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Senior Leaders in the Communications Industry Are Invited to Participate in Global Communications Report
Senior leaders in the communications industry - whether in a company, organization, or government agency - are invited to participate in the first-ever Global Communications Report, conducted by the University of Southern California’s Center for Public Relations. Scheduled for release in April 2016, the new Global Communications Report will provide unprecedented insight into the evolution of the global communications industry by analyzing emerging trends in talent, structure, compensation and diversity on both the client and agency sides of the business. More importantly, the report will help those entering the PR industry better understand the skills and traits they will need to be successful in this dynamic profession. To learn more and participate, click here. Survey closes Feb. 26, 2016.


NAGC Members Mourn the Loss of George Selby,
NAGC Past President (2008-2010)

With sadness we learned of the unexpected passing of NAGC Past President (2008-2010) George Selby, who died following an accident on Dec. 21, 2015. He suffered a traumatic brain injury from a fall, and died from his injuries the same day. George spent many years as a government communicator working for several agencies, such as the National Archives, the Library of Congress, and the Census Bureau. He recently retired from the U.S. Ability One Commission where he was director of communications and external affairs. You may read his obituary here. Memorial donations can be made to the Wounded Warrior Project, http://woundedwarriorproject.org.