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Planning large gatherings and events in COVID-19

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.

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Webinar: Changing the Equation for Diversity & Inclusion

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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January 2021

The new year’s first Alaska Chapter monthly e-news bulletin is full of news about volunteering – how our chapter benefits, the rewards you can realize, and a number of great opportunities. Read about chapter stewardship, including a new technology sponsorship, and an introduction to the chapter’s 2021 stewardship chair. Finally, discover several ways to boost your professional development, including the chapter’s January webinar forum, additional PRSA virtual presentations, and a virtual meeting series on earning your accreditation. Read the January 2021 edition of The PRSA Alaska Communicator today!


Updates from chapter leadership, member news, opportunities, national trends and more.


Member Spotlight: Brooke Taylor, APR

Meet Brooke Taylor, PRSA Alaska’s incoming 2021 chapter president, and director of communications for the nonprofit Prince William Sound Regional Citizens Advisory Council. She credits PRSA with helping to prepare her to carry out the wide variety of PR duties common to nonprofits’ often tiny PR/communication staff. In this member spotlight, read how Brooke has come full circle — as a beneficiary of PRSA professional networks and educational opportunities, to giving back through volunteer leadership.

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Member Spotlight: Kelsey Fiedler

Some may have already met Kelsey Fiedler as she helped out with our chapter’s annual awards program in late October. Kelsey is a senior creative content manager at Thompson & Co. Public Relations (T&C). In this member spotlight, read how PRSA Alaska membership helped her to build a professional network and to find her PR footing in Alaska.

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Current job postings for communications professionals in Alaska.


Digital Producer – Koahnic Broadcast Corporation

Bring your creative vision for social media engagement to the nation’s premier broadcasts dedicated to Native American issues, viewpoints, and arts. Koahnic Broadcast Corp. is looking for a knowledgeable, creative, and enthusiastic person to manage content with social...

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Social Media Intern – AARP Alaska

Are you a creative social media whiz looking for a paid internship? We’re looking for you! AARP Alaska is seeking a social media intern for 2021. This position will be responsible for maintaining and growing the social media accounts for the AARP Alaska state office....

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