Fantastic news! The PR Office’s Kate Turner, Account Manager, has been elected on to the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) Not-for-Profit Group Executive Committee. The Group supports anyone working in the not-for-profit sector aiming to provide members with the ability to develop skills and broaden their knowledge base.

Kate brings to the role as her varied experience having previously worked with a range of regional and national not-for-profit clients including education charities, care homes and membership organisations.

“I am delighted to join the CIPR Not-For-Profit Committee as I believe that it is crucial to the success of membership organisations to draw on and share best practice. At a time when the sector is subject to ever greater scrutiny I believe that professional development, training and the learning from others in the industry have never been more important. The reputation of an industry is only as good as its last story, and through knowledge sharing at the CIPR, we can ensure the future of not-for-profit as a very special part of the Public Relations industry”.

Turner joins fellow members including: Fran Hawley (Chair) , Andrew Garratt, Lucy Witt & Alexandra Dobocan.

Kate is the second member of The PR Office to be elected onto a CIPR Executive Committee. Rajmeena Aujla, Corporate Account Director, is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) Diversity and Inclusion Forum

For further information about the CIPR Not-for-Profit Group visit the website or tweet @CIPRnfp



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