Coquetdale man is elected to top role

Two North East professionals have been appointed to senior roles within the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR), the national body for public relations professionals. Stephen Waddington from Holystone near Rothbury, Northumberland has been named President for 2014, the most senior elected office in the Institute, whilst Sarah Hall from Whitley Bay has been re-appointed to the CIPR Board and as chair of the Professional Practices Committee.

Two North East professionals have been appointed to senior roles within the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR), the national body for public relations professionals. Stephen Waddington from Holystone near Rothbury, Northumberland has been named President for 2014, the most senior elected office in the Institute, whilst Sarah Hall from Whitley Bay has been re-appointed to the CIPR Board and as chair of the Professional Practices Committee.

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A Coquetdale man has been elected into the highest office position at a national institute.

Stephen Waddington, of Holystone, has been named as president of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR), the national body for public relations professionals.

Stephen is Ketchum Europe’s digital and social media director advising clients in Europe as well as those assisted globally by the agency from North America, Asia and Latin America.

 

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