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Georgia Chapter

About Our Chapter

The Georgia Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America is the second largest Chapter of public relations professionals in the United States with more than 900 members. Its mission is to enhance the profession, provide continuing education and offer networking opportunities. It is dedicated to developing and enriching the professional lives of Georgia’s public relations practitioners. As one of the most active chapters in the country, more than 100 of Georgia’s PR professionals attend the organization’s monthly meetings to hear some of the nation’s most dynamic industry leaders speak on cutting-edge communications techniques and strategies. The monthly meetings also provide great opportunities for members to network and build valued peer relationships. PRSA Georgia  also offers Special Interest Groups (Corporate and Employee Communications, Healthcare, Independent Counselors, Leader Board, Nonprofit, Technology, Travel and Tourism, and Young Professionals) that provide networking and professional development opportunities to members in specific areas of practice. The Chapter hosts an annual conference providing professional development and networking to Georgia Chapter members as well as practitioners across the Southeast. PRSA Georgia supports ten PRSSA Chapters: Berry College, Clark Atlanta University, Columbus State University, Georgia College & State University, Georgia State University, Georgia Southern University, Kennesaw State University, Savannah State University, The University of Georgia and the University of West Georgia. In addition to its outreach through PRSSA, the Georgia Chapter hosts college students from across the country each year during its Real World PR conference. PRSA Georgia recognizes its members for outstanding achievements and contributions with awards programs like the annual Phoenix Awards, Chapter Awards and The Order of the Phoenix.


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