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I owe a great deal to the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). I secured one of my very first internships through a PRSA event and I was an active member of Howard University's Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) chapter where I honed my communications skills. That's why I was happy to lend my skillset to my local chapter.
I served as the 2016 Director of Diversity & Inclusion and 2017 Director-at-Large for San Francisco's PRSA Chapter. Our chapter is one of the top five chapters, with respect to size, with more than 320 members from Fortune 500 companies, innovative tech leaders, leading non-profits and top government agencies.
In my role as Director of Diversity & Inclusion, I led our chapter to create our first three-year diversity strategic plan in addition to publishing our first D&I statement and definition of diversity. I also led our D&I committee to plan and execute several packed events, bringing together professionals from leading companies like Facebook and Pandora to share strategies for engaging with diverse audiences and fostering a culture of inclusion. As a result of our efforts, our chapter won the 2017 National PRSA Diversity Award. I remain an active PRSA-SF member.
Art has always been one of my passions. It was such an honor and a dream fulfilled to serve on the Museum of African Diaspora (MoAD) Vanguard Leadership Council. As a member of MoAD's junior board from 2014-2016, I planned social and educational events and raised funds to support the museum in addition to creating a greater appreciation for art across the African Diaspora among younger generations.
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