Annual Conference
PRSA Georgia’s 2019 Annual Conference:

Network. Learn. Inspire.

February 22, 2019

 

Registration is now closed for this event due to security and catering requirements. Late registrations and walk-ins cannot be accepted.

PRSA Georgia is excited to partner with Coca-Cola to host our 2019 Annual Conference. This marquee event brings leading communications pros together with students from around the Southeast for a informative and interactive sessions, professional development, top-notch networking and cross-generational perspective on the public relations and communications fields. Our interactive sessions and roundtables address the challenges facing the industry at all levels, including mid level to seasoned professionals, young professionals and PR students ready to jumpstart their careers. 
Network, Learn and Inspire with us at the 2019 Annual Conference. You won’t want to miss everything this event has to offer.

Conference Overview:

Following a brief welcome and morning keynote presentation, professionals and students will take part in integrated breakout sessions that address the hottest trends, must-have skills and inside tips necessary for growth and advancement. All attendees also can enjoy networking and another inspiring keynote presentation during the lunch break. In the afternoon, professionals can participate in more focused and specialized educational sessions, while students can explore additional opportunities to start and accelerate their careers at the Roundtables and Career Fair.

 

Professional track sessions (click on Professionals tab to view session and speaker details) will focus on how the digital age continues to change our culture, the way companies communicate and how the PR role is defined. Attendees will walk away with valuable perspectives and effective strategies to implement immediately. Just as with any PRSA event, there will be plenty of networking. The integration of students and young professionals also offers great opportunity to meet and recruit your team’s next PR rock star. Professionals register here.


Student sessions will provide timely information and advice from PR professionals to complement lessons learned in the classroom, offering a glimpse into a day in the life of the industry. Click on the Students tab to view session and speaker details. In addition to the networking opportunities throughout the day, students can gain an edge in the hunt for internships and full-time jobs at the Career Fair and Networking Roundtables (be sure to bring your resume!). Students register here.

Thank you to the sponsors who are making this day of networking and learning possible.

Friday, February 22
Click on the Professionals or Students tab to view session and speaker details.
Registration and Coffee
Welcome and Introductions
Breakout Sessions
Breakout Sessions
Networking Lunch 
Lunch Keynote
Professional Breakout Sessions
Career Fair & Networking Roundtables for Students
Professional Breakout Sessions
Professionals Presentations

For the first time, students and professionals will attend the Annual Conference’s morning sessions together. Professionals also can enjoy two blocks of exclusive afternoon sessions, which address specific skills, industry trends and best practice you can use to both impress your colleagues and clients and further your own career development.


Keynote:

Bea Perez, Senior Vice President and Chief Communications, Public Affairs,
Sustainability and Marketing Assets Officer for The Coca-Cola Company
 
Breakout Sessions:
*Note: Session topics, presenters and moderators are subject to change.
Continue checking back closer to the event date for a more updated schedule and roster.

 
BREAKOUT SESSION 1 (9:40-10:40 a.m.):

HR 101: A CAREER GROWTH CRASH COURSE FOR PROS AND YOUNG PROS
Whether you are a young professional seeking that first job or a long-time communications pro seeking a new career direction, learning how to navigate HR can accelerate your success. Understanding how to format the perfect resume, ask the right questions in an interview and evaluate the benefits and fit of a potential role can offer an extra edge. Join Atlanta’s leading HR minds for an informative discussion around the job search and career evaluation that can serve as a foundation for emerging pros and a refresher for veterans.

Nancy Gamble, Hire-Profile
Tia Jackson, ARAUCO North America
DeRetta Rhodes, Atlanta Braves 

PUTTING OUT THE FIRE: HOW NEWELL BRANDS COOKED UP AN AWARD-WINNING RESPONSE TO A MOMENT OF POP CULTURE INFAMY
Within just a few minutes in early 2018, Newell Brands’ Crock-Pot® slow cooker shifted from popular party-hosting staple to pop culture villain. An episode of the popular TV show This is Us insinuated that leading character Jack Pearson’s house fire death stemmed from a faulty Crock-Pot. Although fictitious, the incident sparked a diligent and dedicated response from Newell Brands’ communications team – both to calm fans who blamed the company and its signature product for Jack’s death while also reassuring consumers of the product’s safety. Learn how Newell’s quick thinking and detailed action cooled the social and consumer heat from an unexpected moment, along with tips to refine your own crisis communications plans

