Running into communication roadblocks at work? Need more confidence to make your PR case? Trying to advance your communication and PR skills? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you are ready to take your career to the next level through an accreditation in public relations (APR).
To learn more about putting “APR” behind your name, join PRSA Southern Arizona and three active APR members to answer your questions about the benefits of pursuing accreditation, the steps to earning your APR and the skills you will gain to set you apart from others in the field.
Meet the Esteemed Panel of APRs
Alli V. Benjamin, MA, APR – Director of Public Relations and Community Engagement, Marana Unified School District
Libby Howell, APR – Executive Director/Media, Community & Government Relations, Pima Community College
Carolyn Smith Casertano, MA, APR – Assistant Professor of Practice and PRSSA Faculty Advisor at the University of Arizona
Moderated by: Sheila Storm, APR – Communications Director, Pima Association of Governments/Regional Transportation Authority