PRSSA Speaker Re-Cap: Rachel Bryson

By: Kelly Nolan On Nov. 15, Rachel Bryson, director of communications for the American Trauma Society, presented “Trauma Prevention Through Communications” to PRSSA members. Bryson’s presentation detailed her daily tasks as a director of communications, what it is like to work in nonprofit public relations and her advice for all future communications professionals. Bryson earned…

Mastering Time Management

By: Morisa Young College can become overwhelming very quickly — getting involved, doing your homework, don’t forget socializing and getting a decent amount of sleep. But what do you do when you find yourself with a full schedule and not enough time to get it all done? Time management is an important skill to master.…

Capitalizing on the ‘Nasty Woman’

By: Kayla Ramans Whether or not you watched the third and final debate on Oct. 19 between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, you may have heard about Trump’s ‘Nasty Woman’ comment. If you haven’t, Clinton was talking about raising taxes and social security when Trump interrupted her and called her ‘a nasty woman.’ The full…

PRSSA Speaker Re-Cap: Anita Brightman

By: Isabella Fordyce Anita Brightman, along with her husband, TJ Brightman, gave PRSSA members a glimpse into the struggles she’s faced as a woman starting and running her own company. A. Bright Idea Advertising and Public Relations is celebrating it’s 20th birthday this year, and while it likes to “fly under the radar,” it would…