Launch Celebration to be held April 27, 2017 at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
The Organization of Canadian Women in Public Relations (Women in PR Canada) is pleased to announce the Toronto Chapter launch celebration will be held on April 27, 2017 at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts.
The organization was developed to enable groups of women leaders in public relations across North America to come together to share ideas, contacts and experiences, and to advocate for major issues directly affecting women working in the PR industry today.
“The expansion of our organization across Canada marks an important milestone in our efforts to educate women in public relations and to help them advance in the field across North America,” says Talia Beckett Davis, Chairwoman & President. “One of our main goals when forming this organization was to provide a place for women to thrive earlier in their careers and to strengthen the capabilities of established leaders in the PR industry.”
Organized by a team of experts in public relations, the Toronto launch event on April 27, 2017 at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts will look at What’s Next for Women in Canada’s PR Industry, discuss misconceptions and redefine perceptions for our field.
Speakers Include: Chitra Anand, Doctoral Researcher and Professor; Scott Evans, General Manager, Edelman Toronto; Christine Faulhaber, President & CEO, Faulhaber Communications; Daniela Kelloway, Founder and CEO, ClutchPR; Bunmi Adeoye, Vice-President at NKPR Inc.
The event will be moderated by Vanessa Morcom, Owner and Publicist, Morcom Media; PR Lead, ME to WE. Complimentary head shots will be provided by PartyPix.
Date: April 27, 2017
Time: 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Location: Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
Cost: $79.99 – $149.99
Exhibitor Tables: Showcase your products and services at the Women in PR Canada event. A limited number of applications for exhibitor tables are being accepted. You can purchase your table online here.
Women in PR Canada aims to become an important source of information for women in the field, a key player in the rapidly changing industry, and a global champion of women business leaders.
The organization is building chapters across Canada and the USA and will be proactively reaching out to event partners, sponsors and PR industry leaders over the coming months to seek input into future activities. The team is committed to maintaining a high caliber of programs for members and aims to become a thought leader and influencer in the field of public relations.
Through student, individual and corporate subscriptions, members have access to online courses, resources, case studies and networking opportunities. Memberships are reciprocal across Canada and the USA.
For more information, visit www.womeninpr.com