Danielle Clark, Newell Brands 
Ashley Mowrey, Newell Brands
Eric Zeugschmidt, Edelman


SOCIAL MEDIA ANALYTICS AT THE NEXT LEVEL
The evolution of social media in recent years has likewise forced communications pros to reevaluate how they gauge the success of their digital campaigns. While likes, follows, shares and views provide a baseline for measurement, savvy digital pros understand the need to dig deeper to truly understand what’s working and what needs retooling. Session attendees will leave with a better grasp of the social metrics that matter most and can make the difference between average and exceptional campaigns.

Katie Gillen, Atlanta United FC 
Danica Kombol, Everywhere Agency

BREAKOUT SESSION 2 (10:50 a.m. – 11:50 a.m.)

BEYOND THE BUZZWORD: NAVIGATING DIVERSITY CHALLENGES
While “diversity” has long been a buzzword in communications and business in general, it can be difficult for some companies to grasp its true meaning. Understanding how to promote and act upon diversity messaging bears great potential for businesses to reach wider audiences and attract talent with new and valuable perspective. This session will invite discussion around the best ways companies can reinforce their commitment to diversity in ways that are honest, measurable and impactful.

Soon Mee Kim, Porter Novelli
Quiana Pinckney, APR, HD Supply
Morgan Smith-Williams, Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission

BRAND ME: BUILDING AND REFINING YOUR PERSONAL BRAND
How do you want your colleagues and wider network to view you? What skills or traits best summarize your personal and professional capabilities? Building – and potentially reinventing – your personal brand can expose you to new opportunities and establish you as a must-have team member or leader. This session will offer guidelines that new and emerging pros can use to craft a truthful and intriguing personal brand that showcases your best characteristics.

Stephen Brown, APR, Cookerly
Katherine Morales, APR, InFlection Point Communications

MEDIA RELATIONS IN THE MODERN ERA
Between the transition from print media to online channels, concerns around “fake news” and social media transforming anyone into a reporter, media relations is more complex and potentially challenging than ever for PR pros. So how can PR leaders understand the media and reporters who can best share their key messages? And how can junior PR team members create and share pitches that capture the attention of digital and traditional media? Join us for an inside look at the evolution of media relations, and what’s ahead for this fundamental PR element.

Whitney Keeble, AT&T
Nancy Seideman, Emory University

BREAKOUT SESSION 3 (1:20-2:20 p.m.)

BUILDING AND MAINTAINING SOLID AGENCY RELATIONSHIPS
Expanded communications needs have many businesses seeking an agency to alleviate workload burdens and explore new possibilities. At times, searching for the right agency can feel like a project in and of itself. With agencies of all sizes and capabilities at the ready, how can businesses find the right partner for their needs? And how can agencies better select the clients that fit their own identity? Join several of the area’s agency leaders for a look at the inner-workings of successful agency-business relationships. 

Rachel Cushing, Lenz
Lisa Tilt, Full Tilt Consulting

CRISIS COMMUNICATIONS BY THE NUMBERS
As one of the three nationwide credit bureaus, Equifax is responsible for protecting the sensitive data of more than 800 million individual consumers and 88 million businesses. With its laser focus on ongoing stakeholder engagement, Equifax understands the value of thorough internal and external crisis communications plans. In this session, leaders from Equifax’s communications team will provide a deeper look into its short- and long-term efforts to uphold the company’s brand image and gain the trust of corporate and consumer audiences. Attendees also will leave with tried and true tips that can serve as the foundation of any organization’s crisis mitigation strategy.

John Alderman, Equifax
Nancy Bistritz-Balkan, Equifax 
Jacob Hawkins, APR, Equifax 


MESSAGING THAT WORKS: TRANSFORMING YOUR COMPANY INTO AN EMPLOYER OF CHOICE
In the constant race to drive sales and engagement among consumer and B2B customers, it’s easy for modern businesses to overlook promoting their most important entity – themselves. To attract and retain top talent, business must position themselves as outstanding workplaces that promote growth and empower current and potential employees to thrive. Panelists from several of the Southeast’s most notable brands will reinforce the value of employment branding to sustained success, and provide valuable tips for crafting communications messages and tactics that transform employees into brand advocates.

