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Planning large gatherings and events in COVID-19

The head of the state’s Chronic Disease and Health Promotion section shares sources and tools to help make informed decisions about planning events and other large gatherings in an era of COVID-19 considerations. Join PRSA Alaska’s September virtual professional development presentation and discussion on Sept. 23.

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September 2020

This issue, our Alaska chapter acknowledges September as Ethics Month, and we tackle the topic with news about ethics e-learning opportunities and a member spotlight. Read the September issue to learn more about the importance of ethics in public relations, and how this translates to credibility in your individual career, and our industry as a whole.


Updates from chapter leadership, member news, opportunities, national trends and more.


Member Spotlight: Thomas McIntyre

Meet Thomas McIntyre, the skilled volunteer behind the PRSA Alaska chapter website. He is a senior culture and content strategist with Thompson & Co. Public Relations (T&C). He also leads T&C’s recently created division focused on amplifying Black, Indigenous, people of color (BIPOC) voices and tackling issues of inequality affecting marginalized groups. See what drives Thomas in this member spotlight…

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Member Spotlight: Sunny Guerin

Meet Sunny April Guerin, also known as Gishreenaii, which means sunshine in Gwich’in. She is a community relations specialist with GCI. Now residing in Anchorage, Sunny originally hails from a rural lifestyle along a trapline on the Salmon River, 100 miles from Chalkyitsik on the eastern side of Alaska.

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Current job postings for communications professionals in Alaska.


Communications Practitioner – Anchorage School District

The Communications Practitioner researches, writes, and edits media such as news releases, brochures, newsletters, and reports. The Practitioner communicates information and coordinates special events for Anchorage School District employees and the public. The...

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