Stay up to date with what is happening with the PRSA Alaska Chapter.
Meet Josh Edge, media relations specialist for GCI. He says PRSA’s network of pros, resources and learning opportunities has helped him make a smooth transition from journalism to public relations over the past five years. The curiosity and connections that fuel his career also translate to professional development ideas that he shares as a member of the chapter’s programming committee.
Meet Rachel Bylsma, external affairs manager for the Alaska Oil and Gas Association, a professional trade association fostering the long-term viability of the oil and gas industry in Alaska. A veteran of state and federal government relations, she’s new to PRSA.
Meet Elizabeth “Beth” Anne Rue, marketing and communications manager for NANA, an Alaska Native regional corporation. This homegrown talent has long leveraged connections and learning from her involvement in PRSA and PRSSA. As chapter president this year, she gives back in a big way to the organization she’s gained so much from.
Meet Cassi Campbell, senior account executive with Blueprint Alaska, a public affairs agency specializing in advocacy and strategy. This homegrown talent brings to the table solid education credentials and deep roots within Alaska’s southcentral communities. Read how PRSA membership helps her build professional skills and networks.
Meet Alice Rademacher, an Anchorage-based strategic communications coordinator for HDR, a firm specializing in engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services. She leverages an education in environmental studies to serve internal and client communications needs.
Meet Gina Romero, director of public relations for Yuit Communications. She joined Yuit in March 2021, bringing more than 20 years of broadcast news and PR experience to her role as a communicator and storyteller.