PR Director


Are you an entrepreneurial, strategic and experienced PR professional who loves to build brands? AMA is looking for a volunteer with at least 5 years of PR experience to join AMA Toronto’s PR team.

As PR Director you will work closely with our VP PR and the AMA community. You will roll up your sleeves to implement a proactive plan to help AMA Toronto gain profile and promote our programs. 

Your responsibilities would include:


  • Implementing a strategic plan for PR activities across AMA Toronto programs including learning and networking events, Mentor Exchange and Marketing Hall of Legends.
  • Collaborating strategically with our program and communications teams to build and complement their promotional efforts.
  • Successfully identifying media partners, developing media support materials and pitching ideas.
  • Evaluating PR programs and providing recommendations.

If you are interested we’d love to speak with you. Please contact:

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