PRSA Portland Metro Chapter

Public Relations Society of America Portland Metro Chapter

Serving more than 250 public relations professionals in Oregon and Southwest Washington, the chapter supports lifelong professional development and honors excellence in public relations. More than one-fifth of Portland Metro Chapter members have earned Accreditation in Public Relations (APR), the profession’s only national post-graduate certification program. Six chapter members have been elected to the PRSA College of Fellows, considered the pinnacle of a professional career.

Upcoming events

Fireside Chat

Join your 2015 Chapter President Taraneh Fultz, APR, for a “fireside chat” at Sisters Coffee Company in the Pearl. Members, prospective members, volunteers  and entrepreneurs are encouraged to drop by for coffee and conversation. Some of the things we’ve helped with in the past: Interested in volunteering? Want to learn more about membership? New to Portland […]

  • Sisters Coffee Company - The Pearl 1235 Northwest Marshall Street Portland, OR 97209
  • 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

  • 05-12-2015

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Save-the-date: 2016 PRSA International Conference

USA Today voted Indianapolis the #1 convention city in the US. Lonely Planet named it Best in the US. Indy is a destination that has grown beyond its reputation for hoops and fast cars. We invite you to experience a collection of world-class museums, innovative attractions, inspired chefs and a Downtown that is only getting […]

  • JW Marriott Indianapolis, 10 S West St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
  • October 22 - 25

  • 22-10-2016

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The latest from the PRemiere blog

  • 2 JOB POSTINGS – VP Major Gifts, Data and Field Service Specialists – United Way

Vice President-Major Gifts United Way of the Columbia-Willamette has embarked on a ten-year campaign to break the cycle of childhood poverty. Success requires changing results for 50,000 kids and their families in our four county region and enlisting 60,000 people to make sure that happens. We are hiring a Vice President of Major Gifts to […]

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  • Ethics Column #8: How the sexes treat each other at work

by Kathy Hubbell, APR, Fellow PRSA Ethics Consultant and Chair, Professional Development Plans Committee This month’s topic is close to my heart, and so there has been writing and rewriting of this column. It’s tempting to write only about misogyny in the workplace – those too-often sexist, patronizing, demeaning attitudes some men take toward women. […]

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  • Footprints on the path to the PRSA College of Fellows

The journey begins It has been said that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. My journey to the PRSA College of Fellows began when I walked into a federal office building in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to assume my first job in public relations. Other jobs followed across the country and around […]

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  • PR Specialist at C Squared Advertising

As a PR Specialist at C Squared Advertising, your job will be to help our clients gain recognition as credible thought leaders within the building products industry and beyond. Your primary focus will be on national, regional and local media relations with trade and consumer media. C Squared Advertising is looking for an accomplished PR […]

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Chief Mike Duyck
  • Hillsboro Argus: Tualatin Valley Fire chief honored for promoting CPR app

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue Fire Chief Mike Duyck’s work in spreading CPR knowledge was honored Oct. 15 during the 2015 Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Portland Metro Chapter Spotlight Awards ceremony. Read full story at

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