MGA's Julin Takes Helm as CEO of PRSA
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MGA's Julin Takes Helm as CEO of PRSA

Jeffrey Julin, president of Denver-based MGA Communications, has taken the helm as chair and chief executive officer effective of the Public Relations Society of America.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Jeffrey Julin, president of Denver-based MGA Communications, has taken the helm as chair and chief executive officer effective of the Public Relations Society of America.

Julin will be responsible for advancing PRSA’s role in creating a broad understanding of the role public relations plays in a rapidly changing world. In addition, having led the development of the Society’s new three-year strategic plan, he will work closely with PRSA president William Murray to align the organization around the goals of the plan. 

“Public relations professionals look forward to enormous opportunities to advance the role of the profession by creating rigorous yet respectful dialogue at all levels of society,” added Julin. “The influences of new media, increasing diversity and a 2008 presidential campaign will thrust the profession into the public spotlight in new ways. PRSA is ready to advocate for communications standards, practices and ethics that emphasize the full range of public relations to create respectful engagement that honors all perspectives.”
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