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A Message From Our President – December 2021

“Leave a little sparkle wherever you go.”  – Kate Spade There are so many great quotes about light. From light driving out darkness, light from within and so many others, it has been my source of inspiration this year. I leave you…
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A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT–NOVEMBER 2021

As I reflect on the things I’m thankful for this November, first to my mind is our tremendous board of directors who have worked incredibly hard this year to provide engaging programs, professional development, and networking opportunities…

7 Places To Learn About Native American History in Florida

By: Veronica Figueroa Fernandez, PRSA Orlando Diversity & Inclusion Chair November is Native American Heritage Month, a time to recognize Native Americans and to celebrate the rich culture, art, accomplishments and contributions of the…
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Member Profile: Carolyn Reis

While October is predominantly known for celebrating Halloween and the promotion of wearing pink in honor of breast cancer, there are some other well-deserved recognitions that take place throughout the month. One of them is National Women’s…
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A Message From Our President – October 2021

I love October. It’s one of my favorite months of the year—and not because it’s the month that PRSA traditionally holds ICON (though a happy coincidence)! The weather cools down just enough and the skies are often a clear, bright blue…
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A Message From Our President—September 2021

With September upon us, I know you’re probably thinking of the return of football, pumpkin spice, cooler weather and anything other than PRSA’s Member Code of Ethics. But, it is indeed Ethics Month and the PRSA Code of Ethics is the heart…
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Member Profile: Katarina Dos Santos

PRSA Orlando Chapter members come from all walks of life, backgrounds, and industries, giving them knowledge, experience and insight into a vast array of areas. As we enter Hispanic Heritage Month, which is recognized from September 15 through…

Member PRofile: Lt. Col. Ian Phillips, APR+M

Earning an Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) is a goal many communications professionals strive for. It demonstrates professional competence, dedication to the profession and a drive strive to stand out from the rest. Those who are in…
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A Message From Our President – August 2021

With the kids going back to school this month, it might be a good time for you to consider your own professional development this fall and we’ve got three great ways for you to do so from our August virtual program featuring Ben & Jerry’s…

DEI Glossary & Tips on Inclusive Communications

By: Veronica Figueroa Fernandez, PRSA Orlando Diversity & Inclusion Chair, and Doragnes Rivera Bradshaw, Diversity & Inclusion Committee Before your press release, blog, newsletter, social media post, or website update goes live,…