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Robyn Davis Sekula is President of the Louisville Pro Chapter of SPJ. She is a Twitter addict, iPhone-a-holic, writer, speaker and social media consultant. She has spoken frequently at regional SPJ conferences and in 2012 at the national Excellence in Journalism Conference. She spent most of her pre-freelance career as a newspaper reporter, working as a crime and courts reporter in North Carolina, a business editor in Missouri and as a reporter at Business First in Louisville, Ky. She primarily consults with organizations and business in public relations, communications plans and social media strategy. You can find her web site at robyndavissekula.com, follow her on Twitter, friend her on Facebook, add her on Instagram, and, of course, add her on Yo (user name itsRobynwithay).

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Eugene S. Pulliam National Journalism Center
3909 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46208-4045

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Professional Development

Professional development has been a long-time cornerstone of the Society's mission. National and regional conferences cover writing, reporting and editing as well as broader topics of ethics and freedom of information. Programs are scheduled throughout the country making them convenient to members. Our Web-based listing of media-related job openings as well as internships and fellowships is updated regularly. SPJ promotes excellence in journalism through its Sigma Delta Chi awards for professional journalists and The Mark of Excellence awards for collegiate journalists.


Local Connection

Nearly 250 chapters nationwide bring educational programming to local areas and offer regular contact with other professionals from print, broadcast, online, freelance and trade publications. Enhance your career by getting involved at the local, regional or national level.


Journalism Advocacy

SPJ, nationally and locally, is working hard to ensure a free flow of information that is vital to a free society. We fight and win battles for freedom of information and First Amendment rights. We work to ensure that journalists perform their work while adhering to the highest standards of behavior and decision-making found in our Code of Ethics. And we encourage journalists to expand their source base to better reflect their community.


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Keeping you informed of Society and industry happenings is accomplished through a number of high-quality publications delivered to your inbox or your mailbox.
Quill magazine (Six issues per year)
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