PRCA announces changes to staffing structure

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Renna Markson MPRCA has been appointed as Deputy Director General and Director of Engagement as part of a series of changes to staffing roles at the PRCA.

Markson will continue to oversee member engagement and retention, while supporting Director General Francis Ingham in the role. The other change within the PRCA’s senior leadership team sees Koray Camgoz MPRCA appointed as Director of Communications and Marketing. Neha Khatwani MPRCA has also been appointed to the role of Head of Public Affairs and Policy.

Francis Ingham MPRCA said: "These personnel changes are the final stage in our corporate restructure. The team we have now built will enable us to deliver our new model of high-quality member services and representation. I am particularly pleased to welcome Renna Markson as my number two - her knowledge of our membership and our organisation is unparalleled."

Renna Markson MPRCA commented: “I am excited to take on this new role. The PRCA is proud to support and stand up for our members and the industry. I believe this support is more important than ever in order to help the industry move forward after the recent challenging times. I look forward to supporting Francis in leading the PRCA and providing our members with even more value, help, and benefits.”

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