The College of Fellows is a senior group of practitioners that brings their collective skills, experience and knowledge together to help guide PRIA through evolving issues in the industry - particularly in the area of ethics. Established in 1987, the College of Fellows strengthens PRIA's ability to purse its key objectives.
The College of Fellows advises PRIA's board of directors and the state and territory division councils in clarifying policy. They also use their wealth of knowledge to participate in the judging of the Golden Target Awards and State Awards for Excellence.
The College of Fellows objectives include:
Each PRIA state and territory division has a chapter of the College of Fellows. At a local level, the chapter chair can offer advice, counsel and practical help on projects. Collectively, these chairs form PRIA's College Council. The Officer of the College is elected annually. Click here to see the members of the College Council.
The College Council also acts as PRIA's ethics committee when necessary. The committee, or a selected inquiry panel, is charged with investigating allegations of unethical practice by PRIA members.
Last Updated: May 1, 2013