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Washington Women in Public Relations 

Washington Women in Public Relations (WWPR), a leading resource for female communications professionals in the nation's capital, announced its 2019 Board of Directors, including Sarah Beccio (Pueblo of Isleta), as the first Native American to serve on the Board.

“With many years of both professional experience and commitment to the organization, I am incredibly excited about Sarah’s role on our Board,” said Amanda Cate, President of Washington Women in Public Relations. “Sarah is a natural leader and fit on our Board, and her unique perspective, creativity, and dedication are invaluable to the work of Washington Women in Public Relations.” 

Sarah Beccio is the Founder & CEO of Indigecomms, and most recently was a contractor at a Fortune 500 company, working with their Diversity and Inclusion corporate communications team.  

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"With a year full of milestones for WWPR, including the 30th anniversary of the Woman of the Year Awards and 10th anniversary of the Emerging Leader Awards, this extraordinary group of women is poised to continue advancing the impact of this organization," said Amanda Cate. "It is an incredible honor to lead this group of talented, diverse and accomplished women as Washington Women in Public Relations continues to lead the way in providing signature programming, impactful professional development, and meaningful networking for communications professionals."

About Washington Women in Public Relations

Washington Women in Public Relations (WWPR) is a member-based professional society cultivating and inspiring female communicators to reach their full potential in the DC market and beyond. The organization is committed to providing leadership opportunities, professional development, mentorship, and industry networking. 

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