COVID-19 & Cancellation of The Seminar 2020


The Public Relations Seminar

FOR ALMOST 70 YEARS, The Seminar has been the premier organization of the highest-ranking communications and public affairs executives at the world's most influential corporations, nonprofit organizations and public relations agencies. The Seminar is at once an organization and an event, providing top professionals with a forum, a network and an exchange for the sharing of ideas at an annual three-day meeting.

Mission and Purpose

The mission of The Seminar is to expand the capability of the most senior communications and public affairs executives by facilitating three shared values: Leadership, Insight, and Fellowship.

Stimulating provocative insights, ideas and knowledge pertaining to world events and political, social, economic and technological trends to enable communications and public affairs executives to contribute more fully to the leadership of their organizations.

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Enabling the exchange of ideas and experiences to better meet the communication needs of Seminarians and to help add value to their roles in their respective organizations or clients.

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Fostering the acquaintanceship of leading communications and public affairs executives who are advancing policy and practice.

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Annual Forum

The annual gathering of leading communications and public affairs professionals from across the nation meets each year. The 2020 Annual Forum will be held in Nashville, TN, May 31-June 3.

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Participation

Participation is by invitation only. Invitations are limited to one leader per organization and extended to the most senior communications and public affairs professional in an organization.

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People

A committee of about 30 Seminarians develops the program and the list of those invited. They meet regularly throughout the year. Committee members serve three-year terms.

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