PR Pro Tips from the 2015 Western District’s Conference in April

By Julie Smith-Taylor, APR Taylor & Coates PR More than 250 PR pros gathered in Huntington Beach, April 21 to 23, to gain some valuable skills, learn some new tricks of the trade and network at the Western District Conference. Hosted by the Orange County Chapter, this year’s theme...

A Young Professional’s Path to PR

By Miranda Brown Natalie Mason is the president of the Public Relations Student Society of America at San Diego State University. As a graduating senior, she has already had a wide scope of professional experience, along with a public relations major and minors in Spanish and sociology. She currently...

Journalist Spotlight: Andrew Dyer, San Diego CityBeat

Full Name: Andrew Dyer Title: Beer Columnist Organization: San Diego CityBeat Years in news production: 1 Hometown: San Antonio, TX Current Community: Chula Vista, CA 1. Describe your job in one sentence, being as specific as possible. I write about the craft beer industry in San Diego and the...

Chapter Launches New Blog

Posted by Blake Nelson, APR, PRSA SD/IC Chapter President Founder, My Sage PR Listen. Engage. Initiate dialogue. Seek consensus. Repeat. This is a model for building trust and relationships with those who share a stake in issues — positive or negative — that impact our clientele. It’s the foundation...

PRSA SD-IC Blog Guidelines for Writers

The PRSA San Diego Imperial County chapter’s editorial mission is to advance the practice of public relations by providing a forum for members to engage in dialogue with PRSA leadership, exchange viewpoints and share perspectives on issues of mutual concern within our industry. Our intention is to provide thoughtful...