Ralph Jones, City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management
Holland McCue, Delta Airlines
Yvonne Whitaker, NCR Foundation

BREAKOUT SESSION 4 (2:30-3:30 p.m.)

B2B A-TO-Z: TARGETING BUSINESS AUDIENCES IN THE DIGITAL AGE
Today’s B2B buyer expects the same level and style of personalized, digital engagement that leading brands deliver to traditional consumers. In turn, the B2B marketplace has grown into a highly-competitive, lucrative channel more open to adopting mobile, social and interactive tactics than ever before. How can both small and large brands translate learnings from successful B2C engagement into sustained B2B success? Learn how communications leaders can capitalize on the growing B2B space and accommodate modern business needs.

Fiona Bell, Novelis
Greg Cohen, WestRock
Erica England, APR, Arketi Group

DELIVERING KILLER CAMPAIGNS ON A TIGHT BUDGET
Campaign and project plans can seem like million dollar ideas…until cost is factored in. Fortunately, savvy marketing and communications professionals understand the potential to launch game-changing programs that achieve exceptional results even on potentially shoestring budgets. This session will explore how businesses and their partners can game plan and execute inspiring and impactful campaigns without breaking the bank, and how both groups can set and work against realistic operational parameters.

Lindsay Haynes, APR, Moe’s Southwest Grill
Mitch Leff, Leff and Associates

GIVE THEM WHAT THEY WANT: A DEEP DIVE INTO PERSONA-BASED MARKETING
Persona-based marketing has emerged in recent years as a popular go-to strategy for businesses looking to break through the communications clutter and connect with target audiences. By understanding the demographics and pain points of their various consumers, marketing and communications pros can customize and deliver meaningful messages across all relevant channels. This informative session will offer a broader look at how today’s leading brands identify and distinguish their consumers, and craft personalized content that drives brand loyalty and purchase intent.

Alexis Everett, Choose ATL
Sarah Fishburne, The Home Depot
Alana Robertson, Center for Disease Control

Students Presentations

For the first time, students and professionals will attend the Annual Conference’s
morning sessions together. Students also can take part exclusively in the afternoon’s Networking Roundtables, featuring small-group style conversations with leading PR and communications experts around a host of specialized topics. The popular Career Fair will also take place in the afternoon.

 

Keynote:
Bea Perez, Senior Vice President and Chief Communications, Public Affairs,
Sustainability and Marketing Assets Officer for The Coca-Cola Company

Breakout Sessions:
*Note: Session topics, presenters and moderators are subject to change.Continue checking back closer to the event date for a more updated schedule and roster.
 
BREAKOUT SESSION 1 (9:40-10:40 a.m.):

HR 101: A CAREER GROWTH CRASH COURSE FOR PROS AND YOUNG PROS
Whether you are a young professional seeking that first job or a long-time communications pro seeking a new career direction, learning how to navigate HR can accelerate your success. Understanding how to format the perfect resume, ask the right questions in an interview and evaluate the benefits and fit of a potential role can offer an extra edge. Join Atlanta’s leading HR minds for an informative discussion around the job search and career evaluation that can serve as a foundation for emerging pros and a refresher for veterans.

Nancy Gamble, Hire-Profile
Tia Jackson, ARAUCO North America
DeRetta Rhodes, Atlanta Braves

PUTTING OUT THE FIRE: HOW NEWELL BRANDS COOKED UP AN AWARD-WINNING RESPONSE TO A MOMENT OF POP CULTURE INFAMY
Within just a few minutes in early 2018, Newell Brands’ Crock-Pot® slow cooker shifted from popular party-hosting staple to pop culture villain. An episode of the popular TV show This is Us insinuated that leading character Jack Pearson’s house fire death stemmed from a faulty Crock-Pot. Although fictitious, the incident sparked a diligent and dedicated response from Newell Brands’ communications team –both to calm fans who blamed the company and its signature product for Jack’s death while also reassuring consumers of the product’s safety. Learn how Newell’s quick thinking and detailed action cooled the social and consumer heat from an unexpected moment, along with tips to refine your own crisis communications plans.

