Member spotlight: Lessa Peter

Lessa Peter, raised in Fairbanks, is Gwich’in Athabascan originally from Gwichyaa Zhee (Fort Yukon). Last August, she moved to Anchorage where she continues to work with Doyon, Limited as the corporation’s communications specialist and helps manage internal and...

Member spotlight: Carla Browning

Carla is in her 18th year at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) having served in various roles in the Office of University Relations, including public information officer, crisis communications, internal communications, institutional events, employee engagement,...

2018 PRSA Free Chapter Promo: Think Local. Think PRSA.

Having access to thousands of communications professionals through the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) is a wonderful thing, but there is also something special about being a part of something local. Join PRSA by April 30, 2018 and you will also receive a...

APR Study Group Meets March 2 – May 11

If you are ready to get your Accreditation in Public Relations (APR), there is a study group for you. The Alaska Chapter will host a weekly study group each Friday, March 2 – May 11. Current APRs and Fellows will lead the hour-long sessions. Each session will focus on...

PRSA Silver and Bronze Anvil Award Entries Now Open

PRSA awards honor outstanding contributions to the public relations profession. Consider entering your best work for a chance to earn recognition and become a part of public relations history. EARLY ENTRY DEADLINE ENDS FEBRUARY 9 For more information head HERE.   ...