September 4, 2015

2015 PRSA Copper Anvils Showcase the Best in Public Relations

Earning a Copper Anvil Award is regarded as one of the highest honors for Arizona #PR practitioners. Over the years, the Copper Anvil Awards have recognized […]
August 19, 2015

How often do you measure your success?

Earlier last week, I attended the Phoenix PRSA Luncheon, Measuring Your Mid-Year Campaign. What I love about local PRSA events is the opportunity to hear from […]
July 8, 2015

Rising Social Media Tools

Recently, I wrote a blog post recapping a Phoenix PRSA discussion on new marketing strategies and tactics. The luncheon discussion provided so much information that I […]
April 2, 2015

Celebrate What’s Right

Renowned photographer Dewitt Jones has become a top speaker, author, movie director and corporate trainer. As if spending 20 years taking pictures for National Geographic wasn’t […]
April 17, 2014

Four Years in One Moment

Today’s blog is a guest post by Kelly’s Phoenix PRSA mentee Emily Wininger, a senior at ASU. Emily takes us through her process of writing and defending […]
October 1, 2013

Tip for Tuesday – How to pitch journalists

This past Saturday, I attended Phoenix PRSA’s 9th annual publicity summit. The keynote speaker was the wonderful Paula Pedene. The topic of her speech was “Top […]
December 5, 2012

Meaning, Memories Made with PRSA Pals

Since college, two things have been a constant in my life - HMA and PRSA Phoenix. Last night, I had the great pleasure of helping put […]
October 24, 2012

Are you law breaking blogger?

      We’ve all done it. If you blog, you’re probably guilty. If you’ve posted, shared or tweeted an image, you’re guilty. The crime: Pulling […]
June 20, 2012

"What is…" Wednesday – What is a winning award entry?

PRSA Phoenix Copper Anvil entries are due in less than two weeks, information of which can be found here. While the Copper Anvils are a huge […]
June 13, 2012

“What is…” Wednesday – What is your boss not telling you?

I recently participated in the PRSA New Pros Brown Bag discussion “What PR Bosses Wish Their New PR Pros Would Do But Won’t Tell Them” led […]