As we approach the Delegate Assembly meeting in Washington DC October 11, I’ve had some interesting conversations with a number of PRSA members about the proposed bylaw amendment calling for two non-APR members being allowed onto the PRSA National Board of Directors. It’s a bold move for PRSA, and one that we’ve talked about for a few years but have never made a reality. This time is different.
Why? Because surveys we’ve commissioned by Kelton Research, Ketchum, and Organizational Performance Group clearly show a loud and growing voice among our membership that they want some non-APR members on our National Board of Directors. We can’t ignore the facts in front of us.