Agozzino to judge PRSA’s Silver Anvil
Dr. Alisa Agozzino, assistant professor of public relations, is one of the 160 thought leaders and experts from the field of public relations selected to judge the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Silver Anvils on March 22, 2013, in New York City.
She, alongside other experts in the field, will spend eight hours combing through over 850 entries to determine the public relations field’s most outstanding entries to be recognized as the new level of excellence. PRSA extends invitations to judge for the annual Silver Anvil competition to experts in the public relations field. PRSA identifies individuals with experience and expertise in various disciplines and specialties within the public relations profession. PRSA looks for thought leaders in all the areas that each judge will evaluate – research, planning, execution and evaluation.
The Silver Anvil is awarded annually to organizations reaching the very highest levels of professional achievement. This award gives recognition to professionals who encompass exemplary professional skill, creativity and resourcefulness. The Silver Anvil spotlights excellent performance in the public relations industry. Awards distinguish complete programs incorporating sound research, planning, execution and evaluation. Judges may choose one Silver Anvil winner and up to three Award of Excellence winners per category. The 60+-year award has been given to practitioners, agencies, large and small businesses, corporations, nonprofits, associations and government organizations.