Four Approaches to Overcoming Adversity

Four Approaches to Overcoming Adversity

I attended FPRA’s Capital Chapter monthly meeting last week and heard Steven Moore share his amazing story of overcoming adversity and succeeding. He offered a four-point strategy that can be applied in many aspects of our lives – personal or professional.

Become a CapChap Leader!

Become a CapChap Leader!

From board members to committee chairs, there are a variety of positions available to take your FPRA membership to the next level.

Stanley Tait Professional Award for Service

The Stanley Tait Professional Award for Service to the Capital Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association has been established as the highest, most prestigious award of the Chapter. The award honors the spirit, professionalism, and leadership of Stanley Tait, award-winning counselor and mentor to many within the Chapter. The purpose of the award is […]

The History of the Capital Chapter

The FPRA Capital Chapter, formerly known as the Hush Puppy Chapter, was founded on September 6, 1956. The chapter has been very strong over the years and it continues to thrive today, due in no small part to the active group of past presidents and senior-level members who remain involved with the chapter and enthusiastically share their expertise when needed.

What Public Sector Agencies Can Learn From Private Sector Branding

What Public Sector Agencies Can Learn From Private Sector Branding By: Michelle Ubben, Partner & COO, Ron Sachs Communications   This week, Ron Sachs Communications helped the Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs launch its new brand, defining and refining this critical agency with an eye to its most important audiences — the 1.6 million veterans who […]

FPRA Foundation Student Scholarship Available

Florida Public Relations Education Foundation Student Scholarship The FPRE Foundation will offer one $1,500 scholarship to a student this year. The application was sent out to State Board Members, student members and faculty advisors the first week of January. To be eligible, candidates must be enrolled in a public relations major or emphasis track at a four-year university or […]