August 2004

PRSA president-elect
to speak in Indianapolis

Judy Phair photoThese are critical times for the public relations profession. Our profession is changing, as are the national and international culture and marketplace in which we work. Jobs are more scarce -- and more competitive, while financial scandals have weakened public confidence and eroded trust in the corporate, nonprofit and government sectors. Yet, this is also a period of great opportunity for the PR profession.

Judy Phair, president-elect of PRSA, will discuss how we can weather the current storms and gather our resources to emerge as a strong, more influential, more credible profession in the future.

Judy is president of PhairAdvanage Communications, a Washington, DC, public relations and marketing consulting firm with a special focus on education and nonprofit associations. The firm's range of services includes strategic planning, government relations, media relations, editorial services and events management.

Phair has won numerous awards for her work in PR, marketing and crisis communications. She has been a member of the PRSA board of directors since 2000.

Register by August 6.


Maggiano's Little Italy Restaurant
3550 E. 86th St.


Wednesday, August 11


Registration, 11:30 a.m.
Lunch and program, Noon
Program ends by 1:15 p.m.


Members, $20
Guests, $25
Students, $15

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