(NEW YORK -- Feb. 1, 2017) -- The Organization of American Women in Public Relations (Women in PR USA™), the group that was developed to connect women leaders in public relations across North America, has announced the addition of nine new members to serve on the organization’s national advisory council in 2017.
HMA Public Relations Vice President/General Manager Abbie S. Fink is among the newly appointed directors. Other directors located across the U.S. include: Deirdre Breakenridge (New Jersey), Shonali Burke (Washington, D.C.), Gini Dietrich (Chicago), Shannon Furey (New Jersey), Michelle Garrett (Columbus, Ohio), Rebekah Iliff (San Francisco), Crosby Noricks (San Diego), and Nicole Rodrigues (Los Angeles).
“I am thrilled to be a part of this organization, dedicated to advancing our profession,” said Fink. “And to work alongside some of our industry’s strongest women leaders is indeed an honor.”
Advisory council members will be officially welcomed at a launch celebration in New York City on June 8, 2017 (Women in PR New York™). The organization intends to build chapters across the country.
The Organization of American Women in Public Relations (Women in PR USA™) is a division of The Organization of Canadian Women in Public Relations Ltd. Together, the organizations form the networking group Women in PR North America™.
For more information, visit http://womeninpr.com/.
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