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The Role of Communicators in Creating a Civil, Inclusive Future
March 24 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
PRSA DETROIT PRESENTS: The Role of Communicators in Creating a Civil, Inclusive Future
Join us for a PRSA Detroit Chapter program featuring the National Chair of PRSA Michelle Olson, APR. She will discuss how PRSA is helping to navigate the important issues of our time through the lens of the four pillars of the Voices4Everyone initiative and how members can contribute to that. Registrants can expect a lively and informative discussion with a moderated Q & A portion. After the program concludes, there will be an informal 15-minute networking session for those who stay on.
- WHEN: Wednesday, March 24 Noon – 1:00 p.m. (EST)
- WHERE: Online Zoom
- COST: Free for PRSA Detroit Members
- REGISTRATION: Advance, online registration is required.
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Olson began her tenure as national chair of PRSA in January 2021, having previously served on the national Board of Directors and as a leader at the chapter and regional levels. As chair, Olson aims to equip PR practitioners with the tools necessary to identify and combat mis/dis/malinformation, break down barriers for diverse students and professionals to enter the industry, and help communicators foster more effective civil discourse. PR News recently named Olson to the 2020 class of the Top Women in PR. She was named one of Arizona’s Most Influential Women in Business by BizAZ Magazine in 2018, and in 2003 she received the Phoenix PRSA chapter’s prestigious PERCY Award for her achievements in the public relations industry.
Sharon Tatom Garcia, APR, President, PRSA Detroit Chapter
Contact Sharon Tatom Garcia,
PRSA Detroit Chapter President at (248) 331-5561 or [email protected]