2019 Board Nominations

    Dear PRSA Colorado Chapter Member:

    We are kicking off the process to determine the Chapter’s leadership team for next year. I invite you to take advantage of one of the best professional development opportunities PRSA Colorado offers by nominating yourself or another Chapter member for the 2019 PRSA Colorado Board of Directors. Past board members have gained tremendous benefits from their board experience, including:

    • Credibility as a public relations professional
    • Exposure to a broader public relations community outside one’s are of practice
    • Connections to the local PR community
    • Leadership in one of the largest and most respected PRSA Chapters in the country
    • Opportunity to practice leadership skills that can be applied immediately to your work and enhance your career
    • Chance to shape PRSA Colorado activities and strategy
    • Opportunity to be part of our industry’s future and to influence the success of the public relations practice


    The 2019 Board positions open for nominations are:

    • President-Elect (one open position – will serve a three-year term through 2021)
    • Director (three open positions – will serve a two-year term through 2020)


    All terms officially begin January 1, 2019; however, each newly elected board member is required to participate in an all-day planning session in the fall (date and time TBD). For a description of the open positions, please click here.

    To nominate yourself or another Chapter member, please complete the nomination form, with five signatures from existing Chapter members, and either email, mail or fax the completed form to the PRSA Colorado office. The deadline for turning in your nomination is 5 p.m., Monday, August 13, 2018. PRSA Colorado members will vote at the annual election meeting during the October program.

    If you have any questions, please call or email me at 303.460.2476 or renee.robinson@ball.com.

    Best regards,

    Renee Robinson, APR
    PRSA Colorado Chapter Immediate Past President