Diversity & Inclusion
The PRSA National Diversity and Inclusion Committee has defined its role with regard to diversity and inclusion as follows:
To champion diversity of thought, cultures, disciplines, ideals, gender, disabilities, sexual orientation and age in order to develop an inclusive Society. By reaching and involving members who represent a broad spectrum of differences, we will encourage and educate members about the benefits of a diverse profession by providing professional development, knowledge and support to help them succeed in public relations.
Learn more on diversity and inclusion within PRSA.
PRSA Diversity Blog
by Alyssa Badalamenti, PRSA Diversity and Inclusion Chair @PRSAOrlando, your chapter implemented a consistent diversity and inclusion blog that addresses timely topics, but also isn’t afraid to rid formality – share top lessons learned? PRSA Orlando: We heard feedback from our members that it was refreshing to hear our chapter address #PRdiversity topics in […]
By Alyssa Badalamenti, PRSA Diversity and Inclusion Chair By now, everyone has replaced ‘millennials’ with ‘Gen X’ in their editorials, and millennials are looped in with the previous generations who grew into having negative stereotypes of the newest generation. Why is it that with every generation we get into this cycle of comparing habits and […]
By Alyssa Badalamenti, PRSA Diversity and Inclusion Chair PRSA recognizes August as its Diversity and Inclusion month, a time to focus the spotlight on advancing the profession through representation of the hardworking communications professionals of diverse backgrounds and thought. Throughout the last couple of months, we’ve asked our members to share with us what diversity […]
By Alyssa Badalamenti, Diversity & Inclusion Chair June 12 marked two years since the Pulse nightclub tragedy in Orlando. 49 beautiful lives were taken senselessly. Through the heartbreak, our city has since become more unified in its strong voice for diversity and inclusion because of who we are and who we represent. But when remembering […]
By Alyssa Badalamenti, Diversity & Inclusion Chair I previously led communication strategies for an accounting firm and gained invaluable experience from this role. However, I remember feeling a little “out of the group” among my peers who had the traditional PR role for the local agencies who market for big brand names. Here I was, […]