By Posted in - Counselors Academy & Professional Development & Public Relations on May 27th, 2013

Say hello to Pam Golden, President of GLA Communications just outside of New York City. Combining her background in technology and journalism, Pam founded Golden Loder Associates in 1986. Pam will provide help on content and sponsorships for the 2013 Conference. Keep reading to learn more!

Getting to know you…
Name:  Pam Golden

Agency: GLA Communications

Position: President

First job in PR: Account Executive at Frank Barth Inc.

Your insights…

Most loved thing about being in PR: Being able to help companies and people achieve their goals and objectives

Best source for breaking PR newsPR Week

Number one recommendation to new PR professionals: Be inquisitive, learn as much as you can and ask questions

About Counselors Academy…

Most valuable aspect of being a Counselors Academy member: Having access to really smart people who are willing to share their knowledge

Role on the planning committee: Helping on content and sponsorships

Best thing about the Counselors Academy conference: Two best things: gaining new knowledge and being with my fellow CA members

Most fun memory of a Counselors Academy conference: Sharing desserts during dine-around dinner in New Orleans


Counselors Academy Member Spotlight Blog Series: 

Our very own Dana Hughens is the PRSA’s Counselors Academy Conference Chair for the 2013 conference June 9-11 in Austin, Texas. As conference chair, she has the privilege to work with other members of the conference planning committee, which consists of senior-level PR counselors and agency owners from across the United States and Canada. We caught up with these PR pros to find out their secret to success and what they love most about Counselors Academy.



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  • Dana Hughens - Reply

    May 28, 2013 at 6:40 pm

    Pam! So glad we met in NOLA last year, and I appreciate your work on the committee this year. See you in Austin soon!

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