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April 2023

The April issue highlights a continuing commitment to DEI efforts, including a member survey, language translation, and two of three local professional development (PD) programs in April focuses on DEI (establishing a DEI initiative and inclusive storytelling). The...

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November 2022

This edition of the chapter e-bulletin showcases what make our chapter something special. We excel in recognition — honoring our members’ best work with annual Aurora Awards, celebrating our own Sage Award winner, spotlighting a member and welcoming new members.

October 2022

This edition of the chapter e-bulletin highlights PRSA's October focus on diversity and inclusion within news in the president's message, the regular Dena'ina language translation, and the chapter’s webinar topic on Indigenous storytelling. We spotlight a member who...

September 2022

This edition of the chapter’s e-news tackles ethics, the official topic of PRSA for September. It offers a heads up on professional development opportunities, including webinars on combatting mis/dis information, cultural tourism, and member savings for ICON...

August 2022

This edition of the chapter’s e-news underscores the importance of school and life learning, as well as celebrating milestones. On the professional milestone front, we announce when and where the 2022 Aurora Awards celebration will happen. On the cultural milestone front, we proudly adopt a Land Acknowledgement statement (read it!) and remind readers about August cultural holidays honoring the world’s Indigenous people, and celebrating women’s equality. Read how an active PRSA chapter volunteer formed lasting relationships that promote her career growth. Finally, take advantage of member and early discounts for ICON, and welcome two new PR/communications pros to PRSA Alaska.

July 2022

This edition of the chapter’s e-news bulletin reminds us that being a member of PRSA Alaska is being part of something special. Discover how we embrace diversity and promote inclusion. Read how PRSA helped a journalist transition to public relations. Learn how to tie PR activities into business goals. Broaden your connections with fun and creative volunteer opportunities. Remember to get recognized for your good work. And, help welcome a new PR/communications pro into our supportive fold.