#PRDiversity Insights From the Twittersphere

October 29, 2015

This past August, PRSA celebrated PR Diversity Month by focusing on the diverse communities, people and practices that constitute the profession. PR practitioners and thought leaders offered their insights on various diversity and inclusion topics on Twitter by using the hashtag #PRDiversity. Here’s a sampling of what they had to say:

@no_miles Diversity isn’t a noun but rather a verb, encouraging us to take action & embrace differences that lead to enlightened ideas. #PRDiversity

@PR_in_Real_Life #PRDiversity “PRSA Diversity & Inclusion” month is not just a moment in time to shine a light on this issue and move on.

@efink101 Everyone has an accumulation of experiences that make us different. This diversity is why PR continues to grow and change. #PRDiversity

@jamalbarghouti #PRdiversity is important because it makes us, as a profession, more understanding of the world around us.

@lauradaronatsy Diversity is less about how to fit in like a chameleon, and more about how to blend beautifully like a kaleidoscope. #PRDiversity #PRSSA

@VictoriaKLewis Diversity is having a wide array of information and experience in any area of life. What’s your definition of Diversity? #PRDiversity

@MarilyPen Embrace and learn from different points of view #prdiversity

@SWAGoner94 #PRDiversity isn’t accepting/embracing all ideas. That may mean compromising our own. But listening w/o bias & with open minds. @prdiversity

@AshleyDusenbury We can celebrate diversity all year by simply integrating it into everything we do, from membership to programming. #PRDiversity


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