Meeting Archive:
"Public Relations- The Good, The Bad, The Ugly"

Meeting Description:

“Public Relations-The Good, The Bad, The Ugly”

Tuesday, March 6, 2012- 3pm CST

Ideal for: VP/Public Relations, Chapter Correspondent, Collegiate Alumnae Relations Chairman, Activities Chairman, Panhellenic Delegate, Social Events Chairman, Risk Management Chairman, Philanthropy Chairman, Collegiate Chapter President, Alumna Advisor


Participate in this interactive webinar as we educate on the difference between proactive and reactive public relations in a chapter and why both are important for internal and external audiences. We’ll share ideas on marketing and promoting chapter events as well as how to handle some of the tough situations that a chapter may find themselves in. The VP/Public Relations has one of the most important officer positions in Tri Delta. Join us and find out why her role is so vital to the success of a chapter.



Date: Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Time: 03:00 PM CST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Sarah Williamson
 Presenter Information
Sarah Williamson
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Sarah is the Director of Educational Initiatives for The Center and oversees all educational programming and leadership development initiatives designed for Delta Delta Delta. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Mississippi University for Women and then went to obtain her Master of Arts degree in Higher Education Administration from the University of Alabama. Prior to working at the Tri Delta Executive Office, Sarah served as a Greek Advisor for five years. 


“I believe in the mission of The Center because I truly think that there is nothing wrong with a chapter that cannot be fixed and nothing right with a chapter that can’t be improved upon. The Center allows for so many opportunities to work with chapters to provide members with what they want in ways that pushes them to think outside the box, stretch outside their comfort zones and continually better their chapter!”

Natalie Parish
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Natalie serves Tri Delta Executive Office as the Chapter Resources Coordinator for The Center for Living, Learning & Leading. She received a Bachelor of Liberal Arts Degree in Anthropology from The University of Texas at Arlington where she joined the Beta Epsilon Chapter of Tri Delta. While a collegiate member, Natalie served as the Member Development Chairman, Vice President of Chapter Development and Collegiate Chapter President. During the 2009-2010 school year, Natalie traveled as a Field Consultant for Tri Delta working with both established and brand new chapters.  


“With my work with The Center, I have the opportunity to identify the needs of our organization and work with our members to find the relevant solutions. We are all about helping our members not only set goals, but achieve them. Ever member of Tri Delta is equally and individually responsible to the growth of Tri Delta- in every meaning of the word- and we, The Center are simply helping our members along the way!”