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Upcoming Events

27th Annual Ev Clay/PRSA Miami Chapter Endowment Fund Luncheon
Presented by Wells Fargo
September 19, 2014
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Jungle Island
1111 Parrot Jungle Trail
Miami, FL 33132
http://www.jungleisland.com
 
 

 

Welcome to PRSA Miami

With more than 200 members, the PRSA Miami chapter has grown to become the pre-eminent public relations organization in Miami-Dade County and has always enjoyed an outstanding reputation in the PRSA world for the strength of its chapter management and the quality of its programs. PRSA Miami offers members the opportunity to learn, network, develop leadership skills, and advance professionally in an atmosphere of good comradeship.

PRSA Miami has a membership that is more diverse than any other PRSA chapter. Our approach to building a membership base that reflects the composition of our community has won the chapter PRSA national diversity awards and inspired creation of PRSA's national diversity toolkit.

We invite you to become an active member of our chapter and learn more about joining, our events and leadership opportunities. If you are interested in joining a committee, please contact Connie Crowther, President at President@prsamiami.org

Latest Blog Post from PRSA Miami

Nathalie Romero, APR

 

Nathalie Romero, APR, shares seven tips for becoming a "go-to" public relations professional picked up at PRSA Miami's February professional development event.

Good media relations is engrained into what public relations practitioners do every day. Our relationship with press is vital to the success our clients entrust us to deliver, but the ever-changing media landscape is making it a little bit harder for us to get a handle of which journalists are working where, who prefers what pitch method – all while monitoring the 24-hour news cycle.

During PRSA Miami’s February professional development event... [Continue reading]

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