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History of NCAGIO

In 1968, three public information officers—Jim Burns of the N.C. Department of Social Services, Patty Nash of the Council on Mental Retardation and Carl Blackwood of the N.C. Commission for the Blind—attended a government relations meeting at the U.S. Department


On the third Tuesday of each month, NCAGIO members gather to enjoy a brown-bag lunch and hear guest speakers or tour the facilities of organizations that have exceptional communications, marketing or media programs. Examples of meeting topics and tours State


Annual membership is only $10. Choose one of two membership types in NCAGIO. Full Membership: For persons currently employed in public information/public relations and related positions in government-related agencies participating in the state, local or federal government retirement system. Only