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Past Presidents Council

Purpose

Provide an exclusive forum for senior level professionals with at least two decades of experience to build relationships, offer support, and jointly address common challenges and concerns.

This committee provides programming and events which offer facilitated discussions that tap into the collective wisdom of the Washington area's top PR professionals.

How to Contact Us

Chair:
Suzanne Holroyd, PhD, APR+M, smholroyd@verizon.net

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National Capital Chapter Announces 2013 Board of Directors

Fairfax, Va.  – The Public Relations Society of America’s National Capital Chapter (PRSA-NCC) today announced its 2013 slate of elected officers, board of directors, and assembly delegates. The board, led by incoming chapter president, Samantha Villegas, APR, oversees the chapter’s more than 50 annual professional development and awards programs designed to advance professionalism and support career growth.

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Volunteer

Volunteering helps advance your career and the PR profession.

Volunteer with PRSA-NCC. Share and develop your skills. Build your resume and your network. Contribute to the success of our chapter.

Volunteer opportunities require varying time commitments. We can match you with tasks that fit the time you have available.

Find a volunteer opportunity that is right for you:

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Website Management

 

Purpose

Hopefully you're enjoying your experience on the NCC's website. The Website Committee of PRSA-NCC created this site and now oversees its daily management in coordination with the chapter's executive director to ensure that the content is topical and updated frequently.  

What We Do

This committee works with all of the committees of NCC to bring their programs and events onto the website. It also coordinates between the chapter and the website developer to update, maintain and improve the site on an as-needed basis. 

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University Relations

Purpose

Dedicated to helping students develop an understanding of applied knowledge and skills in public relations, the University Relations Committee supports public relations education at local PRSSA (Public Relations Student Society of America) chapters at American University, George Mason University, Hood College, Howard University, and the University of Maryland.  Committee members help students realize their professional goals and aspirations through PRSA involvement and affiliations.

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Public Affairs and Government Committee

Purpose

The Public Affairs and Government Committee represents chapter members who work in all levels of government and branches of the military, as well as those at counseling firms who implement communications plans on behalf of government organizations, and those at corporations and associations who are responsible for reaching various audiences on public policy or public safety issues.

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New Professionals

Purpose

The New Professionals Committee unites professionals, generally with seven or fewer years of experience in PR and communications, and offers opportunities to collaborate with other new professionals as well as learn from more experienced professionals.

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