Welcome to NCPRSA

Since 1967, NCPRSA has been unified through the strength of a collective vision and powered by the commitment of public relations professionals. Your professional concerns are our focus. Participation in chapter activities will enable you to:

 Demonstrate your professional value to others

Develop your public relations skills

 Develop your managerial skills

Address work/life issues that affect your professional performance

Upcoming Events 

April PD Breakfast 

Start your day learning more about your field. Topic:  "Understanding Your Audience: Building the Accurate Profile"

Location: Rally Point Sport Grill

1837 N. Harrison Avenue (across from the SAS campus) Cary, NC 27513

Time:  7:45am-9:30am

Cost:  $25 Members; $35 Nonmembers; $20 Students

Speaker(s): Pamela Meek, Senior Director of External Communications, SAS

Wilson Raj, Global Director, Customer Intelligence, SAS

What's New

InSpire Awards

Registration is now closed for the 2014 InSpire Awards. Thank you to everyone that submitted a package. 

Please join us on May 7th for the 2014 InSpire Awards Banquet

Click here for more details and registration.


Ezra Klein Headlines the PRSA 2014 Health Academy Conference
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Member Kudos!

Let's tip our hats and saying congratulations to members with outstanding news, awards, and great media coverage.  

This Month's Kudos go to: 


Let us give you your kudos! Send us your news to info@ncprsa.org so NCPRSA can give you a round of applause!





Tips & Information

4 Ways To Target “Diversity Media”

“If you’re a pro at pitching The Wall Street Journal, you should feel just as comfortable pitching Latina magazine or Ebony.com,” writes Lauren Wesley Wilson in a recent post on PRSay

Are you struggling to connect? Wilson offers the following four points to help practitioners best target diversity media:

  1. Build a real relationship.
  2. Send general pitches.
  3. Engage diversity media in your professional organizations.
  4. Ask questions, ask questions, ask questions.  

Read the full post to learn more. A compilation of previous PRSA Black History Month blog posts can be found here.

Join Us

Thank you for your interest in NCPRSA. Membership in PRSA offers public relations professionals unparalleled benefits and opportunities such as professional growth, education, fellowship and networking.

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