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Professional Development

Purpose

The Professional Development (P.D.) Committee is a group of volunteers whose purpose is to offer Washington, D.C. area communicators with all levels of experience professional development by hosting educational events, workshops and seminars across many subject areas. Covering a wide array of interests, topics range from dealing with changes in traditional media to how to use social media and from marketing and communications strategies to managerial training and more.   

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Ethics & Advocacy

Purpose

PRSA is committed to ethical practices. The level of public trust PRSA members seek in order to serve the public good, means we must take on a special obligation to operate ethically. To that end, the Ethics and Advocacy Committee participates in board of director meetings and ensures that relevant ethical factors and/or perspectives inherent in the topic of discussion are brought forth and considered. Members provide advice as requested or if it is warranted and recommend strategies and tactics to support the chapter's objectives pertaining to ethics.

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International

Purpose

More than at any other time in history, communicators must practice effective global, transcultural communications in order to build quality relationships with their key publics.  The National Capital Chapter's (NCC) International Committee connects a dynamic cross-section of strategists and practitioners who work in international public affairs and media relations positions.

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Association/Nonprofit

Purpose

Nonprofits, associations and other tax-exempt organizations face unique challenges. This is your opportunity to connect with practitioners who understand your issues and are willing to share solutions. This National Capital Chapter Committee is dedicated to helping PR and communications professionals as they work to raise funds, recruit volunteers and promote their activities.

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Marcom

Purpose

The Marcom Committee reaches out to current and potential chapter members, promotes chapter news and events, and builds awareness of the chapter in the Washington, DC area.

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Sponsorships Committee

Purpose

The Sponsorships Committee is responsible for identifying additonal income and in-kind work for the chapter to support the educational programming and member events. It also seeks to bring the PR community together by building a bridge between the agencies and suppliers that support the public relations and public affairs industries by managing the sponsor relationships throughout the year to ensure NCC sponsors receive maximum benefits for their support.  

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