The Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA) is a statewide organization of more than 1,200 public relations professionals dedicated to advancing the profession of public relations and enhancing the professional development of its members. 

 

Ocala Chapter

Welcome to the Ocala Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association. Recognized as 2018 Chapter of the Year, we pride ourselves on building better public relations practitioners and communicators. Formed in 1980, the chapter boasts a strong membership representing industries including: government, associations, nonprofit, education, healthcare, legal, corporate, retail, agencies, and small business. Members are committed not only to the betterment of our profession, but also to our community through a number of community service projects held each year.

Ocala Chapter Fact Sheet

FPRA is a sound professional investment that opens the door to a world of opportunities for:

  • Professional Development
  • Networking with Peers
  • Awards & Recognition for Excellence in Public Relations
  • Accreditation & Certification Support
  • Leadership Growth

Professional Development

monthly professional development meetings are held every third Friday.*

Time:11:45 networking | Noon- 1 pm Luncheon

 

 

Location: College of Central Florida| Ewers Century Center| 3003 SW College Road| Ocala, FL 34474

For RSVP and meeting inquires, contact Kristina Donohue at kristinadonohue@gmail.com

Every third Thursday in June, July, and August

 

Chapter Communications

Website: fpraocala.org

Facebook: facebook.com/FPRAOcala

Twitter: @OcalaFPRA

Instagram: @FPRA_Ocala

PO Box 5575

Ocala, FL 34478

 

 

Chapter Leadership

Lauren Debick

President

Ocala Chapter

lauren.debick@hcahealthcare.com

 

To learn more about our organization, view the video below spotlighting 75 years of FPRA history. The exhibit was unveiled at the 2013 FPRA Annual Conference.



 

FPRA Ocala Chapter The Ocala Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association builds better public relations practitioners and communicators through professional development, networking opportunities and ethical practices.   Formed in 1980, the chapter boasts a strong membership representing nearly every industry in the area, including: government, associations, nonprofit, education, healthcare, legal, corporate, retail, agencies and small business. Members are committed not only to the betterment of our profession, but also to our community through a number of community service projects held each year.

Chapter Recognitions and Awards Code of Ethics