Daily Archives: January 7, 2019

Words from the WPC president: Let’s get ready for the next year!

Have you started making your New Year’s resolutions? Or do you just not even go down that road anymore? I have to admit it’s hard for me to do – and keep – personal resolutions. But I’m extremely proud that our 2018 board set some initiatives and followed through on […]

KPC contest entries due: Jan. 9 early bird, book deadline Jan. 15, others Jan. 22

The Kansas Professional Communicators’ annual communications contest is still accepting entries. Administrated by our national parent organization, NFPW, this year’s contest has undergone several changes, ranging from the types of categories to the requirements for submission. All entries and payments will be handled digitally. Because communicators now do all kinds […]

Communicator of Achievement nominations needed

Nominations are being accepted for the 2019 Communicator of Achievement (COA) award, an honor presented by the Kansas Professional Communicators (KPC). The COA award is the highest honor bestowed as it reflects a person’s involvement at the local, state and national level along with the community. The winner will be […]

State conference to be in March in Emporia

A final date has not been set, but the Kansas Professional Communicators annual conference is set to happen on a Saturday in March in Emporia. The KPC board is in the process of scheduling the conference based on venue space availability. If you have any ideas for programming, please contact […]

Renew your membership or join for 2019

WPC has maintained a diverse, vibrant membership, and we want to build on that success, as well as contribute to yours. Membership in WPC is by the calendar year, so please remember to renew or join for 2019, if you haven’t already. Download the 2019 app from the WPC website, […]

Introducing our 2019 WPC board

Besides the four elected positions of president, vice president, treasurer and secretary, appointed positions comprise the rest of the board. We are happy to announce we have several new faces on the 2019 WPC board. Brand new members are Emily Christensen, vice president for membership; Nadya Faulx, vice president for […]