The Counselors’ Network is a section of the general membership. Members pay additional fees for special services. The group was founded as a result of the 1986 FPRA strategic plan where the association recognized the need for senior level programming especially as it pertains to both private and corporate practitioners who counsel on a regular basis.

Membership in the network is open to any member of the association who is:

  • accredited by FPRA or a North American Public Relations Council (NAPRC) affiliated organization;
  • is actively engaged a substantial amount of their time in providing public relations counseling services to top-level management;
  • has ten years of experience in public relations; and
  • has spent a minimum of three years as a full-time counselor – either in private practice or within his or her organization.

Benefits include special programming such as the mid-year meeting and annual conference breakout sessions. Other special functions, as well as an annual business meeting, are held in conjunction with FPRA’s annual conference.

Learn more about the Counselors’ Network.