The PRSA Southeast Wisconsin Community Outreach Committee represents the industry’s most experienced and engaged communications professionals who are dedicated to professional development, engaged with our community and committed to our nonprofit partners’ success.
The PRSA Southeast Wisconsin Community Outreach Committee serves nonprofits in the Greater Milwaukee area with missions that align with our designated areas of focus, by utilizing professional experience to create communications that advance their missions and achieve results.
Utilizing members’ skills and knowledge across the spectrum of public relations, the committee will work with nonprofit executives and communication leaders to support organization’s goals and initiatives by providing communication counsel and support, creating strategic communication plans and assisting with implementation. Specifically, the committee members will support nonprofits with the following elements: media relations, stakeholder engagement, community outreach, leadership communications, marketing, advertising, internal communications, social media, events, and video. The committee will engage in planning, research, writing, and assist with implementation. All engagements will include development of a “nonprofit kit,” customized to meet specific needs of the organization.
Since 2015, the Community Outreach Committee has worked exclusively with Repairers of the Breach, Milwaukee’s only daytime warming shelter for the homeless, serving families, veterans and individuals. The Committee worked directly with the organization’s executive director and board members, and helped with a variety of projects including:
- Frequent media pitching, resulting in ongoing coverage (especially during cold weather)
- Redesign of their website
- Social media management and consultation
- Video production for general promotion and for their events
- Guidance on development of collateral pieces
- Visibility planning for executive director to enhance donor relations
The committee is excited to expand its footprint and impact in 2018, by serving multiple nonprofits with several initiatives.
2018 Nonprofit Application Form – available January 2018
Deadline to be announced
Interested in joining our committee? Click here for a position description. Email Katy Glodosky at email@example.com for more information.
Katy is the public relations manager for Kane Communications Group, a Milwaukee-based strategic communications firm. She is proud to serve as the director at large for the Public Relations Society of American – Southeast Wisconsin Chapter, overseeing the community outreach committee. Katy brings a mix of public and media relations, community engagement, corporate communications and leadership counsel, and writing experience to the team. Katy builds beneficial relationships with audiences, key stakeholders and the media to meet business goals. From growing brands through facing a crisis, Katy protects and manages reputations, working with internal staff; advocates; and local, national and industry media to share stories. Katy’s expertise includes public relations strategy development for personal brands, nonprofits, government and social service agencies, and health care systems. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Allison Kucek has served on the Community Service committee for three years. She is an Account Manager at Trefoil Group where she is responsible for the design, management and execution of strategic, integrated marketing programs for a wide range of clients across B2B and B2C industries. Allison has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. You can reach her at email@example.com.
With a decade of copywriting, strategizing and design experience, Alyssa Schoenwaelder brings versatile marketing, PR and communications experience to the committee. Truth be told, Alyssa didn’t like to write much as a kid. Because writing meant spelling, and she was told you can’t be creative when it comes to spelling. Well isn’t that a bunch of bologna? Or wait, is that baloney? Either way, she’s come a long way since then. She recently left her full-time agency gig to stay busy freelancing, volunteering and instilling a love of creativity (and spelling) in her young son. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Katrina Schwarz is currently involved in the community outreach committee with the PRSA Southeastern Wisconsin chapter and is also on the Board for Ad 2 Milwaukee and communications committee for the Wisconsin Breast Cancer Coalition. She works in marketing and communications at the National Fluid Power Association and has journalism internship experience in both the United States and Germany. She graduated from UW-Milwaukee with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s degree in media studies. Outside of work and volunteering, she loves to travel and speaks several languages. You can reach Katrina at email@example.com.
Alex Moulchin is the Digital Marketing Specialist at Quarles & Brady LLP, where she focuses on digital strategy, social media, public relations, and analytics. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations, Political Science, and Creative Writing from Valparaiso University. While attending Valpo, she was the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) chapter president and received the National Golden Key Award, the highest honor given to a PRSSA member. Alex proudly sits on the University of Wisconsin – Kappa Kappa Gamma – Eta Chapter Advisory Board. You can reach Alex at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @alexmoulchin.
My name is Jeremy Hansen and I just graduated from Carroll University with a B.S in Communication. I am now the Internet Marketing Specialist for Lamps USA. I have been part of this Community Outreach committee for almost a year now. My past work for this committee has included videography and sending out press releases to the media, but I also have experience in social media, email blasts, and many other skills. You can reach me at email@example.com.