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Awards

How to Write a Winning Nomination

By Nidia Yanez, 2016 PR Woman of the Year Committee Member Writing a nomination, particularly a winning one for Woman of the Year, isn’t an easy process. Much thought goes into crafting a nomination and there are only so many pages you can use to write about your...

2015 ELA Honorees Continue to Shine

By Tamara Moore, Vice President at The Reis Group and Emerging Leaders Awards Committee Member Since 2010, Washington Women in Public Relations has recognized young leaders in the DC communications area. Our 2015 class of three honorees included inspirations leaders...

Looking Back: Our 2015 Women of the Year Nominees

Christina Nicols, senior vice president and director of strategic planning and research at Hager Sharp, was named the Washington Women in Public Relations’ (WWPR) 2015 Washington PR Woman of the Year in a ceremony honoring top public relations executives and...

What It Means To “Do Your Best”

By Alexandra Dickinson, Director and Chief of Staff at Beekeeper Group, and co-Dean of the DC Chapter of the Awesome Foundation Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of Washington...

WWPR Honors Rising Communications Leaders

WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 17, 2015) – Washington Women in Public Relations (WWPR) proudly announced three inspiring communications professionals as the 2015 Emerging Leaders Awards honorees: Sarah Coppersmith, Emily Rasowsky and Shannon Toher. The Emerging Leaders...

ELA 2015 – Win a free ticket! 

What’s Your Superpower? Tell Us and Win! You could win a FREE ticket to the 2015 Emerging Leaders Awards.  To enter, please tweet a video, image or quote describing your superpower and use the hashtag #ELA2015 in your tweet. One entry per person. The winner will be...