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Hampton University’s Felicia Blow has been elected 2022 PRSA Chair 

by | Dec 9, 2020

PRSA, the nation’s leading professional organization serving the communications community, announced the individuals elected to its 2021 Board of Directors. The nominations were made by the 2020 Board of Directors and the Nominating Committee, and were approved by the delegates of the 2020 PRSA Leadership Assembly, held in a virtual format due to the COVID-19 pandemic on Saturday, Dec. 5.

A longtime PRSA member who has served the organization in multiple capacities, Felicia Blow, APR, was elected as chair of PRSA for 2022, and will serve as chair-elect in 2021. She currently is the co-chair of PRSA’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee,

“On behalf of the Nominating Committee, I am thrilled to announce and congratulate PRSA’s newly elected 2021 Board of Directors,” said Anthony D’Angelo, APR, Fellow PRSA, 2020 Nominating Committee Chair. “Experienced professionals and leaders, the new Board members are well qualified to help guide the organization through and beyond the challenges the coronavirus pandemic presents, and will lead continued implementation of our strategic plan across the organization.”

The below candidates were elected to the following Board positions:

Officers (one-year term): 

  • Chair-elect: Felicia Blow, APR, associate vice president for development & campaign director, Hampton University.
  • Treasurer: Michelle Egan, APR, Fellow PRSA, corporate communications director, Alyeska Pipeline Service Co.
  • Secretary: Joseph Abreu, APR, communications & emergency management director, Clerk of the Circuit Court, St. Lucie County.

Directors – District Representatives (two-year term): 

  • East Central District: Jennifer Day, APR, Great Lakes regional coordinator, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration – U.S. Department of Commerce.
  • Mid-Atlantic District: Jeff Wilson, APR, vice president of agency marketing and promotion, Padilla.
  • Northeast District: Jane N. Law, APR, internal/ human resource communications manager, New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority.
  • Tri-State District: James Shackelford, APR, president and chief executive officer, SomaComm.
  • Western District: Dr. Kaye Sweetser, Ph.D., APR+M, Fellow PRSA, professor of public relations, San Diego State University.
  • Director At-Large: Ray Day, vice chair, The Stagwell Group.

They join incumbent Board members returning for 2021:

  • Chair: Michelle Olson, APR, managing director, Lambert & Co.
  • Immediate Past Chair: T. Garland Stansell, APR, chief communications officer, Children’s of Alabama.
  • Midwest District: Jacqueline Clark, MPA, APR, Fellow PRSA, government relations & public affairs, LafargeHolcim NA.
  • North Pacific District: Scott Trotter, APR, senior director of communications, Utah Valley University.
  • Southeast District: Denise Hill, Ph.D., APR, associate professor of strategic communications, School of Communications, Elon University.
  • Southwest District: Heide Harrell, APR, director of marketing and business development, Rose Law Firm.
  • Sunshine District: Angela Walters Eveillard, APR, director of marketing and strategic communications, Hillsborough Community College.
  • Director At-Large: Jorge Francisco D’Garay, president, D’Garay MXUS Public Relations.

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