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In the midst of responding to COVID-19, Alyeska Pipeline communicators faced a second crisis. The COVID comms effort had involved all hands on deck, yet suddenly there were two decks and no extra hands. This July 22 PRSA professional development webinar features a first-hand account of the circumstances and lessons from dual crisis communications efforts.
Community Insights: The need to know for Alaska communicators on Black Lives Matter The Alaska Chapter of PRSA is pleased to host Celeste Hodge Growden, Alaska Black Caucus - ABC president and Dr. Jocasta Olp, diversity lead for the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce for a...
Savvy and socially-aware consumers are prompting organizations to reexamine the causes they support and to consider the impact of sponsorships upon their brands. When traditional, iconic events and causes become controversial, how do smart organizations respond and...
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The latest PRSA Alaska Chapter monthly e-news bulletin highlights how PR pros lead and communicate through multiple challenges; how we recognize and assist eachother, strive to include one another, and how we encourage dialog on tough and enduring topics. Read the July 2020 edition of The PRSA Alaska Communicator today!
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Meet Diana Campbell, the Fairbank Native Association’s communications director. Homegrown and educated in Alaska’s Golden Heart City, Diana is a go-to contributor to FNA’s strategic planning, and head of all things communication and public relations. Read how this storyteller has taken advantage of PRSA training to hone her skills and and expand her professional network.
Meet Caitlin Frye, a Fairbanks woman who began an unintended communications career with the Alaska Dept. of Transportation & Public Facilities a few years ago. Shortly after joining the ADOT&PF’s Northern Region as its information officer, she joined PRSA, a move she credits with enhancing her skills and service.
The March 18 event has been postponed. We will provide further updates when available. Stay tuned!
Current job postings for communications professionals in Alaska.
The Director of Community Engagement will lead the effort to provide services and resources to the families and individuals of the Fairbanks community. This will include the implementation and direction of the Pathway of Hope (PoH) program, coordinating ongoing...
The Donor Relations Director (DRD) plays a key and integral role in the success of the Alaska Division’s fund development efforts, specifically through ongoing and proactive relationship management, strategic communications plans, gifts cultivation and solicitation...
The social media coordinator is responsible for developing and executing social media plans, campaigns and tactics in a manner that supports institutional marketing and public relations initiatives, particularly in the areas of student recruitment, engagement, public...