Since 1990, Counselors’ Network (CN) has served as a forum for senior-level public relations practitioners to discuss their craft and learn from one another.
Benefits of CN membership include:
A Dynamic Two-Day Winter Symposium
This annual event provides senior-level, professional development designed to encourage productive idea sharing and stimulating dialogue. The 2017 CN Winter Symposium will be held January 12-14 in Tampa Bay. Symposium attendees will hear from top executives, have networking opportunities and attend the Tampa Bay Lightning game at which the team will retire Martin St. Louis’ no. 26 jersey!
Until you experience the CN Winter Symposium, it is hard to explain the level of personal and professional growth that takes place in two days. It is a combination of incredible experiences — behind-the-scenes tours, hands-on exposure, discussions with top leaders — and networking with the sharpest PR professionals in the state. If I was only allowed one professional growth opportunity this year, this is the one I would pick because every time I leave knowing that it is the best investment my company can make in me.
Michelle Bono, APR, CPRC
Bono Communications & Marketing, L.L.C.
Special CN Sessions at FPRA’s Annual Conference
One of the many perks of being a CN member is direct access to the FPRA’s Annual Conference keynote speakers, many hailing from top global corporations, powerhouse industries and national marketing firms.
An Exclusive Network
CN offers a diverse network of professionals to its members for problem solving, idea sharing and networking. Members enjoy access to a closed Facebook group, CN member directory and member-only events.
Participation in a Statewide Speakers’ Bureau
CN serves as a source of speakers for FPRA chapters and FPRA’s state conference. As leaders in the public relations industry, CN members are invited to speak on a variety of issues.
Additional benefits include leadership and mentoring opportunities.
Membership in CN is open to any member in good standing of the Florida Public Relations Association who has earned the CPRC (Certified in Public Relations Counselor) credential. In addition, members must be actively engaged in providing counseling services whether as a full-time principal, officer, partner or employee of a public relations firm, corporation, organization or agency.