Dec 6: PBPRS Meeting, Crisis Communications w/ Desiree Peterkin Bell
Philadelphia Black Public Relations Society will hold its meeting and also present "Crisis Communications with Desiree Peterkin Bell."
The presentation is ideal for both public relations and social media professionals, entrepreneurs, students, community members and organizations.
Desiree, a nationally recognized award-winning strategic and crisis communications professional, will discuss and share solid tips on how to handle a crisis from planning to measuring the effectiveness of strategy during an actual crisis and more. Desiree's many accomplishments include leading the negotiations and strategic communications for Pope Francis’ 2015 visit to Philadelphia. Owner of her own Public Affairs firm, Desiree is a highly sought after national and international speaker and recently joined the University of Pennsylvania community as a Lecturer at the Annenberg School for Communication.
There will also be a Q&A and food and refreshments will be available while supplies last.
Free for PBPRS members, $15 for non-members. (Only paid current members of PBPRS local chapter will receive complimentary admission. Complimentary RSVP will be canceled and you will be notified if member dues are not current. If you wish to become a new member now or renew your dues go here. Membership is instantaneous)
Pleasant note: Must RSVP by Dec. 4, no walk-ins accepted. Please bring ID to ensure admittance. Security will strictly enforce list.
About Desiree Peterkin Bell
Desiree Peterkin Bell is the President and CEO of DPBell & Associates a full service boutique Public Affairs serving clients nationally and internationally focusing on brand development; crisis communications; strategic counsel; high-level, high impact events and convenings and strategic partnerships. Desiree Peterkin Bell has been honored as one of industry’s best and brightest in the country by PR Week’s “40 under 40″; a ‘Shorty Award’ winner; recognized by the Philadelphia Tribune as, “One of Philadelphia’s Most Influential African-American Women”; and recognized by Black Enterprise Magazine as a “triple threat.”
To learn more about the Philadelphia Black Public Relations Society or to become a member visit bprsphilly.org