Member Spotlight: Rochelle Adams

Rochelle Adams is a new PRSA Alaska member and recently joined First Alaskans Institute, a statewide Native non-profit, as the Indigenous communications manager. Rochelle is Gwich’in from the interior villages of Beaver and Fort Yukon. Her parents are Angela...

Aurora Awards Late Deadline Extended

The Aurora Awards and Awards of Excellence encourage professional public relations performance and technique and acknowledges exemplary work in the field. The Auroras honor comprehensive public relations campaigns that successfully communicate a message using a...

Letter from the President: It Takes a Pro

The month of April was APR month—a time when PRSA recognizes the many accredited professionals in our association. Earning the Accreditation in Public Relations means you have demonstrated a mastery of the public relations profession and are considered a leader in the...

Aurora Awards Application Window is Now Open

The Aurora Awards and Awards of Excellence encourage professional public relations performance and technique and acknowledges exemplary work in the field. The Auroras honor comprehensive public relations campaigns that successfully communicate a message using a...

Do you want to present at CommEx 2017?

The PRSA Alaska Chapter seeks speaker proposals for 2017 theme, “The Ethics Imperative.”    Are you ready to put your knowledge, experience, and best campaigns on the Alaska stage? Advance your professional development and enlighten your colleagues by answering the...

Letter from the President

We enter 2017 with much to celebrate. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Alaska chapter which was founded in 1976 by Bruce Pozzi with just ten members. Today we have grown to more than 200 — a testament to how much the public relations profession has grown in...