PR Council

The PR Council provides a formal mechanism to consult with the industry's most senior practitioners on the issues PR faces; to act as a think-tank for the industry; to inform the PRCA's strategic priorities; and to produce helpful commentary, advice and best-practice guidance for PR professionals.

PR Council Officers

Chairman David Hamilton
Vice-Chairman Molly Aldridge

Elected members of the Council:

Members elected to the PR Council for one year starting in January 2016 are:

Bronwen Andrews MSL Group
Louise Andrews Wildfire PR
Phil Baker Department of Work and Pensions
Cath Brannan
James Brown
Will Cairns
Jenny Caven
Jill Coomber
Frankie Cory
Ian Crowder
Tallulah Cullen
Mark Dorey
Matt Eagles
Lisa Elliott
Alex Fedorcio
Richard Fogg
Miles Freeman
Dana Gloger
Dee Goldstraw
Cameron Grant
Sara Howard
Gabi Ioan
Errol Jayawardene
Ros Kindersley
Tony Langham
Rebecca Lee
Zsuzsanna Matyak
Steve McCool
Lee Nugent
Rachel O'Connor
Olivia Orton
Imogen Osborne
Chris Owen
Mark Radvanyi
Chris Rogers
Jo Seymour-Tayor
Georgia Sibold
Ed Stearns
Mark Stringer
Gareth Thomas
Jane Tonge
Kerem Turkman
Holly Tyzack
Gloria Walker
Zoe Ward-Waring
Jonathan Weinberg
Sarah Weldon-Gamble
Amanda Williams
Albion Drive
Richmond Towers
Bottle PR
Slimming World
Onechocalate Communications
Mischief PR
The AA
Cow PR
Leeds Beckett University
The Big Cat Group
Metropolitan Police Service
Lexis Agency
Manchester Metropolitan University
3x1 Public Relations
Popcorn PR
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry
JFL Search & Selection
Dynamo PR
University of Westminster
Macquarie Group
Nelson Bostock Group Unlimited
Siren Communications
Whitehouse Consultancy
Stir Public Relations
University of Westminster
Metropolitan Police Service
Capella PR
Manchester Metropolitan University
Kerem Turkman
Bottle PR
Hult International Business School
Ten14 Media
Advocate Angels
Storm Communications

Chairmen of PRCA Groups


The following individuals join the PR Council as Chairmen of the PRCA Groups:

Ruth Allchurch Cirkle PR
Mario Ambrosi
Kirsty Anderson
Katy Barden
George Blizzard
Chris Calland
Tom Callow
Esther Carder
Nathaniel Cassidy
Jonathan Chandler
Christopher Coe
Jackie Cooper
Martin Cresswell
Simon Francis
Dean Gallagher
Olivia Griffiths
Jim Hawker
Nicky Imrie
Katie King
NEC Group
The PR Network
Kingston Smith W1
3 Man Factory
Reputation INC
Campaign Collective
Weber Shandwick
The PR Network
Anna Maclaren
Mike Maynard
Linsay-Anne Moore
Paul McErlean
Blair Metcalf
Mike Orford
Victoria Page
Debby Penton
Kelly Pepworth
Laura Petty
Natasha Plowman
Betsy Reed
Alex Singleton
Clare Smith
Ethan Spibey
James Stibbs
Holly Sutton
Ros Trinick
Laura Weston
Danny Whatmough
Mary Whenman
Sophie Wilson
Nick Woods
Robert Wright
Sarah Wrixon
Lionel Zetter
Donna Zurcher
Lexis PR
Muckle Media
EML Wildfire
Speed Communications
Richmond University
Spinning Red
London First
Scottish Government Office
GK Strategy
Sport & Recreation
Weber Shandwick
Callcredit Information Group
PHA Media
Well Hello Communications
Davies Tanner
Salix Consulting
Zetter's Political

For further information about the PR Council, please contact Souha Khairallah.

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