Welcome to PRSA Tulsa

Welcome to the website for the Tulsa chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. Participating in our local activities puts you in touch with the region's top public relations professionals. We offer monthly meetings with engaging speakers, affordable professional development seminars, opportunities to connect with other talented professionals and a monthly e-mail newsletter.

PRSA members are employed by local and national businesses, public relations agencies, educational institutions, trade and professional groups, healthcare groups and nonprofit organizations.

We invite you to find out more about our premier organization today! Also, check out our national organization at www.prsa.org.


 

June Lunch Meeting: Inclusive Communication
Why it’s important and how to create it
June 09, 2016
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Tulsa Country Club
701 North Union Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74127
http://www.tulsacountryclub.com
 
 

Inclusive Communication
Why it’s important and how to create it

Diversity and inclusion are buzzwords we hear regularly as being important additions to the business world and communication practices we undertake each day. But what does that really mean? Join PRSA Tulsa in June to learn more about the importance of developing inclusive communication programs and gain tips based on one local company’s experiences.

What You’ll Learn
• Explore the business case for focusing on diversity and inclusion in workplace communications.
• Examine some communications blunders related to diversity and inclusion
• Learn tips and gain resources to ensure inclusive communications

About the Speaker
Justice Waidner Smith is the diversity and inclusion program manager for ONEOK. Prior to joining ONEOK, she worked as the director of human resources for YWCA Tulsa and as the co-director of the Inclusion Institute, YWCA Tulsa’s diversity and community education arm. Professionally, Justice has worked for inclusion efforts for nearly 15 years. She has a B.A. in social identity theory from Hampshire College in Amherst, MA, and a master’s degree in intercultural leadership and management from the School for International Training Graduate Institute in Vermont. Justice is active in numerous community initiatives throughout the city. She serves on the board of directors for Camp Fire Green Country, Teach for America, The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges and her church. In addition, Justice is the vice president of diversity of the Tulsa Area HR Association and serves on the leadership team for Mosaic, the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s D&I Institute.