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In Memoriam: Kathleen S. Kelly, Ph.D., APR, Fellow PRSA

PRSay

She was the recipient of three of the highest awards in PR teaching and research: PRSA’s Outstanding Educator in 2004, the PRSA Foundation’s Jackson, Jackson & Wagner Behavioral Science Prize in 1999, and the Pathfinder Award in 1995 from the Institute for Public Relations in recognition of lifetime achievement in PR research.

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Celebrating the PR Profession’s LGBTQ Community

PRSay

“Let’s recognize the power of public relations to shape ideas and forge opinion,” said Galloway, vice president of communications for Wells Fargo Bank and chair of the PRSA 2020 International Conference. “PR

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Brands Must Show They Understand and Respect the LGBTQ Community, PRSA Webinar Panelists Say

PRSay

Finzel, who helped launch FH Out Front in 2004, the first global LGBTQ communications practice within an international PR firm, said that recent marches for “Black trans lives matter” have been “life-affirming.”. We’re not just looking at Black people and saying, ‘You have to stick up for yourselves.’

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Public Relations Objectives

Doctor Spin

Improve internal communications. Learn more: Lobbying Internal Communications (IC) “Strengthening internal communication through various methods, including face-to-face communication, can improve employee engagement and build trust between management and employees.” International Journal of Business Communication, 51, 183 – 202.

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Remembering Dr Roger Hayes

Stephen Waddington

Roger worked as a Senior Advisor at the firm since 2004. Over bacon and eggs, Roger impressed on me the opportunity for professionalism in public relations, and the need for robust educational and a professional competency framework. I introduced Roger and Steve via email last Summer. I regret that the three of us will never get together.

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Meet the Media: Michael Freeze, Features Editor at Transport Topics

Bianchi Biz Blog

Currently with the excitement surrounding electric vehicles, we feel it’s an ideal time to see what is on the horizon for the internal combustion engine. The most fun was a feature I wrote about the “Right to Repair” around 2004. Describe the craziest or most fun story you have worked on.

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Spotlight on a Solo PR Pro: Meet Doug Levy

Solo PR Pro

He was a frequent contributor to All Things Considered and Morning Edition and ended up as an intern in NPR’s Washington Bureau a year later, gaining extensive industry experience and honing his writing skills. I helped them recognize the importance of clear internal communications. He needed help navigating the pandemic. “I

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