GSPRA has been awarded a "Mark of Distinction" by the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA). The organization was recognized for its conference "School PR All Stars: Get Your Head in the Game!" This recognition recognizes the efforts of state chapters in supporting NSPRA’s mission of building support for education through responsible public relations that leads to success for all students. GSPRA was also an NSPRA Exemplary Chapter in 2019.
GSPRA Annual Publications Contest and Professional Awards
Submissions are now open for GSPRA’s 2020 Publications Contest and Professional Awards! The applications open Tues., Oct. 13 and close Tues., Nov. 3.
Click here for details on the Publications Contest.
Click here for details on Professional Awards.
NSPRA Executive Board
Congratulations to Yolanda Stephen, APR for being named to the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) Executive Board! Yolanda is the immediate past president of GSPRA and is the director of public relations for the Troup County School System in LaGrange. Yolanda will serve as a national voice in her role as vice president for diversity engagement for NSPRA.
Congratulations to all of our members who have earned their Accreditation in Public Relations! These individuals successfully completed their panel review and online test to earn accreditation. APRs distinguish themselves as leaders, strategic communicators, and lifelong learners in the competitive public relations field.
Pat Holloway, APR (Dalton Public Schools)
Anisa Sullivan Jimenez, APR (Oconee County Schools)
Laura Nurse, APR (Gwinnett County Public Schools)
Susan Romanick, APR (Fulton County School System)
Yolanda Stephen, APR (Troup County Schools)
Interested in earning your APR? Contact Accreditation Chair Pat Holloway!
GSPRA members enjoy monthly professional development with one-hour webinars. Recent topics include communicating in the time of COVID-19, as well as a focus on diversity and inclusion. The October webinar is below: