Join Women in PR North America at our annual soiree at Hycroft on May 12, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. in Vancouver, B.C. Mingle in the spacious foyer at the foot of the Grand Staircase, relax in the formal Drawing Room and enjoy a glass of wine on the spectacular Terrace overlooking the beautiful walled gardens.
Save the date. The Public Relations Academy will open for enrollment on September 20, 2021.
When you join Women in PR North America in our virtual workshop, you’ll know for sure that your business idea is viable, and that you have what it takes to see it through to completion. That information alone will put you far ahead of those dreamers out there who are still waiting for the perfect opportunity to come along.
Join Women in PR North America for the Influence Lab! You will work through a detailed workbook and lessons to position yourself as a leading influencer.
The Public Relations Academy is online based so you can participate from anywhere in the world and connect with our members across the Americas. Each month we release exclusive PR content to help you reach your business and career goals.
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Please join American Women in Public Relations New York City Chapter on October 1, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time, for a complimentary discussion on working from home during the coronavirus and managing PR clients.
The Public Relations Academy is online based so you can participate from anywhere in the world and connect with our members across the Americas. Each month we release exclusive PR content to help you reach your business and career goals. You can register for the academy during our next enrollment period on September 17, 2020. Mark your calendars!
Launched as a podcast hosted by Prof. Dr. Ana Adi, Professor of Public Relations and Corporate Communications at Quadriga University of Applied Sciences, featuring interviews with practitioners and academics on topics ranging from missing voices in PR history to well-being of PR professionals and access to the C-suite, Women in PR has now a written companion.