THE FUTURE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS
ACADEMICS AND PRACTITIONERS HAVE THEIR SAY
"The biggest issue in PR is the lack of ethnic diversity and the lack of women in leadership roles. While the later I have no doubt will result in positive outcomes, I’m less hopeful about the ethnic diversity in both the industry and in mid-to-senior level roles."
Working on Dialogues was one of the most cherishing experiences we have had last semester. From showing-up for meetings on time, planning and brainstorming ideas to reaching out to PR practitioners situated in different parts of the world, it was a wholesome personality development training. Trying to get a hold of such reputed and busy individuals became a challenge at one point, but we got through it with David and Tom’s help. We first participated in this publication with notion that it would be a good portfolio piece for us. Little did we know that it would turn into such a successful and wholesome experience for us that we would cherish. We interacted with some of the best PR practitioners and academics around the world and learnt about their views on the past, present and future of the PR industry. Not only, had we honed our writing, editing and content creation skills, but also made valuable networks during this process, which is very rewarding.
◦ Ruchi Pithadia
◦ Vandhana Srinivasan
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