After doing a substantial amount of research, we identified what our community needed, and we got to work to deliver it to them. We created programs to help women navigate in their careers, mentorship opportunities, and an entire catalogue of public relations courses to help others keep up with PR, media, and digital marketing trends.
Everything begins with an idea. Talia Beckett Davis had one to start a networking, coaching, idea-sharing, and training group dedicated specifically to women in public relations.
Canadian Women in Public Relations launched in Toronto and we expanded into the USA. American Women in Public Relations was launched in New York City and the USA Advisory Council was formed.
Canadian Women in Public Relations launched in Vancouver and Calgary. Our Canadian advisory council was formed. Women working in PR started asking what city we were coming to next!
Started a new magazine for women in public relations, and a premium job board for senior leadership positions.
Launched the Public Relations Academy online training and coaching program. Formed a new research partnership with the European Public Relations Education and Research Association.
Launched the Collective Club for Women in PR globally and our annual PR Leadership Conference.
Conducted research with our partner organizations. Continued to expand our Chapters across the Americas.
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We are discussing something that affects all of us, regardless of industry – how to navigate a woman’s career in business.
We host live events in cities across North America to connect our community. You can also join us globally for our online PR Talks and Collective Club membership to help you grow in your career or business.
While PR attracts more than its fair share of female talent, there are still too few women at the top of our field as agency heads or chief communications officers.
We are creating opportunities for women to speak at events and become more visible. There is a lack of speaking opportunities for women in PR at workshops and conferences; panel sessions are male dominated.
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