporate marketing. As director of public relations for Fry Hammond Barr, Moore also brings expertise in strategic planning, event planning, promotions, media relations, community relations, social media management and crisis communications to the organization. Read More
Jamie Meredith, Independent Practitioners Alliance (IPA) immediate past chair, realized her dream of successfully owning her own public relations consultancy, The Meredith Group, Inc., in 2005, and found that PRSA’s “networking and professional development was helpful for taking [her] experience to the next level in terms of business."
In building her business, Meredith noted her active engagement with fellow PRSA members from both the IPA Section and National Capitol Chapter, which helped expand her knowledge of the current industry landscape and burgeoning trends, such as social media. Read More
Learning by doing is part of the challenge of social media. For Trey Campbell, APR, director of communications at The Southwestern Company, of all his volunteering experiences, becoming involved with PRSA’s social media “has had the most profound effect.”
“I often view the LinkedIn dialogues that take place to see other perspectives about a particular issue,” said Campbell, who also helped start a PRSA Nashville Chapter Twitter account and Facebook page. Read More
Ready to make PRSA a bigger part of your professional success story? Volunteer, and you too, can expand your professional network, give back to the profession, and have your voice heard. PRSA has volunteer opportunities at both the local and the national level. Get involved today! Read More Spotlights.
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