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The new PRCA Creative Group Committee has been unveiled, featuring a host of creative talent across different disciplines. The team come together with one goal – to revolutionise the way the PR industry talks about creative work, ensuring greater diversity and accessibility to people of all levels, ages, backgrounds, and skillsets.
The first event, hosted by the committee alongside group chair, Ottilie Ratcliffe, will be The Rise of the Junior Creative on 25 March at 17:00 GMT.
Amy Jones, Associate Creative Director at Hope&Glory, is passionate about demystifying the creative process and expanding opportunities in creative work for diverse candidates at all levels.
Andy Garner, Creative Director at ENGINE MHP + Mischief is a previous PRCA UK Young Lion winner and wants to see creative talent represented and championed across the whole of the UK, outside of London.
Haran Ramachandran, Creative Director at The Academy, is passionate about tech and innovation and sees creative as a vital part of the mix for immersive and experiential brand campaigns.
Ellie Tuck, Creative Director at FleishmanHillard UK, is part of her agency’s global creative and planning team, and has worked to foster a creative culture in corporate environments as well as consumer in order to turbo charge business impact across sectors.
Shannon Walker, Founder of digital and brand storytelling consultancy, Social Disruption, is an advocate for inclusivity and diversity and wants to see a change in the industry that invites a fresh perspective and supports an output of meaningful and polycultural communications.
Viola Hazlerigg, Creative Strategist at The Romans, is a PRWeek 30 Under 30 and is determined to forge a space for creatives that combines the power of strategic insight with lateral thinking to produce work that genuinely makes a difference to the lives of consumers.     

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