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May 10PRSA Miami Hosts Panel on Restoring Trust and Truth in an Era of Alternative Facts

PRSA Miami invites public relations professionals and the business and legal community to take part in the Wednesday, May 10 ethics discussion on Navigating the Era of Alternative Facts: Restoring Truth and Trust.

The discussion, featuring a panel of experts from journalism, public relations, government  and law, will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the United Way of Miami-Dade County, 3250 SW 3rd Avenue, Ryder Room, Miami. Tickets are $20 for PRSA members, $30 for guests. Lunch is included. Free parking is available in the United Way garage. Register and pay online at www.prsamiami.org.

Panelists will be Nancy Ancrum, editorial page editor, The Miami Herald; Sergio Bustos, senior editor, POLITICO States; Kety Maria Esquivel, senior vice president, Edelman Miami; and Alejandro Miyar, associate, Berger Singerman, and former U.S. Justice Department spokesperson, discussing trust and ethics in the era of alternative facts and fake news. Virgil Scudder, international communications expert, author and In the C Suite columnist with PRSA’s Public Relations Strategies magazine, will be the moderator.

                           

The PRSA Miami Ethics Committee planned the meeting, drawing on current and recent events. Panelists and participants will examine the ever-evolving ethics of communication at a time of eroding trust in essential institutions and a proliferation of misinformation and deliberate falsehoods on current issues.

The international 2016 Edelman Trust Barometer will be a feature of the discussion. This report reveals the largest-ever drop in trust across the institutions of government, business, media, and NGOs. Also, the report states, an average person is now considered just as credible a source as an expert thanks to "a media echo chamber that reinforces personal beliefs while shutting out opposing points of view."

The Edelman report shows the largest ever trust gap (12 points) between the informed public and mass population, driven by income inequality and divergent expectations of the future. While trust levels among informed publics are the highest ever in 16 years, trust is below 50 percent for the mass population in more than percent of the countries surveyed, having barely moved since the Great Recession. The trust disparity has widened and is now at double digit levels in more than half of the countries surveyed. The U.S. presents the largest divide at nearly 20 points followed by the UK (17 points), France (16 points) and India (16 points), according to the report.

May 17: Branding Expert Bruce Turkel is Guest Presenter at PRSA Miami Coffee & Conversation

Bruce Turkel, branding expert who is founder of the successful Miami brand management firm TURKEL Brands, will be the guest presenter at the Wednesday, May 17, PRSA Miami Coffee & Conversation breakfast roundtable discussion.

Twenty PRSA members will be able to talk about branding issues first-hand with this engaging speaker in a small discussion group at 8:30 a.m. in the Codina Partners 5th Floor corporate boardroom, 2020 Salzedo Street, in Coral Gables.

Space is very limited and members are encouraged to register early so they don’t miss out. To register and read Bruce Turkel's bio, go to www.prsamiami.org. Registration fee for members is $20. A light breakfast will be served.

May 18: Network with the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau

Join Jennifer Diaz, the GMCVB’s associate vice president of media relations and promotions, and her team at a special happy hour networking event at Scarpetta by Scott Conant inside the Fontainebleau Miami Beach

The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) Media Relations & Promotions team generates media coverage of our city by various means, including news releases, hosting press trips, traveling on press missions, as well as generating promotional and experiential marketing programs both on social media platforms and at marquee international events.

Guests will have the opportunity to learn more from the GMCVB team on different topics such as strategies, hosting press trips and how your organization and/or client can get involved. You’ll also hear about their popular Temptations Program which includes Spa Month and Miami Spice and how to participate.

After the presentation, guests can mingle and network one-on-one. Everyone will be to treated to complimentary light bites and a first cocktail courtesy of Scarpetta. Attendees may enjoy the restaurant’s happy hour menu after the welcome cocktail. Regeister now at www.prsamiami.org.

Discounted parking for the event is $15. Additional hourly parking lots and garages are available near the hotel.

