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Boatner Honored As Hall of Fame Award Recipient

October 15, 2018

 

NEW YORK (Oct. 15, 2018) – Brandi Boatner, social and influencer communications lead, Global Markets at IBM was awarded the Hall of Fame Award at the PRSSA 2018 National Conference.
Boatner was delighted with the news and shared, “this recognition means the world to me. I am thankful for everything that PRSSA has provided me and I could not be more proud to receive such an honor.”
This prestigious award is given to a PRSSA alumnus who has built a distinguished career in public relations and continues to support the Society. In 2007, while completing her master’s degree at Hawaii Pacific University, Boatner served on the PRSSA National Committee as vice president of advocacy, a position created in 2005. She went on to become the first multicultural woman to lead the Society as PRSSA National President.
Boatner’s career focuses on public relations involving digital aspects, data and diversity. She has been at IBM for eight years and has maintained active involvement in PRSSA by speaking at annual events such as the PRSSA Leadership Rally and National Conferences. Boatner is an asset to the public relations field and the Society.
About the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
The Public Relations Student Society of America (www.prssa.prsa.org) is the foremost organization for students interested in public relations and communications. Founded in 1968 by its parent organization, the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), PRSSA includes more than 10,000 student members and advisers and is active at more than 330 colleges and universities.
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NEW YORK (Oct. 15, 2018) – Brandi Boatner, social and influencer communications lead, Global Markets at IBM was awarded the Hall of Fame Award at the PRSSA 2018 National Conference.

Boatner was delighted with the news and shared, “this recognition means the world to me. I am thankful for everything that PRSSA has provided me and I could not be more proud to receive such an honor.”

This prestigious award is given to a PRSSA alumnus who has built a distinguished career in public relations and continues to support the Society. In 2007, while completing her master’s degree at Hawaii Pacific University, Boatner served on the PRSSA National Committee as vice president of advocacy, a position created in 2005. She went on to become the first multicultural woman to lead the Society as PRSSA National President.

Boatner’s career focuses on public relations involving digital aspects, data and diversity. She has been at IBM for eight years and has maintained active involvement in PRSSA by speaking at annual events such as the PRSSA Leadership Rally and National Conferences. Boatner is an asset to the public relations field and the Society.


About the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)

The Public Relations Student Society of America (www.prssa.prsa.org) is the foremost organization for students interested in public relations and communications. Founded in 1968 by its parent organization, the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), PRSSA includes more than 10,000 student members and advisers and is active at more than 330 colleges and universities.

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