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"Social Media - How it is Impacting our Industry and our Lives"

Date: Wednesday, May 27

Time: 11:30am to 1:30pm

Cost: $25 members; $40 nonmembers (add $5 for walk-ins)

Location: Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications First Amendment Forum in downtown Phoenix

Address: 555 N. Central, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (2nd Floor)

Details: Over the past year, social media has become of paramount importance to our industry. It is affecting us on a strategic, tactical and even personal level. So, Phoenix PRSA has gathered some of the most successful social media practitioners in the Valley to participate in an open panel discussion on the topic. No stone will be left unturned; no question will be left unanswered. Our panelists represent a broad spectrum of our industry as a whole and include:

  • Charlotte Risch, owner of the Media Push PR Agency and freelancer for the Valley PR Blog (representing for agencies)
  • Catherine Herman, director of Corporate Communications for the Arizona Diamondbacks (representing for sports)
  • Andrea Sok, director of Community Relations for the Save the Family Organization (representing for non-profits)
  • Kelley Cooper, internet marketing manager for the Greater Phoenix CVB (representing for tourism)
  • Johna Burke, vice president of BurrellesLuce (representing measurement)

We are also happy to have PR Tactics columnist and local corporate public relations practitioner Ryan Zuk as our moderator for the event and a very special venue - the First Amendment Forum at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications.

Check out a You Tube link about the event and the venue here

We will also be tweeting live from the event and welcome others to do the same under the hash tag #phxprsa so we can keep track of the tweets.

***As we are catering the event at the school, please RSVP to Mary Young here or 480-968-7217 no later than May 20 so we order enough food. In your RSVP please note your Twitter username or Facebook Fan page so we can make available to all event participants***prsa-phoenix

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