The Public Relations Society of America is the nation’s largest association of public relations professionals and among the world’s largest associations of communicators. Its tag line is Advancing the Profession and the Professional. Since 1967, the North Carolina Chapter has helped set the standard for excellence in all aspects of the profession.

NCPRSA provides leadership, counsel, understanding, networking and educational growth opportunities for those within the profession and to those who may need public relations services.

  • If you are working in public relations or in the broad field of communications and are not an NCPRSA member, we invite you to look around our site, sample some of our networking and professional development events or give us a call. We’d love to share with you how professionals working in agency, corporate, government, military, faith-based and non-profit organizations benefit from their membership in NCPRSA.
  • If you are seeking public relations services, we can help you refine your search for the best fit for you. PRSA also maintains a speaker’s bureau of senior counselors available to news media, civic and other professional associations who can address the public relations side of current events and issues.


Know-Fight-Win! PR Pro Takeaways from the Biggest and Best Political Campaigns. Join us on Wednesday, February 20 as we bring together a panel of local experts to share their lessons learned—strategies, tactics and ethical dynamics—in the whirlwind world of high-stakes political communications.

NCPRSA InSpire Awards Due April 1!

Entries for the 2019 NCPRSA InSpire Awards will be due April 1, 2019. (Submission form will be available the week of February 18.) The NCPRSA InSpire Awards recognize the best public relations campaigns and tactics for the previous year in the Triangle to Coast area of North Carolina. All public relations practitioners in the region are welcome to participate – you do not need to be a NCPRSA member.


The process of earning the APR helped me transition from PR technician to PR strategist. In the six years since I’ve earned my APR, I have been promoted twice and have earned the respect of colleagues for the expertise that the accreditation has afforded me. The APR redefined my approach to my work so that our campaigns are better developed and ultimately achieve more success. – Connie S. Helmlinger, APR, NC Housing Finance Agency

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