The Fellows Nomination Committee would like to hear from you.
Becoming a Fellow recognises excellence in the profession by a Member. To become a Fellow, a Member must have been working in public relations (whether it be in a consultancy, a government department or agency, a not-for-profit organisation, an educational institution or local government or other organisation) for at least 10 years and shown professionalism in their work and have contributed to the PRIA and the community during that time.
If you wish to propose someone, please provide their name, employer and an outline of their career and contributions for initial assessment by the Committee. If the person is considered worthy of further assessment, you will be asked to provide a much more detailed proposal.
All such correspondence will be in the strictest of confidence and the person nominated should not be told.
This is an exacting process. If a person is endorsed by the Fellows Nomination Committee, their name will be forwarded to the State Board further assessment and if approved, send to the National Board for final confirmation.
For that reason we ask that you send your nomination to me by 31 March 2016 at email@example.com.
Peter Baker LFPRIA
Fellows Nomination Committee
Last Updated: Mon, Mar 14 2016