2018 PRSA SOUTHWEST DISTRICT CONFERENCE CALL FOR SPEAKERS
2018 PRSA Southwest District Conference
Conference Overview
The New Mexico Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America is seeking speakers for the upcoming 2018 Southwest District Conference, taking place in Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 7-9, 2018.

The full conference schedule will be available soon on www.nmprsa.org. The general agenda is as follows:

• March 7: APR Jump Start 11-5PM | Evening welcome reception
• March 8: Full conference day
• March 9: Half conference day

Conference Presentation
New Mexico PRSA is seeking speakers who can cover a wide range of public relations and communications topics, including but not limited to:

• Research
• Tools and technology
• Media relations
• Best practices/case studies
• Data and measurement
• Diversity and inclusion
• Integrated marketing communications
• Leadership and management
• Crisis communications/reputation management
• Social media
• Entrepreneurship/running your own PR business
• Grassroots advocacy
• Writing
• Internal/employee communications
• Strategic planning and execution
• Ethics in PR
• The future of work

Presentation Details
All presentation times are 50 minutes each. You must have enough content to fill this time.

Sales pitches will not be accepted.

The deadline to submit a topic for consideration is Thursday, November 30, 2017.

**Please note that your submission must include a headshot, speaker bio, and session topic overview for use on the conference website (see Speaker Information below for details).

Your full presentation, including any slides or accompanying materials, must be submitted to NM PRSA no later than Friday, February 16, 2018.

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