Nominate a deserving colleague for the Werner-VonderHaar-Bogart Award

Nomination form is now LIVE!

The Werner VonderHaar Bogart (WVB) Award is the PRSA Cincinnati Chapter’s most prestigious recognition of service to the chapter, the profession, the community and the society. This year, for the first time, the nomination process is electronic and is now live on http://www.cincinnatiprsa.org/wvb-nomination. Nominations are due by Sept. 16, and the award will be presented at the Blacksmith Awards in November.

William Werner, Edward VonderHaar and Judith. Bogart all went from success as presidents of the Cincinnati Chapter to serving with distinction as PRSA national presidents. What made them similar is the depth, breadth and quality of their service to our profession, to our community and to our organization. The award named in their honor acknowledges the value of exceptional service.

Criteria

The nominee must be a member of the Cincinnati Chapter of PRSA in good standing, and not a previous recipient of the award. Accomplishment in the following service areas are established as criteria for candidates for the Werner VonderHaar Bogart Award. The nominee should have demonstrated accomplishments in three of the four service areas over a sustained period of time; some examples of each are provided online.

  • Service to the Cincinnati Chapter
  • Service to the Profession 
  • Service to the Greater Cincinnati Community
  • Service to the Society 

Nominate a deserving colleague today! Click here and then click on “open nomination form.”  If you have questions, please call Gail Myers 513-941-8633.

 

August Event: From Guerrilla Warfare to Guerrilla PR

Whether your organization realizes it or not, we live in a multicultural world. Tailoring messages and tactics that lead to measurable results takes skill and experience.

Pick up a few of these skills during the August 29 Diversity Luncheon from Mike Robinson, president of LaVERDAD Marketing and former Army Special Forces Officer and Global Manager with Proctor and Gamble.  Mike has conducted campaigns with every major consumer segment in the US, as well as initiatives around the world.  He leads an award winning business recognized for bringing consumer insights and marketing strategies to Fortune 1,000 companies, nonprofits, and governmental agencies.

From Guerrilla Warfare to Guerrilla PR: 

Top Three Lessons Learned as a Green Beret that have been the secret to success as a Marketing/PR Executive

Mike Robinson, president of LaVERDAD Marketing will share how lessons learned as a former US Army Green Beret shaped his approach to marketing & PR tactics at Procter & Gamble, and now as his multicultural agency conducts “below the line” and grassroots campaigns for clients such as Toyota North America.

Speaker: Mike Robinson, President of LaVerdad Marketing

Date: Thursday, August 29, 2013

Time: 11:30 doors open; program begins at noon

Location: Fifth Third Convening Center at United Way, 2400 Reading Road

Cost: $25 PRSA & PRSSA members or $35 for non-members

To register click here: http://www.cincinnatiprsa.org/events/

RSVP deadline: 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, August 18. 

Brandy Jones, APR - Diversity Chair 

 @mrsbrandyjones

Brandy Jones, APR - Diversity Chair

@mrsbrandyjones