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Hanson Search Consultant Jenny Waters announced as PRCA NextGen Group Co-Chairman

Hanson Search Consultant Jenny Waters announced as PRCA NextGen Group Co-Chairman

 

The Public Relations Communications Association (PRCA) has appointed Consultant at Hanson Search, Jenny Waters CMPRCA, and Junior Account Executive at CEW Communications, Monika Boudova CMPRCA, as Co-Chairmen of the PRCA NextGen London Group.

The PRCA NextGen London Group is part of the national NextGen initiative, providing information, support, and advice to practice PR and communications professionals from graduate level up to Account Director.

Jenny Waters CMPRCA, Consultant, Hanson Search, said: "I am delighted to take up the position of Co-Chairman for the PRCA NextGen London Group alongside Monika. There is real value in an initiative which champions collaboration, networking, and the sharing of best practice and experiences - particularly among PR and communications professionals in the earlier stages of their careers - and I look forward to working closely with Monika, the group members and the PRCA."

Francis Ingham MPRCA, Director General, PRCA, said: “At a time of exceptional growth for the industry, in this, the PRCA’s 50th year, it is now more important than ever to recognise and facilitate the next generation of PR and comms professionals. With both Jenny and Monika bringing their own unique, fresh voices and visions to the PRCA NextGen London Group, I’m sure they’ll lead it to new heights as Co-Chairmen.”

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