Washington Women in PR to Recognize an Up and Coming PR Pro

sitemock-2_r1_c1So often, awards for career accomplishments are delayed into the latter stages of our careers, which can be discouraging for those of us who like the glory in addition to the hard work. But luckily, one professional organization has created a designation that allows professional PR women the chance to be recognized for career accomplishments.

The Washington Women in PR (famous for their PR Woman of the Year Award) are looking to honor the area’s up and coming public relations professionals this spring with a new distinction: the Emerging Leaders Award.This new award is a special designation for those women who have already made a significant impact on the industry and highlights their potential to contribute to the industry for many years to come, making them truly emerging leaders. WWPR will honor three outstanding young women, ages 21-35, in the Washington, D.C. metro area who have excelled in public relations and related fields.

“By recognizing emerging leaders in the field, WWPR is highlighting the intelligent, innovative young women who already are making a name for themselves as public relations, marketing and communications professionals,” said Debbie Friez, President of WWPR. “Whether you’re an entry-level professional seeking mentors or an employer seeking new talent, knowing exactly who are the up-and-coming professionals in the field is valuable. WWPR is proud to be honoring these impressive individuals and creating value for the community at the same time.”

The application deadline is April 30.

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