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Leadership

Every year, dedicated volunteers step forward to participate in PRSA's Leadership to make a difference in our Society and the public relations profession.   Become more involved in your profession by serving as an elected officer or by volunteering.   These opportunities include PRSA's:

  • National Board of Directors,which has overall responsibility for the strategic direction and oversight of the organization.
  • National Committees, which work on a wide variety of subjects and initiatives of interest to the professional and to further the goals of the Society.
  • Section Council, which represents each of our 14 Professional Interest Sections, convene to share best practices and develop value for these communities.
  • Chapter Leadership, representing each of our 110 local Chapter member organizations.
  • District Leadership, representing chapters grouped regionally.
  • PRSA honors its Members Emeriti, a group of professionals who have served PRSA for over 50 years

PRSA salutes the Past Presidents/Chairs who have led PRSA.

2010 PRSA Leadership Assembly Presentation: Defining the Role of the Public Relations Professional of the Future.

Leadership Materials

 
 

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