Very interesting to see the new list of members joining Molly Aldridge on the PRCA Council. What could this mean for the year ahead? The inclusion of more women including 72 Point's Asa Baaw is very encouraging for for pay disparity.
The PR and Communications Council, the PRCA's think tank, has 49 new elected members following an election process in which more than 1,500 votes were cast by members of the trade body. The full list of the members, who were will be in place through 2017 and were nominated in batches representing different sizes of agency, in-house roles, universities and other groups, is available here. The council will be chaired in 2017 by Molly Aldridge, who has been vice-chair in 2016, and moves to take the top job from 1 January. The PRCA will shortly open nominations for a 2017 vice-chair, who will in turn become chair in 2018.