CIPR welcomes 33 new Chartered Practitioners in Q1

Thirty-three new Chartered PR Practitioners were announced by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) in the first quarter of 2024. This brings the total number of Chartered Practitioners to 678.

Over three one-day assessments, practitioners demonstrated their knowledge of ethics, strategy and leadership. Those that passed were awarded the highest standard of professionalism in the public relations profession.

The latest practitioners to become Chartered are:

  • Jenny Aylward, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Christina Berry-Moorcroft, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Chloe Chescoe, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Nicoleta Dobrata, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Matthew Dunn, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Rebecca Edwards, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Panagiotis-Fanis Evangelides, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Christopher Fairbairn, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Mia Hadrill, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Hoi Yan Ava Ho, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Dan Humphreys, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Rabia Afaq Khan, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Chris Lines, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Jane Lomas, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Ruth MacLeod, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Chimwemwe John Paul Manyozo, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Terri McCollin, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Sara-Anne Mills-Bricknell, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Claire Owens, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Joe Peach, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Rebecca Preece, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Matt Rhodes, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Jess Shepherd, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Kayleigh-Anne Soryal, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Bintou Sy, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Laura Tiplady, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Tari Trott, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Jacob Webb, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Christopher Webb, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Patrik Wheater, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Alastair Wilson, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Caroline Wood, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
  • Douglas Wright, Chart. PR, MCIPR 
CIPR President Rachael Clamp Chart.PR FCIPR

Many congratulations to our most recent Chartered Practitioners. It’s great to see 2024 get off to such a strong start and hugely encouraging to see so many of our members taking an important step in their careers to get chartered. Chartership is proof of your wide-ranging expertise, dedication to ethics, and ability to think strategically and lead effectively. It also helps to demonstrate the professionalism of the public relations industry. To anyone considering it, make this the year you get Chartered.

CIPR President Rachael Clamp Chart.PR FCIPR
  • The CIPR have announced a new Chartership package. It will enable members to save nearly £200 on the Chartership assessment fee by adding it to their membership subscription at a discounted rate and committing to becoming chartered within two years.  
  • Find out more about Chartership and email the membership team with any questions.  

About the Chartered Institute of Public Relations

Founded in 1948, the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) is the world's only Royal Chartered professional body for public relations practitioners with over 10,000 members. 

The CIPR advances professionalism in public relations by making its members accountable to their employers and the public through a code of conduct and searchable public register, setting standards through training, qualifications, awards and the production of best practice and skills guidance, facilitating Continuing Professional Development (CPD), and awarding Chartered Public Relations Practitioner status (Chart.PR).