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 “If enhancing diversity and inclusion is not for the right thing, then do it for the business case,” said Deloria Nelson, President of Authentic Culture & Engagement Solutions. Nelson consults with Fortune 500 companies on how to better their diversity and inclusion goals by developing customized workforce […]
By Tyrone Law, PRSA Diversity & Inclusion Committee Member Not long ago, in an effort to elevate my career to the next level, I shifted into “job search mode” and my quest to step into a new public relations role began. After several interviews, I began to more deeply contemplate the notion that I’d only […]
By Veronica Figueroa Fernandez, PRSA Diversity & Inclusion Committee Our need for exploring and adventure connects us as people, allowing us to create lasting memories. And while traveling can be stressful at times, for persons with disabilities the challenges can often feel overwhelming. According to The World Bank, one billion people, or 15% of the […]
By Alyssa Badalamenti, PRSA Orlando Diversity and Inclusion Chair When you don’t respond to something within a crisis, your silence makes it seem like you don’t care. We know this specifically as public relations professionals because this is PR Crisis 101. When a large mistake is made within your company and it affects people negatively, […]
Authored by Mimi Flatley, APR, Co-VP of Accreditation A few years ago, a colleague and I spoke during a university communications class about how we started in our respective careers. We began by asking the soon-to-be grads where they hoped to work after college: For a sports team, at a large health care organization, in […]