PRCA ANNOUNCES FIVE NEW FELLOWS
The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) has announced that it has appointed five new fellows.
The PRCA has welcomed the following practitioners to the list of fellows of the PRCA: Paul Bristow, managing director of PB Consulting, Mark Glover, chief executive of Newington, Richard Millar, global president of H+K Strategies, Warwick Smith, managing partner at Instinctif Partners and Donna Zurcher, former managing partner of Instinctif Partners.
New fellows are invited to join on the unified recommendation of the chairman of fellows, the board chairman and the director general. Fellows are entitled to use the designatory letters FPRCA, and are invited to help shape thinking on the future of the industry.
Bristow, who receives his fellowship following the work he has done to integrate the PRCA and APPC into the public affairs board, says, “It is a great honour to join the ranks of the PRCA’s fellows. I’m proud to have worked as a public affairs practitioner and to have played my part in creating the public affairs board.”
Richard Millar, who receives his fellowship as an outgoing member of the PRCA board of management, says, “I am very pleased to have been bestowed with this honour. Working on the PRCA board of management has been very rewarding and I look forward to further working for the good of the industry as a member of the PRCA fellows.”
Donna Zurcher, who receives her fellowship as an outgoing member of the PRCA Board of Management, said: "I am absolutely delighted to have been selected. It is a great honour.”
David Gallagher FPRCA, President, Growth and Development, International, Omnicom Public Relations Group, and Chairman, PRCA Fellows, said: “The Fellows have become an essential sounding board for the PRCA and the 2019 class join at an especially exciting time for the association and discipline. Congratulations and welcome.”