Pam Gibb, APR, communications coordinator for Moorhead Area Public Schools has been named the North Dakota Professional Communicators 2016 communicator of achievement.
NPDC is an organization of men and women employed in all aspects of communication that works to advance the communication profession. Communicator of achievement is the highest honor NDPC bestows. It recognizes members for their accomplishments in and outside of the communication profession.
Gibb has been an active member of NDPC for 17 years and has served in numerous positions, including president, historian, website editor and secretary.
After attending North Dakota State University, Gibb became the communications coordinator for Moorhead Area Public Schools in 1998, a position she still holds today.
Superintendent Lynne Kovash said, “Pam has been a mainstay in the communications area for Moorhead Area Public Schools for nearly 18 years. She has been a leader in providing the guidance and assistance for projects such as the annual report, bond and operating levy referendum materials, and articles for the weekly community newspaper.”
Gibb served as a board member on the Minnesota School Public Relations Association, volunteers with the Friends of the Moorhead Public Library, and has earned Accreditation in Public Relations, the internationally recognized industry credential for public relations professionals.
She will be NDPC’s nominee for the communicator of achievement award at the National Federation of Press Women conference Sept. 8–10, 2016, in Wichita, Kansas.