WINNIPEG, May 22, 2008 — Adam Dooley, president of Dooley Communications, finished his term as president of CPRS Manitoba yesterday, capping a highly successful two year presidency which saw the chapter launch the Manitoba Communicator of the Year award,Â host a well-attended conference andÂ more than double its membership.
“It was my privilege to beÂ president during a time when we had excellent and energetic boards of directors,” said Dooley. “I’m very proud of the things we accomplished during my term and I look forward to contributing to the chapter as past president as well.”
Last year, CPRS Manitoba hosted its first professional development conference in more than decade. It attracted registrants from around the country and received very positive feedback for those who attended. This year, for its 50th anniversary, the chapter launched the inaugural Manitoba Communicator of the Year award to recognize excellence in communications.
“It’s more important than ever to have good, solid communications strategies today,” said Dooley. “It’s high time we recognize that contemporary business, government and non-profit organizations can’t survive without well developed and well executed communications and public relations plans.”
Dooley Communications offers strategic public relations and corporate communications services to businesses, government agencies and non-profits. Services include media training, communications audits, event management and the production of a wide variety of communications materials from print to web.