The Future of CPRS
Background on the initiative:
the release of the Elevation
of Public Relations white paper authored by Dan Tisch, APR, FCPRS,
the Future of CPRS Committee (FCPRSC) conducted an online survey between
mid-June and mid-July to test the themes outlined in the whitepaper. More than
200 people, both members and non-members, participated in the survey.
The FCPRSC spent the summer analyzing the findings of the survey and feedback
gathered from approximately 200 professionals during the 2017 National
Conference discussions on #AlternativePR. The results can be found in the “What
We Heard” document, and influenced the proposed Strategic Framework for CPRS.
What can I do to be part of this initiative?
- Review the ‘What We Heard’ document and proposed Strategic Framework that was released to
the broader membership and public relations industry on January 10, 2018.
- View the webinar presented January 17, 2018 for an overview of the ‘What We Heard’ and the proposed Strategic Framework. Click here to view the recorded webinar.
- Provide feedback on the Strategic Framework by completing the online survey
between January 10 - 31, 2018.
of the Future of CPRS Committee (FCPRSC)
Colleen Killingsworth, MCM, APR, FCPRS, Co-Chair (CPRS Calgary)
Grace Diffey, APR, FCPRS (CPRS Hamilton)
Kim Blanchette, APR, FCPRS, Co-Chair (CPRS
Daniel Granger, APR, FCPRS (SQPRP)
Michelle James (CPRS Regina)
Lloyd (CPRS Manitoba)
Richard Truscott, MBA, APR (CPRS Calgary)
Sarah Hanel, MBA, APR, National President (CPRS Vancouver Island)
Dana Dean, APR, FCPRS, National Vice President (CPRS Toronto)