Orlando and Orange County are distinguished as much by Central Florida’s reputation as a global vacation destination as by their lesser-known, but equally impactful role in high-tech, health care, and higher education. And as home to these growing, job-generating industries, Orlando is also home to public relations professionals at every skill level working in corporations, agencies and not-for-profit organizations.

The Public Relations Society of America/Orlando Regional – one of 116 worldwide chapters – is focused on advancing the public relations profession and the PR professional practioner. More than 200-strong and growing, the membership represents a diverse mix of all experience levels of practitioners with a passion and commitment to engaging and growing the practice of public relations in Central Florida.These practitioners represent counseling firms, independent consultants, business and industry, military, government, associations, hospitals, schools, professional services firms and nonprofit organizations.

To learn more, please visit this chapter online.


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  • 1. Kate Sullivan  |  March 29, 2009 at 9:18 pm

    This is an invitation for all PRSA and PRSSA members to join us on April 2 at 7 PM for the Bay Area Media Network’s Media World Conference.

    Details: http://www.awrtbamn.org

    Register early to meet with executives from Tampa Bay area radio, TV, print, film, and new media companies. Executives from the Poynter Institute, WFLA-Radio, WMOR-TV, and new media companies will be present to meet one-on-one with students and adults pursuing careers in media.


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