WWPR 2019 Member Survey
Dear WWPR Members,
We're asking for a few minutes of your time to complete a very short survey (only 12 questions!) to help WWPR plan for the future and keep up with your needs as DC communications professionals. We're looking for feedback on what programs and member benefits are most helpful and any ideas you may have for improving WWPR.
Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts!
Welcome to the 2019 Member Survey!
How long have you been a member of Washington Women in Public Relations?
Less than a year
One to five years
Five to ten years
More than 10 years
I am not currently a member
I don't know/I'm not sure
How many years of work experience do you have in the communications/public relations industry?
Of the following categories, which does your work include? Please check all that apply.
What do you value most about WWPR? Please check all that apply.
Professional development and skills training
Staying informed of industry news
Pro Bono opportunities
Which committees are you involved in and/or hope to get involved in? Please select all that apply.
Professional Development Committee
Partnerships & Sponsorships Committee
Pro Bono Committee
Strategic Planning Committee
Emerging Leaders Awards Committee
Washington PR Woman of the Year Committee
Approximately how many WWPR events have you attended in the past year?
6 or more events
What types of events would you like to see more of in the coming year? Please select all that apply.
Skills training / professional development events
On which social media do you follow WWPR? Please select all that apply.
I don't follow WWPR on social media.
What types of information would you like to receive more of through WWPR communications (newsletter, website, social media, etc.)? Please check all that apply.
Would you recommend WWPR to a friend or colleague?
How satisfied are you with the value WWPR provides?
How can WWPR better serve you? Please provide suggestions to help us improve.
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