Public Affairs Board Announces Whitehouse Associate Director, Paul Church, as New Industry Vice Chair

By Chris Whitehouse April 18, 2019 12:13 pm

Whitehouse Consultancy Associate Director, Paul Church, who heads our Education and Health Practices, was elected by senior colleagues from across the communications industry as Vice Chair of the public affairs industry’s influential Public Affairs Board, this week.

The Public Affairs Board is ‘the voice of the public affairs and political lobbying industry’, with responsibility for: promoting best practice, enforcing high standards and ensuring transparency across the sector, whilst also highlighting the contribution public affairs makes to public life.

Paul said: “It is an honour to be elected as Vice Chair of the Public Affairs Board by industry colleagues and to work with such a talented and vibrant leadership team.  Together, we will champion best practice, promote high standards and ensure that policy-makers continue to recognise and value the public affairs industry as a partner in developing excellent and fair legislation across the United Kingdom.”

Whitehouse Chairman, Chris Whitehouse, said: “Whitehouse has always led from the front when it comes to promoting the highest of ethical and professional standards in political consultancy and political lobbying. I’m delighted that the members of the PRCA have demonstrated their confidence that the next generation of senior Whitehouse staff will continue this tradition.”

The PRCA announced Paul’s new role in a press release this week.

By Chris Whitehouse April 18, 2019 12:13 pm


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