PRCA launches Ethical Champions

The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) has launched the second annual Ethical Champions, its standard of excellence to recognise the PR and communications agencies that are ethical and proud of it. Ethical Champions comes as part of the PRCA’s work to raise standards and celebrate those who uphold the highest standards, providing a guiding light for the entire PR and communications industry. Francis Ingham MPRCA, Director General, PRCA, said: “A key priority for the PRCA in 2018 is to provide strong leadership around the importance of ethical professionalism. Ethical Champions plays a big part…

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Ketchum CEO joins PRCA Board of Management

Jo-ann Robertson MPRCA, Partner and CEO, London, Ketchum, has been appointed to the Board of Management of the Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA). Robertson was promoted to the role of CEO earlier this month, after working as Deputy CEO since 2015. She joined Ketchum as MD of Corporate and Public Affairs in 2011, from Weber Shandwick. Robertson began her career as a political activist with the Labour Party, and has taken secondments into the party’s campaigns during the 2005 and 2010 general elections. She has also worked as a…

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