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Member Spotlight

Meet PRSA Miami Member: Julie Lugones
Partner, Fusion Communications, Inc.
Treasurer, PRSA Miami

Birthplace: Hialeah, Florida aka Leah District

What accomplishment are you most proud of? Being selected and completing the Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Program last Fall. 

Who is your role model? My role model is my daughter, Mandy, for showing us what unconditional love is, perseverance and what matters most in life.

My communication’s role model is GM’s CEO Mary Barra for her simple and heartfelt communication style. A recent addition to my role models list is someone I met at the Stanford program, Sarahi Espinoza. Much younger than I, her dedication and hard work has taught me so much about perseverance and commitment to a cause. Espinoza is the founder of a Dreamer’s Roadmap. Her vision is to bridge the gap of lack of financial aide when transitioning to college for all undocumented students. 

Favorite place in Miami: Anywhere there is a direct view and access to the beach. Love Faena! 

Favorite social media accounts to follow: @culinarylense, @randyrainbowofficial @jimmyfallon @dreamersroadmap @livelikebella @laurenalexis.photography

I support: Live Like Bella, Children’s Cause for Cancer Advocacy, CureSearch and Cross Catholic Outreach

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Kudos!

Congratulations are in order!

BODEN was awarded two 2017 PR News Social Media Awards and a 2017 Bronze WOMMY Award for their work with McDonald's. Escucha®, their social listening command center, won for Best Use of Technology and Technology Implementation at the PR News and WOMMY Awards, respectively. Last year's Más All Day Breakfast, Más Acceso campaign during the Latin GRAMMYs won for PR News' Best Facebook PR Campaign.

rbb Communications was awarded The Holmes Report's SABRE Award for their work on Florida Power & Light's Manatee Lagoon. The entry focused on the creative idea of using an eco-tourism center to connect with customers to share FPL’s environmental message, particularly through the unique social media "spokescreature" Mia The Manatee.

rbb has also been named a finalist for two PRSA Silver Anvil awards for Florida Power & Light's Manatee Lagoon (community relations) and Hampton by Hilton’s U.S. Hispanic program (multicultural). Winners will be announced June 8 in New York City.

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Save The Date

Save the Date for the 30th Annual Ev Clay/PRSA Miami Chapter Endowment Fund Luncheon to be held Friday, September 15, 2017 at Rusty Pelican with a beautiful waterfront view of the Miami skyline.

Join 100 top industry professionals to celebrate the legends of our industry and acknowledge promising public relations students who have earned Ev Clay/PRSA scholarships in support of their academic accomplishments.

Please contact Wendy Knowles at wendyknowles@maxborgesagency.com for 2017 sponsorship packages.

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Nomination for PRSA Miami Awards Due in June

PRSA Miami is seeking nominations for two major awards: the Bill Adams PRSA Lifetime Achievement Award and the PRSA Miami Royal Palm Award.

Bill Adams PRSA Lifetime Achievement Award

The Bill Adams PRSA Lifetime Achievement Award is given to a PRSA member or retired member who meets the following criteria: 

• Has maintained tenure of 20 years of service in the public relations profession.
• Has excelled in demonstrating support and dedication toward advancing the profession in communications and public relations (for example: through education, leadership roles, professional development and/or community service).
• Represents the ethical characteristics exemplified by Bill Adams’ career.

PRSA Miami Royal Palm Award

The PRSA Miami Royal Palm Award recognizes a member of the community (not necessarily a public relations professional) who embodies and demonstrates key values of the public relations profession. The nominee should meet the following pre-established criteria for the award:

• Maintains a high standard of ethics and social responsibility.
• Positively affects attitudes, beliefs, and behavior for the common good.
• Respects the nature of public opinion while accomplishing set goals.
• Makes a significant political, economic or social impact on the community.
• Positively influences policy decisions, courses of action and communications.
• Establishes sound relationships with various publics to gain consensus.

Both the Bill Adams PRSA Lifetime Achievement Award and the PRSA Miami Royal Palm Award will be presented at the 30th Annual Ev Clay/PRSA Miami Chapter Endowment Fund Luncheon on Friday, Sept. 15, 2017 at Rusty Pelican. Winners must be present to receive the awards. More information and past award recipients may be found here.

