QuickStart Leadership Conference 2019
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.
PRSA also hosted a focus group Friday on diversity and inclusion.
Saturday, September 14, 2019
PRSA East Central District Overview
Jennifer Flowers-Kolf, APR, Chair, PRSA ECD
The State of PRSA National: Recruiting and Retention in Membership
Jay Starr, Senior VP of Membership, PRSA
Being Deliberate: Diversity & Inclusion in PRSA Chapters – Building An Inclusive Chapter
Shanita Baraka Akintonde, MBA, M.Ed., DTM, 2019 National Chair PRSA Diversity & Inclusion Committee, Columbia College Chicago
Dream Bigger: What if we created a PR, social media, influencer relations and executive thought leadership program for our PRSA Chapters?
Katie (Riehl) Wilson, Director of Client Service, Belle Communication Columbus Ohio
Constructing and Maintaining an Award-Winning Partnership with Future Members
Jennifer Kramer, APR, Akron PRSA with Sophia Iannelli, & Vanessa Gresley Kent State PRSSA
Diversity & Inclusion Efforts at PRSSA Level: Recruiting & Maintaining Millennial & Gen Z
Delaney MacKenzie, President at Grand Valley State University PRSSA & Emily Gagnon, CEO at GrandPR
Participation in Associations – What the Research Says: How to Stop the Brain Drain
Andrea Clark, APR, Kellogg Company, ECD Immediate Past Chair
East Central District Chair-elect Adrienne Wallace, PhD, presented the Chair’s plaque to 2019 ECD Chair Jennifer Flowers-Kolf, APR, to conclude the 2019 QuickStart Leadership Conference.