CIPR Announces New Chartered PR Practitioners
The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) has welcomed 16 new Chartered Public Relations Practitioners (Chart.PR) after they successfully completed the Chartership Assessment Day at Russell Square, London on Monday 12 September.
The 16 new Chartered Public Relations Practitioners are:
- Andrew Bartlett MCIPR
- Catherine Bissell MCIPR
- Sharon Bleese MCIPR, DipCIPR
- William Church MCIPR, DipCIPR
- Lisa Claber MCIPR
- Samuel Harrison MCIPR
- Caron Jones MCIPR, DipCIPR
- Nancy Mendoza MCIPR, DipCIPR
- Kristie Perrotte MCIPR
- Jacqueline Purcell MCIPR
- Kim Regisford MCIPR
- Kate Reynolds MCIPR
- Anju Sarpal MCIPR, DipCIPR
- Kate Shurety MCIPR
- Gill Stephenson MCIPR, DipCIPR
- Tim Walsh MCIPR
Candidates were rigorously assessed on their skills, knowledge and competencies in ethics, strategy and leadership by a team of expert assessors, led by Emma Leech Found.Chart.PR FCIPR, DipCIPR.
The successful candidates are entitled to use the post nominals "Chart.PR".
Further information on upcoming Chartership Assessment Days and how to apply can be found on the CIPR website.
About Chartered Practitioner Status
The CIPR's Royal Charter includes the power to grant the status of Chartered Public Relations Practitioner (Chart.PR) to individuals who meet the required standard of professional distinction. Chartered status represents the highest standard of professional excellence and integrity in public relations. In September 2015 the CIPR amended the regulations governing Chart.PR status to open up the eligibility for CIPR members to #getChartered with the goal of significantly increasing the number of Chartered public relations professionals.