<strong>PRSSA Latin American Competition 2022: Rising PR Talents from Latin America</strong>

PRSSA Latin American Competition 2022: Rising PR Talents from Latin America

The second annual PRSSA Latin case study competition, The International Communication Challenge 2022, took place this past October. Having started in 2021, this annual competition assembles the PRSSA Latin Chapters to work together and apply their PR knowledge to create and implement a public relations campaign.  This year’s case study was hosted by Universidad de Medellín (UdeM) from Colombia in partnership […]

<strong>The Spirit of Delta </strong>

The Spirit of Delta 

Delta Air Lines’ COVID-19 vaccination campaign, “Protected together. Connected together” exceeded its objective by 20%. The campaign gave a glimpse into airline crisis communications. Airline public relations is not the most popular career amongst young PR students, but maybe it should be.  Delta Air Lines, named to J.D. Power’s Best Airlines list in 2021, has many opportunities for PR professionals […]

Motherhood Empowers Women to Succeed in PR 

Motherhood Empowers Women to Succeed in PR 

I stared down at the two thick lines on the stick of plastic in disbelief. Positive. Though my symptoms over the past few weeks had already confirmed my suspicions, I couldn’t quite believe I was pregnant — again. A million thoughts raced through my mind, but one blasted through all the others: How on earth was I going to finish […]

<strong>The Future of Public Relations Must Be Inclusive </strong>

The Future of Public Relations Must Be Inclusive 

As public relations professionals, it’s our job to understand our audiences well. This means understanding consumers on a personal level; but how could you possibly understand an individual who comes from a completely different walk of life?  While the answer to this question isn’t always easy, our generation can commit to improving the PR industry by seeking and supporting more […]

<strong>The Disadvantage that can become an Advantage: The Dyslexic Voice</strong>

The Disadvantage that can become an Advantage: The Dyslexic Voice

Going back to the third grade, the teacher passes out a piece of paper and tells the class that we will have a timed writing assignment on the chapter we just read. For the average student, this might be scary, but doable. For a student who has dyslexia, however, this task seems impossible.  Timed writing is difficult for students with […]

Using PR To Help Others

Using PR To Help Others

Public relations is often confused with marketing and advertising. Although there is much overlap between these groups, public relations is often overlooked, and its benefits are forgotten. One aspect of PR that must never be forgotten, however, is its ability to help others. Many clients are often looking to spread the word about an important topic. As a PR professional, […]

Diversity and Political Communication: A Debt to be Paid

Diversity and Political Communication: A Debt to be Paid

Diversity tends to be approached with great caution from political communication professionals, but why? Personally, I believe that this is due to the fear that political parties have of losing voters if they take a position that may be controversial. This statement stands true not only when talking about problems facing the LGBTIQ+ community, but also when looking at people […]

The Campaign that Made Society Aware of Unwanted Loneliness

The Campaign that Made Society Aware of Unwanted Loneliness

Llorente y Cuenca (LLYC) is a Spanish consulting agency specializing in communication, reputation management, and public affairs with offices in several countries. At the end of 2019, LLYC partnered with BBK, a Spanish banking foundation with a passion for social projects. Together, they created a high-impact campaign that became a clear example of how to combine communication, effectiveness, and creativity.  […]