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The head of the state’s Chronic Disease and Health Promotion section shares sources and tools to help make informed decisions about planning events and other large gatherings in an era of COVID-19 considerations. Join PRSA Alaska’s September virtual professional development presentation and discussion on Sept. 23.
Many organizations have created (or have been asked to create) diversity and inclusion programs. But, what is needed for sustained commitment and real change within your organization? How do you start a program? What and how often do you measure? Hear from Cisco’s diversity and inclusion manager on Cisco’s program and what to consider for your program. Plus, learn about additional resources for implementing a program.
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In October, PRSA celebrates and highlights diversity and inclusion. Locally, communicators can help the PRSA Alaska Chapter diversify by volunteering and participating. Inclusivity grows as current and prospective members become inspired, involved and are afforded opportunities to lead. Learn how that’s happening — and how you can benefit, too – in the October 2020 edition of The PRSA Alaska Communicator.
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Fish, alcohol tax and coronavirus take the spotlight in event highlighting the best public relations work in Alaska
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – A video series advocating for fisheries protections, a successful ballot proposition campaign and a non-profit’s coronavirus response efforts earned top honors from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Alaska in a virtual Aurora Awards...
Meet Gary Scott, PRSA Alaska’s current chapter president, and executive vice president at Thompson & Co. Public Relations (T&C). While he’s now a skilled communicator in the top tier of a public relations career, Gary didn’t originally choose PR as a profession. In this member spotlight, read how PRSA mentors helped Gary navigate a communications career that began with a keen interest in behavioral science …
Current job postings for communications professionals in Alaska.
The Events and Engagement Specialist is responsible for the oversight of Cook Inlet Tribal Council (CITC), its affiliates, and subsidiaries in their event management, internal and external engagement efforts, and CITC’s donor stewardship program The successful...
The Communications Director of the Alaska Chamber is responsible for a wide range of duties and responsibilities including, but not limited to: Advocacy Assist the President/CEO on legislative matters. Monitor and analyze relevant legislative activity as it pertains...
The event coordinator is responsible for providing networking and education opportunities to membership through the coordination and implementation of events. Must successfully plan, implement and evaluate all aspects of Anchorage Chamber events, including but not...