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    PRSA Bylaw Amendment Vote Results: Delegates Support Governance Committee

    Chapter delegates recently traveled to San Diego to represent members at this year’s Leadership Assembly. With three bylaw amendments on the ballot, chapter delegates cast their votes in support of the Governance Committee.

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    Q&A with Bailey Gannett about Cherwell Software's Beta Testing of LinkedIn Live

    Most companies watch from the wings as major social media networks test new software developments, including video streaming.

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    PRSSA Benefits: They’re Not Just for Board Members

    As a senior in college, the thought of graduation is constantly in the back of my mind. I find myself wondering what kind of work environment I want to be in, where I’d like to live, etc.

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    Are you Prepared to Lead in a Crisis Event?

    When I began my PR career in the mid-90s, crisis communications was considered a subset of public relations, handled fairly exclusively by a handful of specialized firms. Today, the silo between PR and crisis management has been shattered.

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    Q&A with Margaret Fogarty

    In recognition of Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Month, we interviewed Margaret Fogarty, an active PRSA Colorado volunteer who currently serves on the D&I and Programs committees.

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    Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight: Erika R. Martinez

    When Erika Martinez was starting to explore what she wanted to do with her life, the Hispanic and multicultural marketing space was just taking shape. Everything she read said that by not targeting the Hispanic community, marketers were missing something

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    PR, Journalism, Politics: Trust is at the Heart of Ethical Communication

    When I think about ethics, I think about building trust. Transparent, ethical communications is the cornerstone of trusting relationships. And relationships are the basis of everything that makes our world work

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    A GUIDE TO BUILDING AN AUTHENTIC TRAVEL EXPERIENCE WHEN EVERYONE ELSE IS ALREADY DOING IT

    We hear it all the time: Live authentically. Customers, client, and travelers crave an experience that is unlike anything else. It is easier said than done.

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    Q & A with Anthony Martini: Employee Communication

    Anthony has a degree in Journalism from the University of Colorado - Boulder. After graduating, Anthony began working for local news stations, eventually making his way to DIRECTV, and now AT&T. He has worked in several employee communications roles over

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    Ethics: Know Your Value(s)

    September is Ethics Month at PRSA, and while it is a good reminder to all PR pros of the importance ethics plays in our profession, for me, the month is an annual reminder of the various times in my 30-plus years in PR when my communication practices and

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