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FPRA Installs New Board of Directors for 2010-2011
Pam Nulman, APR, CPRC, will serve as the president of the Southwest Florida Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA). The chapter installed its new board of directors on Tuesday, September 7, 2010.
Nulman is the President of Nulman PR & Marketing and has been an FPRA (http://www.fpraswfl.org)
As FPRA Southwest Florida (http://www.fpraswfl.org) chapter president, Nulman will preside over chapter meetings and functions, propose chapter goals, enforce association bylaws, represent the chapter in the community, and serve on the FPRA State Association Board of Directors. She takes the place of Kathleen Taylor, APR, who will continue on the board as immediate past president.
Other 2010-2011 officers include President Elect/Membership Chair Carla Ulakovic, Secretary Laura Puerto, Treasurer Erin Comerford, Vice President of Member Relations Julia Babair, APR, CPRC; Vice President of Professional Development Kate Gooderham, APR, CPRC; Vice President of Communications Jessica Clark, APR; and Vice President of Community Relations Tiffany Esposito.
The offices of the FPRA Southwest Florida board of directors are filled annually through a nomination and election process.
Established in 1938, FPRA is the oldest public relations organization in the country. FPRA is dedicated to developing public relations practitioners, who, through ethical and standardized practices, enhance the public relations profession in Florida. More information on the Southwest Florida chapter is available at http://www.fpraswfl.org
Public relations professionals interested in joining FPRA may visit the chapter website at http://www.fpraswfl.org for more information.
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About the Florida Public Relations Association:
The Southwest Florida chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association is dedicated to programs and activities that enhance the success of public relations professionals in Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Hendry, and Glades Counties.