PRSA-West Virginia Chapter
PO Box 13604
Charleston, WV 25360
Chartered on November 10, 1979, the West Virginia Chapter of PRSA is in its 35th year of service to public relations professionals in West Virginia, continuing with the energy and enthusiasm that have built and sustained this chapter. With over 100 members, the West Virginia Chapter of PRSA helps members become more valuable to their organizations and clients - and more successful professionally by:
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By Candice Holliday
By Amy McCallister-Ethel
As the 2015 regular session of the West Virginia Legislature mercifully winds toward a conclusion, I am reminded of the role public relations plays in our everyday lives. As PR practitioners, we crowd the meeting rooms and huddle in the Statehouse Rotunda to advocate for our employers and our clients, and in so doing help shape the business, political and social climates we live in....
This edition contains information on Jim Strawn's presentation on the benefits of volunteering, announcing winners of the 2014 East Central District Diamond Awards competition, preparing for our own Crystal Awards competition, and PRSA's free webinars in March. Additional stories provide details on the March 18 meeting with Stephen SMith on addressing child poverty in West Virginia, information on the 2015 Fox Trot for Parkinson's, plus a message from President Andy Wessels...
This edition contains information on January's presentation by Ann Ali and Kelly Merritt on the "brave new world" at the Statehouse, our upcoming participation in the March 21 "Fox Trot for Parkinson's," how to look back at 2014, preparations for the 2015 Crystal Awards program and free webinars in February. Other articles include the February meeting notice about Jim Strawn's presentation on volunteerism, new APR and new members at the January meeting, plus a message from President Andy Wessels...