What does it take to be at the top of your game in public relations?
If you want to learn more about being the best in the business then join our live webinar to hear first-hand from the PRINZ 2022 PR Consultancy of the Year (medium to large), In-house Team of the Year and Young Professional of the year.
You might also pick up some tips on what an award-winning entry looks like, just in time for a 2023 submission.
This interactive panel session will be facilitated by PRINZ Awards Co Chief Judge Denise
Mackay FPRINZ, APR, Director of Communications, Engagement and Events at Te Puni Kōkiri.
- Maree Wilson, Partner at Senate SHJ – PR Consultancy of the Year in the medium to large category 2022
- Jackie Maher, Head of Media and Kelly Toy, Head of Marketing at Fire and Emergency New Zealand – In-House Team of the Year 2022
- Emma Ward, Senior Client Director at Senate SHJ – Sally Logan-Milne Young Practitioner of the Year
This webinar will include a Q+A session. Read more about the PRINZ Awards here.
NOTE: You will receive a confirmation email and Zoom details once you are registered.
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Maree Wilson, Partner at Senate SHJ – PR Consultancy of the Year in the medium to large category 2022
Maree Wilson is an internationally-recognised communicator with extensive corporate, issues management and leadership experience gained at home and abroad. Maree has deep experience in the primary sector, food, manufacturing, aged care, aviation, finance and insurance industries. Her consulting experience includes a long-term secondment to Fonterra, where she worked for the dairy co-operative’s China office from 2013 to 2017.
Emma Ward, Senior Client Director at Senate SHJ – Sally Logan-Milne Young Practitioner of the Year
Emma Ward has a strong background working with clients across a range of sectors. She has held several senior communications roles on secondment, including on significant reform programmes and the All-of-Government communications team for the COVID-19 pandemic response. Emma graduated from Massey University with a Bachelor of Communication.