POSTPONED: September Professional Development Luncheon
We have decided to postpone the September Professional Development Luncheon as a result of schedules impacted by Hurricane Florence.
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience, and are working closely with our partners and panelists to make this event happen at a later date, likely in early 2019. We look forward to sharing an update in the coming weeks.
An email will be sent to each confirmed registrant about an event credit or refund.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to our neighbors in Eastern North Carolina who were greatly impacted by Hurricane Florence.
For questions, please contact Maggie McDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ethics in the Media: PRSA Ethic’s Month
“They said WHAT?!”: Truth in a New Era of Campaign Communications
From smear tactics to rough and tumble rhetoric, it’s easy to beg the question: Is there room for ethics in political campaign communications? With the upcoming North Carolina general election this November, it’s the perfect time to evaluate this question and discuss where boundaries exist when it comes to ethics in campaign strategy.
Join us on Thursday, September 20 as we bring together a panel of local experts to evaluate the current political landscape – on both a national and state level – as it relates to communications & ethics.