Welcome to the PRSA Arkansas Chapter

Located in Little Rock, the Arkansas Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America is dedicated to developing and enriching the professional lives of public relations practitioners. The chapter seeks to build an understanding and support for public relations throughout the business community and within the academic community for future practitioners. From monthly meetings and professional development seminars to awards competitions and promotion of the profession, the chapter provides a number of opportunities to enhance professional growth and network throughout the year.

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Get on the inside track to a bright future. PRSA provides what you need at any level of your career.

Welcome to the PRSA Arkansas Chapter

Located in Little Rock, the Arkansas Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America is dedicated to developing and enriching the professional lives of public relations practitioners. The chapter seeks to build an understanding and support for public relations throughout the business community and within the academic community for future practitioners. From monthly meetings and professional development seminars to awards competitions and promotion of the profession, the chapter provides a number of opportunities to enhance professional growth and network throughout the year.

Become A Member

Get on the inside track to a bright future. PRSA provides what you need at any level of your career.

Upcoming Events

July Virtual Meeting

July Virtual Meeting

While the media environment continues to evolve, MediaSource Founder and President, Lisa Arledge Powell, has gathered the latest information directly from reporters and editors via the company’s National Journalist Survey about what they need and how communicators can best assist them in the wake of this pandemic.

June Virtual Meeting

June Virtual Meeting

Following a year of activism for racial equity and social justice, there is a growing conversation in the business community on the important role companies have in diversity, equity and inclusion. Over the last few years, we’ve seen a slew of public relations disasters from leading corporate brands because diversity was not at the table when decisions were made. While leaning into issues is hard and uncomfortable, leaning in comes with ample opportunities for internal and external communication blunders. Amber Booth-McCoy will discuss how communicators can lead their organizations with genuine, authentic and inclusive communications strategies.

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Upcoming Events

July Virtual Meeting

July Virtual Meeting

While the media environment continues to evolve, MediaSource Founder and President, Lisa Arledge Powell, has gathered the latest information directly from reporters and editors via the company’s National Journalist Survey about what they need and how communicators can best assist them in the wake of this pandemic.

July Virtual Meeting

July Virtual Meeting

While the media environment continues to evolve, MediaSource Founder and President, Lisa Arledge Powell, has gathered the latest information directly from reporters and editors via the company’s National Journalist Survey about what they need and how communicators can best assist them in the wake of this pandemic.

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Stay up-to-date with the latest news and events at PRSA Arkansas.


By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive marketing emails from: Arkansas PRSA, P.O. Box 7532, Little Rock, AR, 72217, https://www.arkprsa.org. You can revoke your consent to receive emails at any time by using the SafeUnsubscribe® link, found at the bottom of every email. Emails are serviced by Constant Contact

Latest News

Unheard: Black Lives and the Fight for Justice

Unheard: Black Lives and the Fight for Justice

This June, hosts Adena J. White, Kara Wilkins and Katrina Dupins share the experiences of Black Southerners living in, loving, and reconciling with the region they call home. During this program, Adena, Kara and Katrina – all professional communicators – will talk about how Blackbelt Voices came to be, the importance of media representation, and adapting messages to resonate with different audiences.

New: Virtual Chapter Meetings

New: Virtual Chapter Meetings

This April, PRSA Members are invited to an exclusive series of virtual meetings held with local media, communication staff for local government and more, sharing expertise and insights on the pandemic response. Join as a member today for your all-access pass to learn best practices for communicating in the time of COVID.

2019 President’s Installation Address

2019 President’s Installation Address

During her installation address, 2019 Arkansas PRSA president Adena White, APR, shared what PRSA has meant for her professional development and outlined her goals for the year.

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PO Box 3467 Little Rock, AR 72203

Accreditation

ACCREDITED IN PUBLIC RELATIONS (APR)

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info@arkprsa.org

P.O. Box 3467
Little Rock, AR 72203

Accreditation

Accredited in Public Relations (APR)

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