Danielle Clark, Newell Brands
Ashley Mowrey, Newell Brands
Eric Zeugschmidt, Edelman

SOCIAL MEDIA ANALYTICS AT THE NEXT LEVEL
The evolution of social media in recent years has likewise forced communications pros to reevaluate how they gauge the success of their digital campaigns. While likes, follows, shares and views provide a baseline for measurement, savvy digital pros understand the need to dig deeper to truly understand what’s working and what needs retooling. Session attendees will leave with a better grasp of the social metrics that matter most and can make the difference between average and exceptional campaigns.

Katie Gillen, Atlanta United FC
Danica Kombol, Everywhere Agency

BREAKOUT SESSION 2 (10:50 a.m. – 11:50 a.m.)

BEYOND THE BUZZWORD: NAVIGATING DIVERSITY CHALLENGES
While “diversity” has long been a buzzword in communications and business in general, it can be difficult for some companies to grasp its true meaning. Understanding how to promote and act upon diversity messaging bears great potential for businesses to reach wider audiences and attract talent with new and valuable perspective. This session will invite discussion around the best ways companies can reinforce their commitment to diversity in ways that are honest, measurable and impactful.

Soon Mee Kim, Porter Novelli
Quiana Pinckney, APR, HD Supply
Morgan Smith-Williams, Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission

BRAND ME: BUILDING AND REFINING YOUR PERSONAL BRAND
How do you want your colleagues and wider network to view you? What skills or traits best summarize your personal and professional capabilities? Building – and potentially reinventing – your personal brand can expose you to new opportunities and establish you as a must-have team member or leader. This session will offer guidelines that new and emerging pros can use to craft a truthful and intriguing personal brand that showcases your best characteristics.

Stephen Brown, APR, Cookerly
Katherine Morales, APR, InFlection Point Communications

MEDIA RELATIONS IN THE MODERN ERA
Between the transition from print media to online channels, concerns around “fake news” and social media transforming anyone into a reporter, media relations is more complex and potentially challenging than ever for PR pros. So how can PR leaders understand the media and reporters who can best share their key messages? And how can junior PR team members create and share pitches that capture the attention of digital and traditional media? Join us for an inside look at the evolution of media relations, and what’s ahead for this fundamental PR element.

Whitney Keeble, AT&T
Nancy Seideman, Emory University

Career Fair and Networking Roundtables (1:20-3:30 p.m.):
*Note: Roundtable topics and leaders are subject to change. Continue checking back closer to the event date for a more updated schedule and roster.

Finding Your PR Niche
Kent Landers, APR, The Coca-Cola Company
Amy Marriott, Porter Novelli

The Power of Networking
Karen Cole, Georgia-Pacific
Bari Love, In Reach Partners

#SOS! I’m Graduating, Now What
Daniel Groce, Novelis
Ashley Pilgrim, MSL

Landing your First Job or Internship
Ronna Charles, Morehouse School of Medicine
Lauren Powers, Emory 

How To Be a PR Rock Star
Kristie Benson, APR, The High Museum of Art 
Mikey Mooney, Poston Communications








 


Location
Coca-Cola Plaza
1 Coca-Cola Plaza NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30313


Transportation, Directions, and Hotels 

MARTA Directions to Coca-Cola campus from Airport:

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) is Atlanta's state-of-the-art public transportation system. A single $2.25 fare covers one-way bus or train trips, including transfers. If you are coming from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, MARTA has a rail station located at the north end of the airport, near baggage claim. This service offers the quickest, least expensive, and "greenest" way to get directly to and from the Coca-Cola campus.

  1. Take "Red" or “Gold” North line to the North Avenue station (approximately 20-25 minutes)
  2. Exit Train at North Avenue station and head south toward North Avenue NE
  3. Make a slight right onto North Avenue NW
  4. The Coca-Cola campus will be on your right. Look for the guest check-in entrance.

