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posted Sep 20, 2012 - 3:07:45pm
The Volusia-Flagler Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association held their installation luncheon Sept. 11 at Sunset Harbor Yacht Club. Chris Gent, the incoming state president-elect installed the local chapter’s new board. WFTV Channel 9 news reporter Blaine Tolison was on hand for their media meet and greet.
The 2012-13 slate of officers are:
President Kent Donahue, special assistant to the city manager for the City of Port Orange; President-Elect Stefany Strong, public-information officer for the Volusia County Health Department; Immediate Past President Tangela Boyd, senior media relations manager for the Daytona Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau; Secretary Elizabeth “Bissy” Holden, advertising and public-relations manager for Florida Health Care Plans; Vice President of Finance Mary Dorn, APR, consultant, Mary Dorn Communications; Vice President of Public Relations Marisol Moreno, director of sales and marketing for Country Inn & Suites by Carlson Port Orange/Daytona; Vice President of Membership Pam Hamlin, public-relations consultant; Vice President of Programs Byron Cogdell, public-relations specialist for Halifax Health; Vice President of Special Events Andrew Booth Sr., manager of media relations for Daytona International Speedway; Student Liaison Chair Trish Mucciolo, director of sales and marketing for Daytona Fun Parks; Accreditation Chair Helen Riger, APR, CPRC, administrator of cultural services for the City of Daytona Beach; Vice President of Communications Tyler Stover, community-outreach director for the Halifax Humane Society; Technology Chair Vicki Pleus, APR, CPRC, president, VP Communications; Historian Bob Barker, Rrtired.
The Volusia-Flagler Chapter of FPRA was established in 1974 and is committed to the professional development of the region’s public relations and communications practitioners and students through monthly professional development programs, networking and continuing education opportunities. For more info, visit www.fpravf.org.
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