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Leads GM’s social media efforts
External blogs
Senior leader web & Twitter
Facebook fan pages
Other social web activities
Step Up to the Plate: Sports PR
Bonnie Clark, Vice President of Communications,
Philadelphia Phillies
Michael Preston, Director of Public Relations,
Philadelphia 76ers
Kevin Saghy, Public Relations & Marketing Specialist,
Chicago Cubs
Moderator: Rebecca Timms, Public Relations Coordinator,
Philadelphia 76ers
Personal Branding
Jason Mollica, President, JRMComm
The Passion Conversation: Be an Explorer of Your Passions
Geno Church, Word of Mouth Inspiration Officer, Brains on Fire
Eyes Wide Open: Finding Your Way Toward a Future in Public Affairs
Cmdr. Brook DeWalt, APR
U.S. Navy Senior Student and Admiral Stephen B. Luce Scholar,
U.S. Naval War College
From the Crisis Trenches: Blazing a New Trail in Communications
Rae Bazzarre, Director of Communications & External Affairs,
Katherine McLane, Vice President for Communications & External
Affairs, LIVESTRONG Foundation
Juggling: Life at an Agency
Joe Clarkson
Account Coordinator, Taylor Strategy
Nick Lucido
Senior Account Executive, Edelman Digital,
Jessica Noonan
Client Staff Assistant, Burson-Marsteller
West Virginia University
Louisiana State University
University of Florida
Boston University
University of Delaware
DePaul University
University of Alabama
Roger Williams University
Educational Housing Services
General Motors
New York University of Continuing and Professional
Padilla Speer Beardsley
Rowan University CGCE
Taylor (
Tierney Communications
West Virginia University Online Integrated Marketing
Communications Graduate program
During our Friday night social, the Loews Hotel,
will be transformed into a Roaring ‘20’s Jazz Club
The 1920’s were a great time of innovation in Philadelphia
Paying tribute to Ivy Lee, PR Founding Father
Dress up or dress down Anything from a flapper dress or top hat to jeans is welcome
Full Registration
All events, Oct. 25–29
Members and Affiliates $300
Non-members $335
Day Registrations
If you can’t attend the full Conference, you may register for a
single day’s sessions and events.
Members and Affiliates $175
Non-members $185
Deadline to register is Tuesday, September 24
The Loews Hotel
Recognized as one of the “World’s Best”
by Travel + Leisure readers
Walking distance to shopping, theater,
eclectic South Street, cultural attractions
and restaurants
Our special rate is $179 + taxes / night
(single/double/triple/quad occupancy)
Loews Philadelphia photo courtesy of
Philadelphia Convention & Visitors
Bureau (PCVB) and Paul Loftland.
Fly in to the Philadelphia International Airport
West Coast: around $348
Mid West: around $491
South: around $348
Catch a cab
• ~$28.50 one way from Airport to Center City
Take the shuttle
• Liberty Shuttle $10 from airport to any Philadelphia hotel
BoltBus & Megabus
• Low-cost bus services to and from over 14 locations
New York, Boston, etc.
Amtrak train
• To and from New York, Boston, Washington, D.C. and
• Bus, trolley, elevated train, subway and Regional Rail
lines - in and around Philadelphia
• Market East Station is around the corner from the Loews
FUNdraising Playbook (PDF)
Search Chapter News
Start a conversation HERE or on
Facebook or Twitter
Chapter President Google Group
Be sure to regularly visit
“PRSSA 2013 National Conference”
on Facebook
Melissa Clawson, Conference Coordinator
Shayna Alston, Assistant Coordinator
Ian Crumm, Programs Director
Jess Howard, Communications Director
Surina Seetha, Logistics Director
… and more to come!
“PRSSA 2013 National Conference” on Facebook
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