Women In PR Bids Farewell To The PR Industry

Women In PR Bids Farewell To The PR Industry

 

Miami, FL, (September 23, 2014) – Women In PR (WIPR), a community and resource for public relations professionals, aspiring publicists, and students, has announced that it’s closing due to unfortunate circumstances and illness.

Women In PR has had four strong and successful years and has been widely known among the female communications community for its various workshops and its annual Women In PR summit. The Women In PR Summit was an annual leadership event that brought together the next-generation of public relations professionals from across the world to empower, educate, and encourage tomorrow’s tech-savvy and socially connected women in public relations.

“We started this organization to help provide awareness, education, and empower women within the PR industry. It saddens me that we have to close Women In PR, but I have to take the time to focus on my health and well being,” said Anje Collins, co-founder of WIPR. “It has been a great four years and a pleasure being a resource for the PR community and we loved seeing many of you grow into the strong confident PR women that you are. I appreciate all the women that have supported our organization and I wish them all much success with all of their endeavors.”

Women In PR has empowered hundreds of women to reach their full potential and has honored many accomplished publicists throughout the years. In addition to honoring publicists, Women In PR has given back to the community and raised awareness for countless social issues and non-profit organizations.

Women In PR plans to close all its web properties by the end of the week.

 About Women In PR

Launched in April 2011, Women In PR is a vital resource for public relations colleagues, professionals, aspiring publicists, and students. Women In PR empower women to reach their full potential by promoting their professional growth and inspiring them to share their successes in the rapidly changing world of public relations.www.womeninpr.org.

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Comments

  1. Monica G. Wood says:

    Deeply sadden to learn of the closing. Thank you for inspiring many newbies to become their best in this serious profession. And, thank you for inspiring me, an old head, to take hold of the call you believed was placed in you to start such an endeavor. May God’s healing power overpower you and His love and comfort be your strength. Blessings.
    Monica G. Wood, MWPR, Inc. @MWPRINCight

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