Celebrating Black PR History: Diverse Voices
For our fourth annual BlackPRHistory event, we are exploring the subject through the personal histories of industry leaders from agencies, corporations and academia. These esteemed panelists are all contributors to Diverse Voices: Profiles in Leadership, the first-of-a-kind book sponsored by the PRSA Foundation and published last year by PRMuseum Press. During this program, panelists will bring their Diverse Voices to life. This event is brought to you by the Museum of Public Relations in partnership with the PRSA Foundation and the Black Public Relations Society (BPRS) – NY chapter.
Jan. 30, 6–8:30 p.m.
85 Broad Street, 27 floor
YOU MUST REGISTER to attend this free event. Please use the form at the bottom of this page. Seating is limited so please register early. The evening’s event will be followed by a network reception and book signing and will be live streamed on our Facebook page.
Judith Harrison (emcee)
SVP, D&I, Weber Shandwick, past president PRSA Foundation, current president, New York Women in Communications
Assistant professor at Elon University's School of Communication
Senior Partner, Finn Partners
President, National Black Public Relations Society, and President, Foote Communications
Former speechwriter to President Clinton
Social and Influencer Communications Lead, Global Markets, IBM
Sponsorship levels (Individual contributions welcome)
Bronze Level $1,500
At the $1,500+ "bronze" support level, your organization's logo or name will appear in the "Celebrating Black PR History: Diverse Voices" program; on The Museum of Public Relations website; at the event venue; and be announced as sponsor in the welcome remarks.
Silver Level $2,500
At the $2,500+ “silver” support level, your organization's logo or name will appear in the "Celebrating Black PR History: Diverse Voices" program, on The Museum of Public Relations website, at the event venue, and be announced as sponsor in the welcome remarks.
Gold Level $5,000
At the $5,000+ “gold” support level, your organization’s logo or name will appear largest among sponsors at the "Celebrating Black PR History: Diverse Voices" event; as exclusive sponsor at the networking reception following the event; largest in the event program; on the Museum of Public Relations website; and be announced first as sponsor in the welcome remarks.
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