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    Spotlight: Alisa Crider

    We're starting a new feature, showcasing the best our PRSA chapter has to offer - YOU!

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    Pandemic: We Need a Playbook for PR Professionals

    PRSA Hampton Roads put together a week of virtual chats for local PR professionals to come together and discuss challenges and victories during this unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic time.

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    Spotlight: Sid Bridge, APR

    We're starting a new feature, showcasing the best our PRSA chapter has to offer - YOU!

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    #PRinAction

    Congrats to our members from Cox for putting their #PRinAction to help their Virginia representative win the Cox Conserves Heroes program!

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    There is still time to achieve your 2019 goals!

    There is still time to achieve your 2019 goals! Our gift to you this season is a free membership to your local Chapter (PRSA Hampton Roads) and a $25 Amazon gift card when you join with code HOLIDAY19. Become a member of the largest organization serving t

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    #PRinAction

    Virginia Department of Transportation, we see your #PRinAction with those festive holiday posts! Great job bringing cheer into important messaging about safe travel.

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    #PRinAction

    YWCA South Hampton Roads, we loved seeing you surprise your 2020 YWCA Woman of Distinction nominees on Facebook!

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    PRSAHR Announces Winners of Annual Awards Competition

    The Public Relations Society of America’s Hampton Roads Chapter (PRSA-HR) announced the winners of its annual Pinnacle Awards competition at a lunch meeting on November 20 at the Norfolk Yacht and Country Club.

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    #PRinAction

    We see your #PRinAction Sally Kirby Hartman, using an expert column to spread the word about the generosity of the Hampton Roads Community Foundation's donors.

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    How do You Make the Unconscious Conscious?

    At our Oct. 16 breakfast workshop, we took a deep dive into identifying our unconscious biases (yes, we all have them) and discussing tools to be more inclusive and effective in our communication.

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