PRSA Nashville Seeks Best and Brightest Leaders in Middle Tennessee
Do you know someone who has gone above and beyond the call of duty and worked tirelessly to improve their organization and the public relations profession? Nominate them today for one of the following awards of excellence. The deadline for all entries is Friday, March 23 at 5 p.m.
The Hercules Award, named for the hero from Greek mythology renowned for knowledge and strength, honors an individual with at least 10 years of experience who uses their professional talents for the benefit of the public relations profession. Nominees will be judged on 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 submit the Hercules Award Nomination Form.
The Mercury Award recognizes a PRSA member with less than 10 years of experience. 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 and community involvement and professionalism. Please submit the Mercury Award Nomination Form.
The Apollo Award for Communications Leadership recognizes a Middle Tennessee executive who strives to implement sound communication practices in their organization and the community. Nominees’ primary responsibilities in their professional career must be something other than communications or public relations. Please submit the Apollo Award Nomination Form.