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Chelsea Cummins, Social Media Chair

Chelsea Cummins, Marketing Coordinator at Goldberg, Persky & White, P.C. Twitter | LinkedIn | Website | Blog How long have you been a member of PRSA? On the Pittsburgh board?   I joined PRSA and PRSA Pittsburgh in November 2012 and joined the board in 2014 as social...

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4 Trends Every PR Pro Should Know

By Bridgette Borst The media biz is changing fast and PR is right there with it. Go off the grid for even a week, and you might miss the memo on Facebook’s future in telepathy or CNN’s new studio for advertisers. Plain and simple, we are living in a creative and transformative time ...

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Taking advantage of connections

By Chelsea Cummins Network, network, network and then network some more. This is the secret to success. It’s a mantra drilled into our brains as soon as we pick a career and begin working toward our future. Our LinkedIn profiles become a digital scrapbook of our professional encounters. My...

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Book Review: The AP Stylebook

By Samantha McClintock Where are the Spark Notes when I need them? Reviewing the entire AP Stylebook is an undertaking that I have neither the time or desire to do – but what I do hope to accomplish is an overview of the “journalist’s bible” and how it applies to public...

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2015 Game Night with Ad2 Pittsburgh

From left to right: Bacheson, Ad2 Pittsburgh Social Chair Chris Jezowicz and Klein By Elizabeth Bacheson and Meredith Klein, PRSA Pittsburgh Young Professionals Co-Chairs On Thursday, July 16, PRSA Pittsburgh co-hosted its second annual partner event with Ad2 Pittsburgh at Buckhead Saloon in Stati...

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Making a Morning Routine Stick

By Robyn Rudish-Laning I've never been a morning person. Through college and into professional life, I've always been early for class, for work, for just about everything, but I find it incredibly difficult to get up early and start the day off any other way besides just getting ready and flying ou...

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Don't be afraid of change

By Amanda Hardt As a young professional, I am still searching for opportunities to continue learning and building upon my skillset. How can I be a better communicator? How can I be a better employee? How can I navigate this company’s office environment? These questions go through ou...

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Half Way, Full Force

As we creep past the half way point of the year, I’m struck by the sheer amount of progress we have made as an organization in 2015. With a board that’s bursting at the seams by way of participation and passion, the introduction of a robust blog, our monthly “Coffee with PR Pros&...

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Book Review: Normal Gets You Nowhere

By Robyn Rudish-Laning When I look for a public relations or career book to read up on, I gravitate towards ones that aren’t straight theory and methods, but are a bit personal. The ones professors would never have assigned for a class. “Normal Gets You Nowhere” by Kelly Cutrone s...

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PRSA Pittsburgh Partners with the AdFed’s Ad2 for Game Night

By Elizabeth Bacheson and Meredith Klein, PRSA Pittsburgh Young Professionals co-chairs We’re excited to team up with Ad2 Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Advertising Federation’s young professionals group, to host a Game Night at Buckhead Saloon at Station Square on Thursday, July 16 from 5-...

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