Director of Public Relations
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The Director of Public Relations is in charge of portraying and managing the chapter’s image to the public. This involves developing and implementing strategic communications that build mutually beneficial relationships between the chapter and other organizations.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: (Include the following: other duties may be assigned.)

  • Creates and maintains partnerships and secures MOUs (Memorandums of Understanding) with: Other professional organizations, Other organizations within NSHMBA’s realm of interest, and Federal and local government agencies
  • Conducts outreach to other Latino professional groups and attends their networking events
  • Creates partnerships strategies with the national office to increase partnerships at the local and chapter level
  • Works with partner organizations/ government agencies in the development of joint events
  • Secures government speakers/panel members for local events
  • Works with the Corporate Relations Director in networking and relationship building of local resources in events with partner organizations that are sponsored
  • Creates surveys to be given at chapter events
  • Works to make sure media communications are released to the public
  • Creates News Releases
  • Writes newspaper articles
  • Makes sure other media communications are created
  • Creates promotional Videos
  • Takes photos from every Prospanica related event
  • Sends any media communications that are created to the Director of IT/Marketing Officer for appropriate posting in chapter communication channels
  • Reports to: Chapter Board Executive Vice President and/or President
  • Volunteer Expectation: Approx. 10 hrs./week. More time may be requested according to chapter commitments.
  • Term: 1 position required 1-year term -2 term limit, and annually elected.
  • Counts towards quorum: no
  • Voting privilege: no
  • Privilege to motion and second: no
  • Privilege to discuss: yes