PRSA Governance

PRSA was founded in 1992 and incorporated in the State of New York. Currently, it is a 501 [c] (3) non-profit charitable organization under certification by the United States Internal Revenue Service. An important implication of this is that donations to PRSA’s operational and restricted funds are tax-deductible.

PRSA has an Executive Council, which is elected during its biennial conferences. The Executive Council holds quarterly meetings to discuss and make decisions on regular business matters that include organizing its conferences and other events, preparing a budget and managing its finances, recruiting potential candidates for future Executive Councils and its regular and ad hoc committees, and providing guidance and a long-term vision for the sustenance and growth of the organization.

For the benefit of our current, past and potential PRSA members and the public at large, we will include on a page adjacent to this one, a series of biographical notes introducing the principal officers of the Association (President, Past-President, Vice-President/President-Elect, Secretary and Treasurer.