Cicero/amo Managing Director John Rowland joins PRCA Public Affairs Board Executive Committee

The PRCA Public Affairs Board has announced the Executive Committee for 2021/22 to fulfil its role of ensuring transparency, enforcing high standards, and promoting a wider understanding of public affairs and the contribution it makes to public life.

Led by Chair Liam Herbert MPRCA, Chief Executive Officer, Chelgate, the committee includes representatives from Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, the NextGen Public Affairs Group, and individuals from across PRCA Public Affairs Board membership.

The full Executive Committee for 2021/22 is below:

  • Emily Fermor MPRCA, Director, Hanbury
  • Fran O’Leary MPRCA, Director of Client Services, Lodestone
  • Gavin Devine MPRCA, Director, Park Street Partners
  • Gráinne Walsh MPRCA, Director, Stratagem (Northern Ireland)
  • Jessica Goodrum MPRCA, Head of Public Affairs, Hanover Communications
  • John Morrison MPRCA, Managing Director, Morrison Media (Scotland)
  • John Rowland MPRCA, Managing Director, Cicero/amo
  • Liam Herbert MPRCA, CEO, Chelgate (Chair)
  • Lizzy Cryar MPRCA, Senior Account Manager, WA Communications (NextGen Public Affairs Chair)
  • Mark MacGregor MPRCA, Senior Adviser, Hume Brophy
  • Melissa Barnett MPRCA, Deputy Managing Director, Healthcomms Consulting
  • Mia Rees MPRCA, Account Manager, Deryn (Wales)
  • Paul Church CMPRCA, Associate Director, Connect
  • Pete Digger MPRCA, Managing Director, Engine MHP
  • Robert Khan FPRCA, General Medical Council
  • Tiffany Burrows MPRCA, Account Director, SEC Newgate
  • Tim Snowball MPRCA, Partner and the Public Affairs Practice Lead, FleishmanHillard

Liam Herbert MPRCA, PRCA Public Affairs Board Chair said:

“I want to thank everyone who stood for election, it’s great to see such enthusiasm across the industry. Congratulations to everyone who was elected and condolences to those who did not make it.

“I look forward to working with the new committee and the wider membership to continue our work in promoting ethical standards in public affairs and calling for a more robust and wide-ranging regulation of lobbying.

“The public affairs industry makes a valuable contribution to the democratic process, and as a committee we will continue to highlight the industry’s contribution to public life.”

All members take up their positions immediately and remain in place until the time of the next scheduled Public Affairs Board Executive Committee election (July 2022).

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John Rowland

Managing Director