PRSA Nashville March Meeting
Google Analytics for PR Professionals
Google Analytics is a powerful tool to understand and demonstrate the impact of public relations efforts. In this presentation, Brannan Atkinson, APR, and partner at Amy Atkinson Communications, will discuss how to plan and measure:
Impact of media relations
Results for award applications
Brannan will cover the basics of website traffic sources, key metrics, and content analysis. He will also share some of his favorite tips and dashboards that you can begin using immediately.
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
150 Third Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37201
Free valet and validated parking for the Pinnacle garage are available.
Register on or before March 11 for our discounted rates:
$35 for members/$45 for guests
Prices go up to $45 for members/$55 for guests on March 12
Student rate: $25
RSVP: Please read the Reservation & Cancellation Policy, then Register (Online registration closes March 14. See the Reservation Policy for on-site registration information.)
Do you know someone who has really gone above and beyond the call of duty? Someone who has worked tirelessly to improve their own organization and the public relations profession?
The Hercules Award
recognizes someone with at least 10 years of experience in the profession, and the Mercury Award
recognizes someone with less than 10 years of experience and is a member of PRSA. The Mercury Award will be given to a young professional who has demonstrated accelerated progress in his or her career. This individual must also demonstrate leadership potential through service to PRSA, chapter involvement and professionalism. Nominees for the Hercules Award will be judged on career accomplishments in the field, including contributions to PRSA, the profession and the community; quality, creativity and effect of their professional work; and the example set by their ethical practices. Please click here
for the nomination form for the Hercules Award and click here
for nomination form for the Mercury Award. DEADLINE IS MARCH 17, 2014
. Any questions, please contact Bonnie Riechert, president of PRSA Nashville, at email@example.com
The PRSA Nashville board would like to thank its members for their support in 2013. As chapter president Jackie Cavnar notes in her final letter to the chapter, PRSA Nashville is one of the most admired chapters across the country. Serving its members and guests has been both Jackie and the board's honor.
After a year-long study of our chapter's financial structure, the board voted to strengthen our chapter's sustainability through increases in dues and luncheon fees for 2014. Chapter president Jackie Cavnar explains more in her letter to members.
2014 APOLLO AWARD FOR COMMUNICATIONS LEADERSHIP
PRSA - NASHVILLE CHAPTER
The Apollo Award for Communications Leadership is given annually by the Nashville chapter of the Public Relations Society of America to a Middle Tennessee executive who demonstrates and exemplifies the public relations and communications function within his or her organization. Honorees are generally community leaders who understand and have strived to implement sound communication practices in their respective work environments and the community. Nominees’ primary responsibilities in their professional career must be something other than communications or public relations. All PRSA members are eligible to nominate an individual for this award
. The Apollo Award winner will be recognized at a PRSA Nashville event in 2014.
SEND ENTRIES TO: DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: Jan. 31, 2014
418 Mayfield Place, Brentwood TN 37027
Phone: (615) 419-1492 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
PRSA Conference April 9-11, 2014
Charlotte, NC at UNC Charlotte Center City
PRSA NASHVILLE LAUNCHES SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT FUND
The Nashville Chapter of Public Relations Society of America announced on December 12, 2012, the creation of the PRSA Nashville Scholarship Endowment Fund, established in testament to the chapter’s commitment to the future of public relations in Middle Tennessee.
The fund is a component fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, a charitable organization connecting generosity with need, and will be permanently endowed, ensuring the chapter’s resources will be available to support deserving students in Middle Tennessee for years to come.
“PRSA Nashville has been privileged to provide an annual scholarship to students for more than a decade, and as the chapter continues to grow we wanted to strengthen our commitment to the next generation of communicators,” said Chapter President Todd Smith. “We are energized by the educational dreams that will be realized thanks to our endowment. This is a real milestone for public relations in Middle Tennessee.”
To read more about this scholarship endowment, please click here
National PRSA Organization
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