Member Spotlight: Katie Montanelli

Katie Montanelli is Athabascan and she grew up in King Salmon, Alaska, the Salmon capitol of world. The small fishing town jump-started her love for the outdoors as Katie’s best memories are camping, fishing, hiking, snow-machining and four-wheeling. Katie has worked...

Alaskan named to 2018 PRSA Board of Directors Nominees

Join us in congratulating our own Michelle Egan, APR Fellow PRSA, on her selection for the PRSA national board slate of officers. Not only are we proud of Michelle, but we are also happy to share her strategic and leadership skills with all members. She joins three...

Letter from the President: Diversity Month

August is PRSA diversity month, and diversity is the focus of this month’s professional development luncheons in Anchorage and Fairbanks. The Alaska Chapter has an active diversity committee currently chaired by Angela Gonzalez. The committee members are working to...

Letter from the President: The Ethics Imperative

This year’s CommEx conference theme, “The Ethics Imperative,” could not be more timely. Actions and commentary by high profile spokespersons in recent months including White House spokesperson, Sean Spicer, is not helping to build credibility or...
Member Spotlight:  Jenny Miller

Member Spotlight: Jenny Miller

Jenny Miller is a public relations specialist at Southcentral Foundation. She is also a visual and sonic artist, who specializes in photography. Jenny’s Inupiaq name is Wiagañmiu and she is originally from Nome, Alaska. She is a graduate of the University of...
40th Anniversary

40th Anniversary

2017 marks 40 years since PRSA Alaska was founded by Bruce Pozzi. Since then, our chapter has grown to almost 200 members, representing PR and communications pros from across the state. This fall, we’ll celebrate this milestone in conjunction with #CommEx. We look...