New CIPR Board delivers vision “for a dynamic and progressive organisation”

The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) has announced the line-up of its Board of Directors for 2021 with all three Honorary Officer positions held by women for the third year running.

The new Board comprises senior public relations professionals from a range of award-winning consultancies and in-house teams.

Honorary officers:

Elected members:

Co-opted members:

“It’s a privilege to lead the CIPR as President having been a member for nearly 20 years and a volunteer for ten. My vision is for a dynamic and progressive organisation which delivers for its members, sets the agenda for the industry, and promotes the value of public relations to business. I’m really pleased to have such a wealth of talent on the Board. My two co-opted members, Rachael and Bernice, help strengthen our Board further with their expertise in public affairs and marketing, as well as experience in large organisations both in-house and agency.

No doubt 2021 will be challenging but we will be building on our move to being a virtual Institute, focusing on new products and services to members, and developing our profession through Chartership.

We are a truly global organisation and I look forward to working with colleagues internationally to ensure the value of PR is understood by the world’s business community.
CIPR President, Mandy Pearse Chart PR, FCIPR

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