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- The public relations industry is constantly on the lookout for new leaders.
- Insider is seeking nominations for the industry’s rising stars to know.
- Submit your nominations by February 10.
Insider is seeking nominations for its fourth annual list of PR’s rising stars.
We’re looking for ambitious up-and-comers with a track record of leadership, who know how to manage teams and coordinate projects, and remain calm in the face of a crisis.
Last year, we featured a diverse range of strategic thinkers who found creative ways to message about financial transactions, sustainability, diversity, and other tough topics. But 2022 also brought stiff economic challenges to the business community, and those challenges will likely continue into 2023 — so seasoned PR staff will be needed more than ever to help their clients and companies keep the ship steady.
We want to feature PR pros that can think outside of the box, or who are adept at using data analytics to inform campaign strategies. And because of clients’ expectations that their agencies have diverse workforces, we want to hear about people who come from minority backgrounds.
We’re looking for both PR pros from agencies and in-house teams who are below the VP level, and based in the US. We’ll consider people’s responsibilities and, in the case of agency staffers, the clients they handle.
We’d like to include no more than one person per company, but we’re open to receiving multiple nominations from the same company.
Submit your nominations using the Google form below. Please send high-res headshots of these individuals here.
The deadline for submissions is February 10. Submit your nominations here and include as much detail as to why your nominee deserves to be recognized.