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IPR is featuring research and some of the many Indigenous pioneers who have had an impact on the field of public relations in celebration of Native American Heritage Month. Elizabeth Wanamaker Peratrovich was born in Petersburg, Alaska on July 4, 1911. She was adopted by Andrew and Mary Wanamaker and attended the Western College of … Continue reading Indigenous Pioneer Elizabeth Wanamaker Peratrovich (1911-1958)

Women of Influence+ examined how women are treated as they succeed in an industry and the impact it has on women worldwide in the workplace. The study was conducted through the lens of Tall Poppy Syndrome, which occurs when people are attacked, resented, disliked, or cut down because of their achievements or success. 4,710 employed women … Continue reading The Cost of Ambition for Women at Work

IPR is featuring some of the many AAPI pioneers who impacted the field of public relations in celebration of AAPI Heritage Month. Patsy Mink was born in Paia, Hawaii, in 1925 to a Sansei Japanese-American family. She grew up in a working-class community. After graduating high school as valedictorian in 1944 and doing a year at … Continue reading Patsy Mink (1927-2002)