About the Communicators Conference
From left: Colby Reade, APR; Taraneh Fultz, APR, 2007 and 2008 chair; Mark Mohammadpour, APR; Julie Williams, APR; Russell Yost, APR, 2014 chair; Dave Thompson, APR; Dianne Danowski Smith, APR, Fellow PRSA; Tom Unger, APR, Fellow PRSA, Barbara Kerr, APR; and Chuck Williams, APR. Photo: Jojoe Nujoy / PRSA Portland.
Since 1996, the annual Communicators Conference has been the premier professional development opportunity for communicators in the Portland metropolitan area.
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The Communicators Conference was founded by the Portland Metro Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) and the Oregon-Columbia Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC).
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About PRSA Portland Metro Chapter
The PRSA Portland Metro Chapter was formed in 1960. It is currently one of the most active PRSA chapters in the nation with nearly 250 members. The mission of the Portland Metro Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America is to advance the art and science of public relations in the public interest through:
- Encouraging research, discussion and study of the problems and techniques of the public relations profession;
- Strengthening and maintaining the highest standards of service and ethical conduct by all members of the profession;
- Exchanging the ideas and experiences, and collecting and disseminating information that may enhance or improve the professional knowledge, standards, ethics and standing of the membership; and
- Promoting supportive networking among members.
For more information visit prsapdx.org.