PRSA Dallas Announces New Board Roles

Posted by admin on Feb. 3, 2021  /   0

The leadership at PRSA Dallas is committed to integrity, growth and engagement.

To support these commitments and our continued efforts to advocate for industry excellence and ethical conduct, we are proud to share some news about our efforts to deliver on these core values and promises.

Brooke Traister, APR PRSA Dallas President 2018 will lead our efforts to seamlessly transition new leaders in our chapter as our President Transition Lead. To ensure that our chapter is transferring a core base of knowledge, learnings from each leadership team and the voice of our constituents, Brooke will work with PRSA past-presidents, the board and leadership to facilitate a standardized onboarding process and a seamless transition of power.

Jennifer Cho, PRSA Dallas President-elect 2020 will serve as Ethics Officer for the duration of 2021. She will work with our chapter President (Pamela Thompson, APR) and President-elect (Thomas Bennett) to ensure that the chapter is delivering on its promise to its members to lead responsibly and ethically. She will be our voice on the national Ethics Committee and will apply learnings and best practices to our leadership and our chapter.

Both roles will commit to building an inclusive, transparent, and ethical leadership team that earns the trust of you, our members and our local community.

We are greatly looking forward to continuing to listen to and earn the trust of our members and our community.

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