Why PRSA? I joined PRSA to network with public relations professionals and to learn about the industry as I transitioned from journalism to PR. The people I’ve met and things I’ve learned while taking part in the professional development programming have been instrumental in my PR journey. Being a PRSA member is also a great way to keep up with the latest advancements and trends in the profession, give back to the community, build leadership skills, and become a more well-rounded individual overall.
Brianne Mundy Page has worked in communications and public relations for 15 years. She’s proud to have recently joined the Port of San Diego as a Marketing & Public Relations Representative. The Port is an innovative champion for 34 miles of San Diego Bay waterfront along Chula Vista, Coronado, Imperial Beach, National City and San Diego. Brianne has the pleasure of publicizing and being an advocate for the many ways the Port serves the San Diego region and its visitors through maritime, water and land recreation, tourism, environmental stewardship, and public safety. Self-funded, the Port reinvests the revenues from hundreds of businesses back into its communities and local economy.
Prior to joining the Port of San Diego, Brianne worked for Donate Life California – the state organ, eye and tissue donor registry (a cause close to her heart as her dad saved and healed 52 people as a tissue donor upon his death); KUSI-TV in San Diego where she earned an Emmy nomination in news producing; and WOI-TV in her hometown of Des Moines, Iowa.
Brianne has been involved in PRSA SD/IC since September 2012, serving on the New Pros Committee and as professional development co-chair for the board of directors. She is currently the secretary on the board.
Brianne earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and mass communications with an emphasis in electronic media studies and a minor in English from Iowa State University.