Presenting Sabrina Kidwai, PRONet Organizer

Sabrina Kidwai is a guest on Conversations in Public Relations.

Sabrina Kidwai

Sabrina Kidwai

Sabrina Kidwai is a member of the Public Relations Society of America and a co-chair for the PROnet committee.

The PROnet Committee targets public relations professionals with seven years or less experience in the field of public relations, as well as graduating students, new professionals to the industry, and others interested in expanding their knowledge of public relations through networking and professional development activities.

Sabrina is in charge of coordinating and planning monthly networking events for PROnet, and will talk about this fun and exciting networking group in her interview for Conversations in Public Relations.

Sabrina Kidwai and Mary Fletcher Jones

Sabrina Kidwai and Mary Fletcher Jones

Sabrina has been involved in public relations for eight years and is currently the media relations manager for the Association for Career and Technical Education, which she joined in December 2006.

She is responsible for managing all of ACTE’s media activities, including responding to media inquiries, developing and executing media plans, and providing media relations advice for members.

She is a current fellow in the IEL Education Policy Fellowship Program in Washington, DC.

Before joining ACTE, she served as media relations director for a small non-profit in South Carolina, and she worked as an account manager for a high-tech public relations firm.

Sabrina received her Bachelor’s in Journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia, and her Master’s in Public Administration from the University of South Carolina.

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