The nomination deadline for both awards is Wednesday, June 7, 2017.

Please contact Rosanna M. Fiske, APR, Fellow PRSA, at rosanna.fiske@wellsfargo.com or 305-523-2583, with any questions or to request nomination forms. 

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APR Corner

The Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) credential is a mark of distinction for public relations professionals who demonstrate their commitment to the profession and to its ethical practice. Professionals are selected on the basis of broad knowledge, strategic perspective, experience, and sound professional judgment.

Accreditation elevates the stature of the profession, public relations societies and individual APRs. As employers demand more strategic, sophisticated communications counsel from their public relations staff, there is growing reliance on professional certification as a hiring and promotion criterion, both in the U.S. and abroad.

To learn more about the accreditation process and find out how the Miami chapter can support you, contact Jennifer Valdes at President@prsamiami.org. For general information, check out the PRSA National APR Resource page.

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Let's Connect

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Is there something you'd like to see in our monthly newsletters or on social media? Send a note to President@prsamiami.org.

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Position Summary:

The Marketing Specialist is responsible for assisting the Manager of Marketing, Advertising and New Media in the promotion of Jackson Health System (JHS) programs and service lines through consumer and physician marketing initiatives with the ultimate goal of helping to increase patient volume and revenue. An integral member of the External Affairs Department, the Marketing Specialist coordinates the day-to-day execution of marketing/advertising plans for designated programs and service lines in coordination with the health system's marketing/advertising agency, program/service line staff and External Affairs team. This position acts in a confidential capacity to assist or aid the Director, Associate Director, or Manager in the department.

 

Selection Criteria:

The ideal candidate for this position will have experience in coordinating marketing and advertising campaigns to engage consumers, develop brand identity and customer loyalty, and increase ROI. A background in healthcare marketing is preferred, but not required, as is experience in working in coordination with an ad agency. Strong editing and writing skills are required, and the ability to read and write Spanish and/or Haitian Creole is preferred. Strong organizational skills are also required, along with the ability to multi-task and successfully manage multiple projects at the same time. Bachelor's degree in marketing or related field and 1-3 years experience required. 5 years experience preferred. Position requires exercise of independent judgment.

Apply Here: http://jhs.referrals.selectminds.com/jobs/marketing-specialist-3864?et=J0t3c9ld

 

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The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood is looking for a dynamic design and web professional with experience in both print and web design and a passion for the arts. You will be designing everything for the Center, including digital and print advertising, brochures, rack cards, outdoor signage, t-shirts, web pages, email blasts, and other graphics. The ideal candidate will have both design and technical skills.

Requirements
  • 3+ years experience doing graphic design in a professional setting
  • Expert-level knowledge of Adobe Creative suite, especially InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator
  • Experience hand-coding HTML and CSS
  • Experience customizing web content management systems
  • Experience with email marketing
  • A restrained and mature design philosophy
  • Meticulous attention to detail
  • Ability to juggle multiple projects and deadlines
  • Ability to explore and discover solutions to new problems, not just follow established procedures
  • An online portfolio showing a wide range of work
Desired skills
  • Experience photographing events, photo selection and editing
  • Video shooting/editing
  • Web development
  • Professional social media experience
  • Experience with Textpattern CMS
  • Experience managing IT/Networking
  • Writing/Copy-editing
  • Experience with CRM software
  • Prior experience in arts organization or other in-house design
To Apply
  • Send in confidence via mail, or email to webmaster@artandculturecenter.org. Deadline Tuesday, January 10, 2017. No phone calls, please.

 

The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood is an important exhibition center in South Florida for local as well as national emerging and mid-career contemporary artists. The Center is committed to providing exposure and recognition in the form of quality exhibitions and programs that reflect the highest standards of artistry and diversity. Each year, the Center presents more than 20 contemporary art exhibitions, artist talks, and workshops and more that 80 unique education classes or program sessions for youth in the visual and performing arts.

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