From the North (75/85 South): 

  1. Take exit 249D toward U.S. 78/North Avenue/ Georgia Tech/ U.S. 278
  2. Turn right onto US-278 W/US-78 W/North Avenue NW 
  3. Turn left onto Luckie St. NW
  4. After second traffic light, turn right into the Construction Entrance gate
  5. Check in at the second security gate 

From the South (75/85 North): 

  1. Take exit 249D for Spring St toward US 29 S
  2. Merge onto Spring ST NW
  3. Slight right turn toward Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW
  4. Turn left onto Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW
  5. Turn right onto Luckie St NW
  6. The Construction Entrance gate is approximately 800ft on the left 
  7. Check in at the second security booth 

Red Bus:

Red Bus is a convenient way to get between the AOC and CCTP or between AOC and Northyards without having to pay for parking or deal with downtown traffic. Find out more. 

Security: 

Upon arrival Security will direct you to the Visitor Parking available. If arriving by bus, the bus driver will be directed by security to the new drop-off location outside the TEC garage. Guests will then enter the door to the garage and then take the stairs down one level to get access to the TEC Lobby.

  1. Show ID (driver’s license or government ID) at the Coca‐Cola Concierge’s Desk
  2. Your photo will be taken
  3. You will go through a screening process similar to the airport (with metal detector)
  4. A staff member will escort you to the meeting space
  5. Allow 30 minutes from me of arrival to get to the meeting location within The Coca‐Cola Company

Parking at the TEC Garage:

After parking take the stairs or elevator to the level one then goes thru the
revolving doors to enter the TEC Lobby. Check-in with Security. You will be greeter at the Lobby and escort to the meeting space.

Parking at the Overflow Lot:

Follow the sidewalk on the right side. Pass the parking garage then enter the double doors. Take the stair one level down and enter the TEC Lobby using the revolving doors. Check-in with Security. You will be greeter at the Lobby and escort to the meeting space.

HOTELS:

Looking to stay in Atlanta ahead of or after the Conference? PRSA Georgia and Coca-Cola recommend the following hotels – all within a short walk or rideshare to the venue.

Embassy Suites by Hilton, Atlanta at Centennial Olympic Park
267 Marietta St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
(404) 223-2300

Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Downtown
275 Baker St., Atlanta, GA 30313
(404) 577-2001

Hilton Atlanta
255 Courtland St. NE, Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 659-2000

Hampton Inn Downtown Atlanta
161 Ted Turner Dr. NW, Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 589-1111

The American Hotel Atlanta Downtown- a DoubleTree by Hilton
160 Ted Turner Dr. NW, Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: (404) 688-8600

Crowne Plaza Atlanta Downtown
590 West Peachtree St. Northwest, Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 877-9000

Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown
683 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 874-9200

Hotel Indigo Atlanta Downtown
230 Peachtree St., Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 523-7600

Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center
800 Spring St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 347-9440

 

 

Register

Registration is now closed for this event due to security and catering requirements. Late registrations and walk-ins cannot be accepted.

Student Registration:
(Students register here.)

Regular Deadline: Jan. 23, 2019 – Feb. 11, 2019

  • PRSSA Members: $65; Non-PRSSA member: $75

Late Deadline: Feb. 12, 2019 – Feb. 18, 2019

  • PRSSA Members: $85; Non-PRSSA member: $95


Professional Registration: (Professionals register here.)

 

Regular Deadline: Jan. 23, 2019 – Feb. 11, 2019

  • PRSA Georgia member $170; Non-member $215

Late Deadline: Feb. 12, 2019 – Feb. 18, 2019

  • PRSA Georgia member $190; Non-member $250

 

Please note: All reservations are final. There are no cancellations and PRSA Georgia does not issue refunds for the registration fee.

 

Be A Sponsor

PRSA Georgia’s Annual Conference brings professionals and students together for a full day of informative and interactive sessions, professional development, top-notch networking and cross-generational perspective on the public relations and
communications fields. With tracks for mid-level to seasoned professionals, young
professionals and students ready to jumpstart their careers, you won’t want to miss this unique opportunity to gain unparalleled visibility for your brand in front of the “who’s who” of the industry and region…and potentially meet your next great intern, client, partner or junior employee.

Network, Learn, Inspire and join us at the 2019 PRSA Georgia Annual Conference.

Be a sponsor: New benefits are available to connect you and your organization to
student and professional attendees.

