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Olga Gonzalez Appointed President-Elect of PRSA-NY

Olga Gonzalez, President-Elect of PRSA-NY

(Press Release) NEW YORK, NY – Jewelry public relations expert and gemologist Olga Gonzalez, FGA DGA, has been appointed President-Elect of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) New York Chapter.

As president-elect, Gonzalez is responsible for the chapter’s strategic direction, management and oversight of chapter committees. She’s also the chair of the 2016 Big Apple Awards, one of the most prestigious awards competitions in public relations. The three-year position follows with the position of PRSA-NY chapter president in 2017, and head of the PRSA-NY Nominating Committee for 2018.

The New York City chapter is one of the founding chapters and the third-largest chapter of the Public Relations Society of America, the world’s largest professional organization for public relations practitioners.

Olga Gonzalez is currently the founder/CEO of Pietra PR, a jewelry communications agency working with mid-to-large sized manufacturers, designers, trade associations, labs and businesses supporting the gem and jewelry trade.

If you have questions, contact [email protected] or call 212-913-9761.

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