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 Tony Langham (Lansons)
Vice-Chairman David Hamilton (Scouts)

Elected members of the Council:
Members elected to the PR Council in January 2015 for one year are:

Paul Stallard Berkeley PR
Giles Fraser Brands2Life
Richard Fogg CC Group
Joe Sinclair Citizen
Lesley Clark Clark Communications
Rod Cook Derbyshire County Council
Adrian Brady eulogy!
Richard Moss Good Relations
Gavin Megaw Hanover
Louie St Claire Harvard PR
Alex MacLaverty Hotwire PR
Denise Kaufmann Ketchum
Rod Cartwright Ketchum
Tony Langham Lansons
Lauren Best LTA
Howard Kosky markettiers4dc
Lee Nugent Nelson Bostock Group
Richard Medley Nexus PR
Jon Lonsdale Octopus Group
Alice Cadwgan Ogilvy PR
Blair Metcalfe Ogilvy PR
Lara Leventhal Ogilvy PR
Simon Hackett Pegasus
Elin Twigge PLMR
Zoe Ward Waring Publicasity
Rob Ettridge RLYL
David Hamilton Scouts
Catherine Bayfield Shout! Communications
Roberta Fuke Speed Communications
Yvette Murphy Speed Communications
Paul Masterman Staffordshire County Council
Paul Doran Switch Communications
Alex Singleton The Whitehouse Consultancy
Gabi Ioan Vodafone Group
Chris Talago Waggener Edstrom
Adam Mack Weber Shandwick
Jo Leah Weber Shandwick
Laura Petty Westminster University

Chairmen of PRCA Groups:
The following individuals join the council as Chairmen of the PRCA Groups:

Jane Ainsworth WPR
Ruth Allchurch Cirkle PR
Mario Ambrosi Anchor
George Blizzard The PR Network 
Esther Carder  Kingston Smith W1
Nathaniel Cassidy 3 Man Factory
Jackie Cooper Edelman
Martin Cresswell NHS
Rosie Daly WPR
Nick Dines Belgrave Communications
Dean Gallagher Weber Shandwick 
Kirsty Grant Grayling
Olivia Griffiths CNC
Jim Hawker Threepipe
Liam Herbert Chelgate
Nicky Imrie The PR Network 
Katie King Zoodikers
Anna MacLaren  Lexis Agency 
Mike Maynard Napier
Paul McErlean MCE Public Relations
Yvette Murphy Speed
Mike Orford Porsche
Debby Penton EML Wildfire
Betsy Reed Grayling
Rana Reeves Jon Doe Communications 
Jo-ann Robertson Ketchum
Clare Smith  The Scottish Goverment 
James Stibbs  Sport and Recreation Alliance
Holly Sutton Journalista
Laura Weston Iris Worldwide
Danny Whatmough Weber Shandwick
Mary Whenman Women in PR
Nick Woods  Waggener Edstrom 
Sarah Wrixon Salix Consulting
Lionel Zetter Zetter's Political Services
Donna Zurcher Instinctif Partners

Inaugural in-house members:
The organisations below have a permanent seat on the PRCA Council. They are currently represented by:

Julia Corkey Westminster City Council
Ian Crowder The AA
Fiona Wilkinson Visa Europe
Christopher Coe Kings College London
Rod Cook Derbyshire County Council
David Holdstock LGA
Alan Oliver Nationwide
Ian Ratcliffe  Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council

For further information about the PR Council, please contact Tayana Grundy.

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