Public Affairs and Government Section
The Public Affairs and Government (PAG) Section is made up of more than 1,000 communication and public relations practitioners who serve all levels of government and branches of the military, as well as those at counseling firms, corporations and associations who are responsible for communicating with various audiences on public policy or public safety issues.
Through in-person and virtual opportunities, newsletters and more, the PAG Section offers training and resources to help you to increase your skills and make new contacts to build your career as a public affairs/government professional.
PRSA Storytellers: Stay Humble and Keep Your Head Down: A Conversation on Ethics Like None Other
Sep 21, 2021 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.Join this webinar to hear how a relentless commitment to ethics and transparency continues to make a difference in the lives and health of communities.
IPA 5th Annual VirtuCon: The Business of the Business
Sep 22, 2021 12:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.Join us to hear first-hand from experts who can answer your questions and allay your fears. Explore “the business of the business” – working ON your business instead of IN it.
Diverse Dialogues: Increasing Hispanic Representation in the PR Industry
Sep 29, 2021 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, key Hispanic leaders and stakeholders in the PR industry will come together to showcase initiatives and programs aimed at increasing Hispanic representation within the profession and how agencies, corporations & nonprofits can get involved.
Why Diversity, Equality and Inclusion MatterA panel of Public Affairs and Human Capital professionals will talk about building bridges between the offices and how they communicate their efforts.
7 Phrases to Eliminate From Your Presentations Right Now
Jul. 17, 2019
So if you want to keep people from tuning out (or heading for the nearest exit), then eliminate these phrases from your talk.
Taking Small Steps Toward That Ultimate Goal
Jul. 17, 2019The circumstances that inspire PR professionals to start independent practices are often as varied as the professionals themselves.