PRCA ANNOUNCES 2023 COUNCIL LINE-UP
The PRCA has announced the line-up for its 2023 council.
The line-up for the Public Relations and Communications Association’s (PRCA) PR and Communications Council has been announced.
The council’s 2022 vice chair, Claire Williamson, managing director at Resonance, will become council chair for 2023. Williamson succeeds 2022 chair Rob Colmer, who led the successful delivery of several council projects, such as the forthcoming PRCA Client Consultancy Charter. Williamson begins the position this month.
Jonny Curtis, managing director at Grayling UK, has been appointed 2023 vice chair after standing unopposed for the position. “I’m delighted to have been appointed into the role of vice chair and grateful to have this opportunity to represent the views of my colleagues across the industry and affect positive change,” says Curtis.
“I look forward to working with Claire and addressing some of the key issues facing our industry both in the UK and across the world.”
In his role at Grayling, Curtis has helped the agency to double in size over recent years, being recognised as PRWeek’s best large agency to work at. Curtis, formerly Grayling’s head of public affairs, now focuses on supporting clients with reputation risk and crisis issues.