Consider earning communications professional credential

April is APR month. In the world of communication professionals, the Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) is a credential earned by public relations and communication practitioners who commit to the profession through ethical practices and sound judgment, strategic...

The Ethics of Competition

One of the three PRSA Code of Ethics provisions I will highlight this year is about fair competition for PR work. PRSA’s Core Principle states: Promoting healthy and fair competition among professionals preserves an ethical climate while fostering a robust business...

PRSA Alaska Chapter Member Lincoln Garrick Earns APR

Lincoln Garrick, president at Up All Night Consulting in Anchorage has successfully completed the Examination for Accreditation in Public Relations. The Accreditation program aims to improve the practice of public relations by assessing competence in 60 areas of...

PRSA 2018 International Conference

This year, the PRSA 2018 International Conference converged October 7-9 in Austin, Texas. Many PRSA Alaska Chapter members played a key role during the annual event. During the PRSA National Assembly, the chapter’s two assembly delegates, Heather Cavanaugh and Kirsten...

Chapter members win UAA alumni awards

The University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) Office of Alumni Relations and the UAA Alumni Association have announced the winners of three 2018 Alumni of Distinction awards — two PRSA Alaska Chapter members are among the winners. Honors will be presented during the...