WWPR offers a host of events throughout the year designed to offer members opportunities to connect, learn, and grow professionally. From its signature Washington PR Woman of the Year and Emerging Leaders Awards, to monthly professional development luncheons, to after-hours opportunities to have fun and connect with other members, WWPR’s well-attended programs and activities feature some of the top PR and communications professionals in the region as well as industry leaders from across the U.S.

Please visit our Monthly Events Calendar to view upcoming events, and check here frequently for events news and highlights!

Save the date for our upcoming events!

Date                                                                Event

Thursday, January 22, 2015
12 PM to 1:30 PM

Non-members: $60; WWPR and PRSA members: $45

WWPR Annual Meeting and Board Induction

Jumpstart the New Year by attending the WWPR Annual Meeting and Board Induction! Network with other PR pros, meet the new WWPR board of directors and learn how to make your best qualities shine through from our keynote speaker,  Matthew Kohut, Partner at KNP Communications and co-author of best-selling book “Compelling People: The Hidden Qualities that Make Us Influential”. Lunch will be a seated two-course affair at the historic National Press Club. At the conclusion of the program, Matthew Kohut will offer a book signing.Bring a friend and introduce them to the benefits of WWPR membership.
Space is limited so register today!

Venue: The National Press Club
529 14th Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20045

Thursday, February 5, 2015
6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Non-members: $20; WWPR, PRSA, ColorComm members & JHU students, alumni & faculty: Free

WWPR Thought Leadership PanelJoin WWPR, the Johns Hopkins University MA in Communication program and ColorComm for a panel discussion about raising the profile of an organization or its leadership as a thought leader for a topic or industry. Our panel of experts includes:

Moderator: Lauren Smith Dyer, @laurendc123, Director of Communications, Melanoma Research Foundation

Our speakers will address developing a thought leadership communications plan, strategy and tactics. Attendees will have the opportunity for Q&A with the panel. Light refreshments will be provided.

Space is limited so register today!


Venue: Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies
1740 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Kenney Herter Auditorium
Washington, D.C. 20036