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June 6, 2018

In this issue:


President's Message: PRSA Colorado Not Slowing Down



June 20 Luncheon: RiNo Communications, The Art of Storytelling


You may remember when Ink Coffee in Five Points — one of the four complex neighborhoods in the River North Art District (RiNo) — proudly displayed a sidewalk sign with the message: “Happily Gentrifying the Neighborhood Since 2014.” The resulting media put a spotlight on RiNo, gentrification and how burgeoning neighborhoods balance the needs of the community and the opportunity for growth.  

 
Join us
June 20 for an inside look at the challenging dynamics behind one of the hottest, growing areas of Denver, and how officials engage in a multi-pronged storytelling effort to maintain an authentic and inclusive community. Read more about RiNo.
 
RiNo Communications: The art of storytelling — A Kaleidoscope of Perceptions Tearing Down, Rebuilding & Raising Brand Awareness
Wednesday, June 20, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Early-bird registration
PPA Event Center
2105 Decatur Street
Denver, CO 80211



PRSA Colorado Celebrates Two Newly Accredited Members


PRSA Colorado continues to be a leading force in advancing the profession through accreditation. Congratulations to Rick Curtsinger, APR, and Michelle Baum, APR, our newest accredited members! Both will be honored at our upcoming June Luncheon. Meet Rick and Michelle, and learn more about how the APR is a test and testament of professional expertise, ethics and dedication within today’s dynamic PR and communications environment.


Heather Johnson, chair of PRSA Colorado D&I Committee


COMMITTEE PROFILE: D&I, Making Sense for PRSA Colorado


Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) may seem like workplace jargon, but for PRSA Colorado, D&I just makes sense. Learn more about PRSA Diversity and Inclusion from Heather Johnson and find out how she and the board are ramping up the chapter’s D&I Committee.



Gold Pick Awards Recap: Winners Showcase


It was quite an evening last month at the Gold Pick Awards as PR pros from across the state gathered to celebrate incredible and impactful campaigns over the past year. More than 100 entries representing businesses, agencies and nonprofit organizations in Colorado were submitted this year; each judged on key metrics including research, planning, implementation and evaluation. Get the full story.


Amy Sperber, APR, president of PRSA Colorado


It's Our Diamond Anniversary: Help Us Celebrate 60 Years of PRSA Colorado


This year marks our chapter’s 60th — or diamond — anniversary. As we celebrate our diamond jubilee throughout 2018, we’re looking back over our history of serving public relations and communications professionals in Colorado. Read more about how you can preserve your memories in our Diamond Anniversary Time Capsule and how you can contribute to our organization’s future through our $60 for 60 fund.

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