Blog Archives

    Speaking in Tongues: Best Practices for Communications in Another Language

    At the Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Bank, where I lead the public and public relations department, we may be overseeing the translation of public education materials to Spanish while also facilitating the translation of technical documents full of ophthalmolo

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    Andrew Hudson’s Top Career Takeaways from Career + Cider

    Takeaways from Young Pros & Andrew Hudson

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    Member Chat with Sarah Rasmussen, APR: Growing and advancing with PRSA

    Sarah Rasmussen, APR’s history with PRSA extends back to 1993 with her involvement in PRSSA as a student at Drake University. She joined her first PRSA chapter in 1997 in Des Moines, Wis., and became a PRSA Colorado chapter member in 2007.

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    Committee Profile: Employee Communications Roundtable, a ‘Targeted Group’ Leader

    While PRSA Colorado commemorates 60 years of providing formal professional development programs to its members, it’s also recognizing the value of its less formal “Targeted Groups.”

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    Key Takeaways from PRSA Colorado’s Influencer Mix and Mingle: Go Beyond the Pitch

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    Member Chat with Chris Chavez: More than 25 Years of PRSA Connections

    PRSA is often lauded for its professional development and networking opportunities. For member Chris Chavez, while those aspects of a PRSA membership are undoubtedly a benefit, building lasting connections with fellow PR pros outweighs any hot topic lunch

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    Ten Takeaways from the Annual PRSA Colorado Media Roundtable

    The annual PRSA Colorado Media Roundtable is one of the most popular events of the year among members, and this year’s program didn’t disappoint.

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    Chapter Delegates Headed to ICON for Leadership Assembly: Bylaw Amendments on Agenda

    Representatives from PRSA Colorado will travel to Austin Oct. 5 ahead of PRSA’s 2018 International Conference (ICON) to attend the annual assembly delegate meeting.

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    Member Chat with Sara Spaulding, APR: Building Relationships Key to PR Success

    If you ask PR practitioners what’s the most challenging part of their job, you may get a variety of answers: ability to write well, skilled in crisis response, aptitude in media relations, proficiency in digital outreach and so on. For member Sara

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    Member Chat with Pete Webb: Adapting to a World “Zipping Past” Us

    This year, Pete Webb celebrates 30 years as founder of Webb Strategic Communications, formerly known as Webb PR. In those three decades, Pete has done and seen it all, from promoting the grand opening of Anheuser-Busch’s Fort Collins brewery to branding

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