As a member of Arkansas PRSA, you have several ways to get involved with the chapter while polishing your communication, event planning, networking and other career-building skills. Email chapter president Adena White, APR to get plugged in.
The Accreditation Committee works with the assembly delegate/director-at-large to support members interested in pursuing their APR. This committee is open to Accredited members only.
The ARcom Awards Committee assists the director-at-large with the planning and execution of Arkansas PRSA’s annual ARcom Awards. Organized in collaboration with Arkansas IABC and AdClub Little Rock, the ARcom Awards recognize exceptional public relations programs and skills of the state’s practitioners, companies and organizations.
The Communications Committee supports Arkansas PRSA’s vice president with managing chapter communications, including the monthly newsletter and other email communication, social media, and the website.
Diversity and Inclusion
The Diversity and Inclusion Committee of Arkansas PRSA provides resources and industry-growth opportunities to its members of diverse backgrounds and identities – including racial, ethnic and religious backgrounds; sexual orientations and gender expressions; ages and professional experiences; abilities and disabilities; and other underrepresented communities and forms of diversity – to foster a more inclusive public relations profession.
Finance and Sponsorship Committee
The Finance and Sponsorship Committee of Arkansas PRSA works with the treasurer to provide recommendations related to the chapter’s finances, including saving and investment strategies, sponsorship revenue, and an annual budget review.
The Hospitality Committee of Arkansas PRSA assists the chapter secretary with greeting members and guests at monthly meetings and creating additional opportunities to ensure our chapter is welcoming to current and prospective members.
The Membership Committee works with the director-at-large to recruit members to Arkansas PRSA and retain existing members through various communication and outreach strategies.
The New Pros Committee fosters networking and learning opportunities among professionals in Arkansas PRSA who have worked in public relations and communications less than six years.
The Programming Committee supports the president-elect of Arkansas PRSA with programming for monthly meetings and professional development events.
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