Lisa Osborne Ross, President of Edelman Washington D.C., will be the keynote speaker at PRSA-National Capital Chapter’s first PR Day program for students, Monday, April 30, 3:00-7:00 pm, at the George Washington University Science & Engineering Hall on 22nd Street, NW, in Washington, D.C.

Ross will offer attendees a perspective on living your truth and finding your happiness; and will speak on the importance of finding mentors and being authentic to yourself, in both the professional and personal sides of your life.

According to event co-organizer Kelsey O’Planick, PR Day is an opportunity for students to learn, network and grow professionally; as well as gain feedback on their resumes, meet students from other universities, network with professionals and hear from speakers currently working in PR.

The program will begin with a resume review and networking session, followed by the keynote and then an Industry Snapshot session, with eight panelists, designed to provide a view of the many types of PR professionals in DC. Experts from local contractors, government, agencies, corporations and consultancies will provide their perspectives. PR Day will culminate with a networking and happy hour.

For students looking for a professional headshot that can be used on social media, there will also be an opportunity to request a specific time after registering.

Complete details and registration information for PR Day is available at https://www.prsa-ncc.org/pr-day-featured-program-students

The National Capital Chapter of PRSA (PRSA-NCC) is a professional public relations association of more than 1,100 members in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan region. PRSA-NCC provides professional development programs, accreditation instruction, networking and contributions to a local nonprofit.  PRSA-NCC also promotes public relations education through five area Public Relations Society of America student chapters. Additional information is available at www.prsa-ncc.org and (703) 691-9212.

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