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6708 Pine St, Omaha, Omaha, NE 68106
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University of Nebraska at Omaha will host “Zooming and Booming: How to Fast Track your Career” PRSSA District Conference.


The conference takes place March 22 and 23, 2024 in the College of Business' Mammel Hall on the Scott Campus.


The conference features an all-star lineup of seasoned pros and rockstar rookies who bring diverse backgrounds and experiences. Topics cover how to best market to Gen Z; how to create a personal brand; how to build a corporate brand; how to use social media to influence change; how to build your leadership skills and most importantly how to fast-track your career.


Students will make connections through networking with professionals and their peers. The event features networking sessions before the Friday night keynote speaker and between the Saturday sessions.


The conference kicks off with the “Ready, Set, Go!” reception at 5 p.m. Friday. With keynote speaker Gomez, strategy lead for Verizon in New York City.


The Saturday sessions kick off at 9 a.m. with a continental breakfast, followed by our keynote speaker, Jared Hall, entrepreneur and founder-designer of 3 AM Luxury, a high-end fashion brand. Our luncheon keynote is Cahner Olson, founder of Omaha Places and 402 Social.


Other speakers scheduled are:

  • Brandon Bartling, senior manager, communications and public relations, Scooter’s Coffee

  • Bryonna Ward, business catalyst program associate, I Be Black Girl

  • Geoff Exstrom, director of communications & media relations, Omaha Supernovas professional volleyball team

  • Johnny Redd, communications manager, OutNebraska

  • Emma Allison, marketing director, Noddle hospitality

  • Jasmine Conrad Moseley, communications strategist, ACLU Nebraska


The $30 registration include two meals and snacks.


For more information visit or contact Maureen Pieper or 402.637.8290

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