PRSA Phoenix Chapter announces new board of directors

The Public Relations Society of America Phoenix Chapter announced the newest members of its board of directors, including its newly named president, executive committee and directors.

PRSA Phoenix Chapter Board President Rachel Brockway (Submitted photo)

The 15-member board of directors governs the Phoenix Chapter of PRSA. Members represent numerous PR disciplines and specialties, and are considered leaders in the profession, according to a press release.

Board President and Scottsdale resident Rachel Brockway, public relations account supervisor at Serendipit Consulting, heads this iteration of the board of directors.

“We are on the fast-track to make 2019 one of the best years yet,” Ms. Brockway said in a prepared statement.

“With a solid mix of long-time and new board members, our board has been able to cultivate ongoing strategy and develop lots of fresh new ideas. I feel like the opportunities are endless.”

The executive committee includes Ms. Brockway; Diane Smith of Pima Medical Institute as president elect; Heather Russell of APR, Collins Aerospace as immediate past president and co-secretary; Yvette Roeder of the City of Phoenix as vice president, communications and reputation management; and Scott Huscher of AT&T as treasurer.

There are also several directors at large. The Phoenix chapter serves approximately 275 public relation and communications professionals in a variety of industries.

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