This week, we welcome Prosper Portland’s Senior Communications Coordinator Anne Mangan and Communications & Engagement Manager Shawn Uhlman. They share their Merit Award-winning Small Business Relief Campaign, which was launched last year at the start of the pandemic.
This month’s event with Oregon Public Broadcasting is sure to bring additional opportunities and tips to consider, not to mention even more optimism. That’s because public media is experiencing a renaissance amidst the chaos, and our local station has become a model amongst its peers.
Join us from noon to 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 18, for our first (virtual) Media FAM Tour of the year, featuring The Oregonian.
Thought leadership requires a point of view, not just an opinion.
What’s trending on PRsay right now? In a word: diversity. Here are some of the most recent posts from the blog.
If you’ve ever thought about joining the Public Relations Society of America, now is a great time! For the rest of February, PRSA is offering FREE Chapter Membership (come join us at PRSA Oregon!) plus a waived initiation or reinstatement fee.
PRSA Oregon is hosting “Corporate Culture: Coast to Coast,” a three-part workshop series to shape your corporate culture with employee engagement, enhanced performance and psychological safety.
Are you curious about the APR and what it takes to earn it? PRSA Oregon will be hosting a free informational meeting about accreditation from 9 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 2.
Join Michael Jonas, owner and principal attorney of Rational Unicorn Legal Services PC, for a free “Business and Intellectual Property Law for PR Professionals” webinar from noon to 1 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 22.
The PRSA Oregon chapter is excited to announce that we are now accepting speaker submissions for our virtual Communicators Conference happening Friday, May 14, 2021.