They are the PRIA’s best and brightest and sometimes the older PR practitioners and academics.
They are mostly the Gen Xers and Baby Boomers who have chalked up at least 10 years in the business and led the way in communication across the public and corporate sectors.
They are the PRIA members who deserve to be recognised as Fellows of the Institute.
The search is on to find these men and women.
PRIA members have been asked to look around their colleagues and nominate them for recognition as Fellow.
To become a Fellow, a Member must have been working in public relations (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.
In that time they will have made:
Proposals for members to become Fellows are due at the end of March.
If you are thinking about someone, email the Chair of the College of Fellows, Thomas Parkes and he’ll explain what needs to happen.