Rob Brown set for CIPR presidency as 38 nominees for council seats emerge

Rob Brown, managing partner of Rule 5, is set to become CIPR president-elect 2015 after being the only candidate in the running for the role when nominations closed on Monday this week.

Rob Brown: to become CIPR president-elect 2015
Rob Brown: to become CIPR president-elect 2015

Brown, who said he was honoured to have been given the opportunity to lead the institute, is expected to take over as president in 2016, succeeding Sarah Pinch, who will take over from current president Stephen Waddington next year.

The CIPR president acts as chairman of the institute and as a representative for the profession in the UK.

Brown added: "The practice of public relations is undergoing a significant upheaval. It has become obvious in recent years that PR needs to change to remain relevant."

In addition, 38 people have been nominated for 24 positions on the CIPR Council, the organisation's governing body.

There were also two nominations for the position of CIPR honorary treasurer: Dan Large, director of By&Large; and Grant Thoms, director of MacThomais.

See below for the nominees for positions on the CIPR Council. Voting will be open for three weeks from 1 September until 22 September.   

Open list nominees

Cornelius Alexander

Stuart Bruce

Lindsey Collumbell

Sinead Doyle

Richard Evans

Steve Falla

Russell Goldsmith

Andy Green

Anne Gregory

Sarah Hall

Dan Large

Samantha Livingstone

Jason MacKenzie

Eva Maclaine

Simon McVicker

Erin Portsmouth

Jenifer Stirton

Laura Sutherland

Gary Taylor

Wai Wong

Sector group nominees

Andrew Bartlett

Rachael Clamp

David Hamilton

Eva Maclaine

Mandy Pearse

Katherine Raven

Jim Sutton

Simon Thompson

Jenni Wheller

Paul Wilkinson

Regional group nominees

Paul Cullen

Lisa Jones

Julie Jupe

Pam Lloyd

Justin McKeown

Adam Riddell

Chris Taylor

Abi Whitfield

Scotland nominees

Jenifer Stirton

Laura Sutherland

Grant Thoms

Wales nominee

John Wilkinson

Northern Ireland nominee

Chris Love

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