  • Presenting Sponsor - $2,500
  • Premiere Sponsor - $2,000
  • Professional Platinum Sponsor - $1,500
  • Professional Gold Sponsor - $1,000
  • Professional Silver Sponsor - $500
  • Student Platinum Sponsor - $1,500
  • Student Gold Sponsor - $1,000
  • Student Silver Sponsor - $500

Please read the following details to find the sponsorship level that is right for your
organization. Note:

  • Sponsor personnel are responsible for travel, lodging and meals not included in the package.
  • Conference sponsorships are not exclusive.

Presenting Sponsor - $2,500 - Add to Cart

  • Six (6) complimentary conference passes
  • Student Career Connections Table
  • Professional Exhibitor Table
  • Company/Name with logo listed in event program as a sponsor
  • One year online internship listing
  • Job ad on website (Two per year)
  • Look Who's Hiring Eblast (Two per year)
  • Recognition on website with logo and link
  • Two-page spread or two full-page ads in conference program (when payment is received prior to publication deadline)
  • Inclusion in online and social media conversation
  • Company logo in PRSA Georgia promotional marketing materials for the
    conference, including an e-newsletter that is sent to entire membership of 900+ PR professionals (when payment is received prior to publication deadline)

  • Digital signage at event
  • Recognition at luncheon

Premiere Sponsor - $2,000 - Add to Cart

  • Four (4) complimentary conference passes
  • Student Career Connections Table
  • Professional Exhibitor Table
  • Company/Name with logo listed in event program as a sponsor
  • One year online internship listing
  • Job ad on website (Two per year)
  • Look Who's Hiring Eblast (One per year)
  • Recognition on website with logo and link
  • One full-page or two half-page ads in conference program (when payment is received prior to publication deadline)
  • Inclusion in online and social media conversation
  • Company logo in PRSA Georgia promotional marketing materials for the conference, including an e-newsletter that is sent to entire membership of 900+ PR professionals (when payment is received prior to publication deadline)
  • Digital signage at event
  • Recognition at luncheon

Professional Platinum Sponsor - $1,500 - Add to Cart 

  • Three (3) complimentary conference passes
  • Professional Exhibitor Table
  • Company/Name with logo listed in event program as a sponsor
  • Job ad on website
  • Recognition on website with logo and link
  • Full-page ad in conference program (when payment is received prior to publication deadline)
  • Inclusion in online and social media conversation
  • Digital signage at event
  • Recognition at luncheon

Professional Gold Sponsorship  - $1,000 - Add to Cart 

  • Two (2) complimentary conference passes
  • Professional Exhibitor Table
  • Company/Name with logo listed in event program as a sponsor
  • Job ad on website
  • Recognition on website with logo and link
  • Half-page ad in conference program (when payment is received prior to
    publication deadline)
  • Inclusion in online and social media conversation

Professional Silver Sponsorship - $500 - Add to Cart 

  • One (1) complimentary conference passes
  • Professional Exhibitor Table
  • Company/Name with logo listed in event program as a sponsor
  • Job ad on website
  • Recognition on website with logo and link
  • Inclusion in online and social media conversation

Student Platinum Sponsor - $1,500 - Add to Cart

  • Three (3) complimentary conference passes
  • Student Career Connections Table
  • Company/Name with logo listed in event program as a sponsor
  • One year online internship listing
  • Recognition on website with logo and link
  • Full-page ad in conference program (when payment is received prior to
    publication deadline)
  • Inclusion in online and social media conversation
  • Digital signage at event
  • Recognition at luncheon

Student Gold Sponsor - $1,000 - Add to Cart

  • Two (2) complimentary conference passes
  • Student Career Connections Table
  • Company/Name with logo listed in event program as a sponsor
  • One year online internship listing
  • Recognition on website with logo and link
  • Half-page ad in conference program (when payment is received prior to
    publication deadline)
  • Inclusion in online and social media conversation

Student Silver Sponsor - $500 - Add to Cart

  • One (1) complimentary conference passes
  • Student Career Connections Table
  • Company/Name with logo listed in event program as a sponsor
  • One year online internship listing
  • Recognition on website with logo and link
  • Inclusion in online and social media conversation

If you have any additional questions, please call Denise Grant at 770.449.6369 or email denise.grant@prsageorgia.org.

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