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January 2023

The January e-news bulletin kicks off the new year with resolve. We ask members to consider a leadership path, with volunteer opportunities, introduction to 2023 chapter leaders, and a salute to an Alaska leader at the helm of PRSA national. We salute ethics done...

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April 2022

This edition of the chapter’s e-news bulletin tells stories that remind us of a calling to inspire and influence (president’s message) and to do so with integrity (IRL code lesson). One tale tells of courage and confidence to start something new (member spotlight). Other stories describe ways to skill-build and strive through local webinars (April program), in-person gatherings (section conferences), volunteer opportunities (award judging), accreditation and celebration (APR month and achievement).

March 2022

In a nod to the pending spring, this edition of the chapter’s e-bulletin salutes a renewal of commitment to professional growth – from great reasons to join PRSA, to a timely (TikTok) lunch learning program, to an array of chapter volunteer opportunities. Plus there’s always a healthy dose of recognition, including sponsor appreciation, a member spotlight, new member welcome, and a salute to PRSA’s 75th anniversary.

February 2022

This edition of the chapter’s e-bulletin is focused on diversity, recognition and development. Discover ways to celebrate Black History Month, engage in diversity dialog, and learn a Dena’ina term. Recognition comes by way of congratulations for the newly credentialed, introduction to new members, remembrance of a long-time supporter, and appreciation for a renewing sponsor. Plus, get a first peak at February’s professional development program, and a reminder on our APR webinar.

January 2022

This edition of the chapter’s e-bulletin sets the tone for a new year in which PRSA begins celebrating its 75th anniversary. Be inspired by messages from the helm, and discover who’s who among our chapter leaders. Be enriched by diversity and inclusion information, and help with accreditation. On the recognition front, we shine a spotlight on two members, share Anvil Award deadlines, and welcome our newest members.

December 2021

This edition of the chapter’s e-bulletin concludes the year with a final message from the 2021 chapter president, a recap of our national PRSA’s 2022 chair-elect celebration, a reminder to join the last professional development program of the year, a welcome to our newest members, and more stories in line with our newly adopted D&I statement. Read the December 2021 edition of The PRSA Alaska Communicator.