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Final PRSA-NY Board Meeting of 2014 Brings Down Gavel on Successful Year

The last board meeting of the 2014 year brought a wrap-up of the chapter’s business for 2014 and the orderly succession of officers for 2015. Outgoing president Henry Feintuch, president of Feintuch Communications, opened the meeting and shared professional and personal reflections of the year and thanked the officers, board members, volunteers and professional staff whose hard work led to a successful 2014 for PRSA-NY.

Mr. Feintuch presented incoming president, Linda Krebs, president of LKPR, with the ceremonial gavel and wished her and her slate of officers well for the year ahead. In turn, Ms. Krebs thanked Mr. Feintuch on behalf of the organization and presented him with a plaque for his dedication and service to the chapter.

A press release detailing the complete listing of newly elected officers and directors will be distributed shortly. Next year, Mr. Feintuch will head the chapter’s nominating committee as well as a special ad hoc committee looking to make changes to the organization’s board and operating structure.


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Public relations professionals everywhere joined a first-of-its-kind bi-coastal Hangout (produced by PRSA-LA and PRSA-NY), during which a panel of top-tier entertainment journalists discussed the “do’s and don’ts” of pitching and securing editorial coverage in coveted broadcast and print outlets. 

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About PRSA-NY

The Public Relations Society of America, New York City chapter is one of the founding chapters of the Public Relations Society of America, the world’s largest professional organization for public relations practitioners. Founded in 1948, PRSA-NY is the third largest PRSA local chapter in the U.S. The chapter serves the interests of public relations professionals working in business and industry, counseling firms, government, associations, hospitals, schools, professional services firms and nonprofit organizations. Chapter board and committee members are volunteer public relations professionals who work in the New York metropolitan area.