The Hawaii chapter offers professional development programs to sharpen your public relations expertise. Participating in our activities puts you in touch with the state's top professionals, helping you to stay at the forefront of our industry.
Learn about the latest issues and trends impacting the public relations industry at monthly professional development programs featuring prominent local and national speakers. The meetings, typically held on the third Wednesday of the month, are open to everyone. Discounted PRSA and PRSSA member rates are provided.
These programs provide a forum to discuss public relations strategies, tactics and current issues. They also offer tremendous networking opportunities, aiding you in expanding your circle of colleagues and professional contacts.
Board members are eager to hear feedback and serve as mentors to help new members get better acquainted with the chapter, its programs and activities.
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Join PRSA Hawaii for a discussion with key members of local news media on the "Changing Media Landscape in Hawaii." A panel of three of Hawaii's most distinguished media practitioners will discuss, among other topics:
This is a must-attend event for professionals of all levels! A program you won't want to miss!
Editor & General Manager
Honolulu Civil Beat
A reporter and editor for more than 30 years, Patti joined Civil Beat in 2011. She's won numerous awards for her work, including two Pulitzer Prize-winning projects.
Publisher & Editor
Wake and Wander Hawaii
In an effort to recapture the imagination and spirit of storytelling, Will launched the new monthly travel print publication, Wake and Wander Hawaii, which delivers personal, experiential travel stories to both locals and visitors to Hawaii. A free monthly publication, Wake and Wander Hawaii aims to deliver personal, experiential travel stories to both locals and visitors to Hawaii. It combines magazine-style storytelling with the casual accessibility of a small newspaper. The publication covers the Hawaiian Islands in the form of travel, culture, food, drink, and people, as well as continental U.S. and international destinations, many within a nonstop flight from Honolulu. In the face of digital media, decreasing attention span, and list-driven online content, McGough hopes to recapture the imagination and spirit of storytelling.
Chanel Moke Puha
Currently Chanel oversees the morning news, "Wake Up 2day," and the lifestyle show, "Living808,” which she launched. She has continued to evolve both programs, creating newsworthy "watchable" segments on Wake Up 2day and has played a key role in securing and sustaining advertorial segments for Living808. Her duties include writing and editing video for broadcast, editing reporter scripts, live news feeds and breaking news. She also supports election coverage, special segments and 30 minute specials.
11:30 a.m. Registration & Networking
12:00 p.m. Program & Lunch
Seating is limited with registration available via Eventbrite only. RSVP by noon on Monday, December 12. Lunch will be provided.
Parking in the Bishop Square garage will not be validated. Ample parking is available in downtown Honolulu with one of the more reasonable lots being the Alii Tower garage (off Alakea Street).
For those who cannot attend, you can watch a live stream of the program for a nominal fee. Click here to sign up for the live stream option.