Elevating the Profession | Quickstart Leadership Conference 2018

elevating the profession

Location: Fahlgren Mortine ▪ 4030 Easton Station, Suite 300 ▪ Columbus, OH
Hotel: Courtyard Columbus Easton ▪ 3900 Morse Crossing ▪ Columbus, OH

If you weren’t able to join us for this outstanding and well-rated event, or if you want to revisit the great things you learned, just visit the topic links below, plus take a look at the fun we had with Central Ohio Chapter and East Central District friends Friday night.










Saturday, September 15, 2018

PRSA East Central District Overview





Andrea Clark, APR, Chair, PRSA ECD


PRSA National Update and Overview






Crystal DeStefano, Fellow PRSA, PRSA Northeast Regional Representative


Working as a District to Transition PRSSA Members to PRSA





National Faculty Advisor for PRSSA and Central Ohio Chapter Board Member, Dr. Alisa Agozzino, Ph.D., APR, Associate Professor of Public Relations at Ohio Northern University


Chapter Programming Best Practices






Robin Klaene, Program Chair, PRSA Cincinnati


Strategic Planning and Chapter Operations






Deanna Tomaselli, Public Service Chair, PRSA Pittsburgh


Diversity & Inclusion Best Practices at the Chapter Level

Jaron M. Terry, MS, APR, Fellow PRSA, Member, PRSA National Diversity & Inclusion Committee, and PRSA Central Ohio; Gayle Saunders, APR, CEO – The Saunders Company, PRSA Central Ohio and Shanikka Flinn, Diversity & Inclusion Committee Chair, PRSA Central Ohio


Promoting APR and the Code of Ethics

Megan Soule, APR, President-Elect, PRSA Detroit


Roundtable Discussion on General Chapter Leadership Questions and Ideas

Facilitated by Adrienne Wallace, APR, PRSA ECD Board


Closing Remarks








East Central District Chair-elect Jennifer Flowers-Kolf, APR (right), presented the Chair’s plaque to 2018 ECD Chair Andrea Clark, APR, to conclude the 2018 QuickStart Leadership Conference.