Upcoming Events

Nov 12

6th Annual PRestige Awards - Virtual

The PRestige Awards, presented by PRSA Tampa Bay and sponsored by Business Wire, recognize outstanding public relations programs and tactics by PR professionals and students.

Chapter News

In PRSA, I Found a Community That Inspires

I realized this isn’t just an organization where people occasionally meet up and possibly promote their business. Rather, it is an inclusive group of public relations professionals who strive to inform and educate each other.
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Looking at Diversity through a Communications Lens

By understanding each individual is unique and has individual differences, we as public relations professionals need to practice diversity communications every day. To learn more, here are some good and bad examples of diversity in the media.
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Member Spotlight: Colin Trethewey, APR

Meet Colin Trethewey, APR, co-founder and principal of the public relations firm PRmediaNow, and co-chair of our Awards Committee
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About Us

The Tampa Bay Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) is the premier public relations organization in the Tampa Bay area. PRSA Tampa Bay is one of the largest and most well-established professional organizations in the communications industry, serving more than 200 members across west central Florida. Join us to take full advantage of our professional development and networking opportunities. 

Diversity & Inclusion

PRSA's new 2020-2022 Diversity & Inclusion Strategic Plan represents a “shared model” for action. Together, we are embarking on a journey that is transparent, intentional and consistent, pushing thoughtful efforts and actions as we accept the call to bring PRSA’s vision to reality in Tampa Bay. Find out more!

PRSSA Mentor Program

PRSA Tampa Bay has launched a new mentor program with the University of South Florida's PRSSA chapter. The program was created to bridge the gap between Tampa Bay PR professionals and students who are preparing to begin a career in public relations. To learn more, click here.