Communicating History – Behind the Creation of Florida’s Constitution Revision Commission PR Strategy

  • Location: Aloft Tallahassee Downtown
  • Address: 200 N Monroe St, Tallahassee, FL 32301
  • RSVP Deadline: January 29, 2018 at noon

Complimentary Parking

A lot has evolved since 1998, the last time Florida citizens had the opportunity to change our state constitution through the Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) process. With the explosion of smartphones and a drastically different media landscape, the 2017-2018 CRC demanded an impressive strategy to educate the more than 20 million Floridians who stand to be affected. CRC Director of External Affairs Meredith Beatrice will share how she built this PR strategy from the ground up and how her professional journey brought her from an internship on Capitol Hill to where she is today.


This is a joint program between the Capital Chapter and LeadershipFPRA, a 12-month program providing members with tools to become stronger leaders in their organizations, communities and FPRA. Members of the current class will be joining us as part of their Government/Law/Ethics program in Tallahassee.

About the Speaker

Meredith Beatrice
Director of External Affairs for the 2017-2018 Constitution Revision Commission

  • Manages all media and public relations matters pertaining to the CRC.
  • Responsible for coordinating public hearings across the state to allow Floridians to share ideas with CRC Commissioners.
  • Previously worked as the Director of Communications at the Florida Department of State.
  • Prior to moving to Florida, served as Director of Public Affairs at JDA Frontline in Washington, D.C.
  • Started in communications as an intern on Capitol Hill for U.S. Senator Susan Collins of Maine.
  • Received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and English from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts.


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