Chartership awarded to founder of Pedroza Communications

We’re delighted to announce that Anna Pedroza, founder of Pedroza Comms, has been awarded Chartered status by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations. One of seven to achieve the award in Spring 2022 she now joins an elite community of 418 Chartered practitioners – just 0.44% of the estimated number of comms professionals in the UK (PRCA Census 2019).
Getting chartered involves a rigorous day-long assessment on ethics, strategy and leadership. Anna said of the process: “The assessment was pretty challenging but it was also enjoyable to have a day of high-level professional discussion with colleagues at the top of their game. Preparing involved lots of reading and thinking about my own professional practice, and I also had advice from some great PRs who’d been through the process.”
CIPR President Rachel Roberts Chart.PR, MCIPR said: “Many congratulations to this latest round of PR professionals to become Chartered and achieve the PR industry’s highest standard of professional distinction. Becoming Chartered recognises not only an individual’s PR capability, but also expertise in strategy, leadership and ethical practice.”
Anna is keen for other PR practitioners to become Chartered and is part of the CIPR’s Chartership Support Buddies who are all available to share their experience of becoming Chartered, offer advice and generally encourage people.
Anna added: “I’d love more PRs working in education to take the plunge and become Chartered so I’m keen to help with advice and support.”
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