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About PRSSA

Drexel University Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is a pre-professional public relations organization for students who are interested in public relations and communications. Our mission is to provide students the resources and opportunities to succeed not only in the classroom and co-op, but in the professional working environment. Through a variety of professional development workshops and presentations, guest speakers and more, we hope to expand students’ knowledge and expertise in the industry.

 

Any updates will be made on our event page and on our social media platforms.

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President

OSCAR LOPEZ

Class: Junior

Major/Concentration: Communications

Minor: Politics

Career Aspirations: To work in Governmental PR  or the public policy field. 

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Vice President

HAILEY OSOWSKI

Class: Junior 

Major/Concentration: Communications and Public Relations

Minor: Entertainment and Arts Management

Career Aspiration: Publicist and/or artist management. 

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Director of

Social Media

LILY POLITO

Class: Senior 

Major/Concentration: Communications and Public Relations

Minor: EAM and Spanish 

Career Aspiration: PR/Marketing in the arts.  

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Secretary

ZOE HANFMANN

Class: 

Major/Concentration: 

Minor: 

Career Aspirations:

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Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

DANI CHUNG

Class: Junior

Major/Concentration: Communications and Public Relations

Minor: Organizational Management

Career Aspiration: Working in External Communications and partnership development for a publishing company.

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Faculty Advisor

SCOTT TATTAR

Favorite topic/class to teach: Favorite topic: Corporate Social Responsibility; Favorite class: 181 PR Principles & Theory

Favorite movie: (tie) The Godfather and Fight Club (also my two favorite books!)

Favorite Philly Activity: Watching a Phillies game

One thing you can't live without: Peanut butter crackers, clementines and PRSSA (of course)

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