We were pumped to have a full (Zoom) house today for “The Power of Reinvention: Five Simple Ways to Get More out of Work and Life…Post Pandemic” with Jes Averhart! If you missed us, the recording is available here.
We’d love to be able to provide our requesting members a roster of folks who they can connect to when the need arises!
RPRS member Melissa Timney is hiring at Pacific Retail Capital Partners/Crabtree Valley Mall. Read on more details about the job opening!
Our RPRS friend Alyssa Parker, Director of Communications at BBB of Eastern North Carolina, Inc., reached out last week to share these two awards opportunities with our membership. We believe all of our member organizations deserve as many opportunities as possible to celebrate their great work, so check out the two award categories now open for entries and if you win, please let us know so we can share in recognizing your organization, too!
We are looking for 10-12 Triangle-area volunteers to serve as judges to review submissions from our partners at the Maine PR Council for their annual awards program.
Have you met our newest Raleigh Public Relations Society member, Lisa Sullivan? Chances are if you’ve been a marketing communications professional in the Triangle within the last 10 years, you’ve had the chance to meet this warm, smiling gal! Her resume includes positions at WNCN, Media Two Interactive, Fonville Morisey Realty, and Coastal Credit Union. […]
Here at the Raleigh Public Relations Society, we know work can get stressful for all of our members, so we invited Melissa Bartoletta, E-RYT 200 Integrated Vinyasa yoga teacher AND marketing professional located in the Triangle area, to lead us in a class of movement you can do at work, at your desk, with no equipment required.
The Tryon Palace Development Office works to build rapport with donors and contributors, manage fundraising efforts, and facilitate grant-writing efforts to support the overall mission of Tryon Palace. Private funding development includes initiating and maintaining relationships with prospective funding sources, conducting prospect research, maintaining a donor and prospect database, providing staff leadership for major capital campaigns and annual giving campaign, and soliciting gifts.
“You’re already networking, but is it working well for you?” That’s the big question our April speaker charged attendees with self-assessing and then gave us the tools to optimize both online and offline connections moving forward.
Today at our first RPRS Lunch & Learn of 2020, we had the pleasure of yielding the floor to Seth Palmer, Director of Regulatory Affairs and External Communications, at NC REALTORS®. Seth gave us generous insight into his daily practices and also generously shared his thought leadership on best practices when executing communications around hot button topics, especially politics in the south!