North Florida

The North Florida Chapter, with more than 150 members, covers North Florida and parts of the South Georgia region. Its members are located in the Florida areas of Jacksonville, Gainesville, Tallahassee, and St. Augustine as well as Valdosta, Georgia.

Five chapters of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) also reside in this area. PRSSA chapters can be found at: University of Florida, University of North Florida, Florida A&M University, Valdosta State University and Flagler College.

A 22-member leadership team organizes professional development activities, monthly luncheon programs, accreditation sessions, and similar support activities for public relations professionals.

To learn more about the North Florida chapter of PRSA, please visit them online.

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  • 1. Jay Magee  |  June 10, 2008 at 6:00 pm

    Hi Bonnie,

    Thanks for putting together this new Sunshine District site.

    I agree with you: who needs graphics when the dialogue is the key value driver?

    I encourage all Sunshine District leaders and members to participate in these blogs. As I prepare for my chapter presidency in January, I will be looking to pick many brains on chapter leadership best practices. Sites like this will keep the brain-pickin’ a little cleaner and a lot less painful, not to mention be a valuable networking tool within our chapters and the District at large.

    Who’s going to post with me? Anyone? Anyone?

    Jay Magee
    President-Elect
    PRSA North Florida Chapter

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