The PRCA has appointed Hill+Knowlton Strategies managing director Tanya Joseph and digital strategist Rax Lakhani to its Board of Directors.
Tanya brings experience from sectors including policy, public affairs and NGO and has previously served as director of campaigns and public policy for Nationwide as well as spending five years with Sport England leading campaigns including its ‘This Girl Can’ project.
‘I am delighted to be joining the PRCA board at this crucial time for our sector,’ said Tanya of her appointment to the Board. ‘I look forward to working with colleagues to demonstrate how our creativity and ingenuity can play an important role as we recover from the impact of COVID-19. I will also continue to push for our sector to be more representative of the rich diversity of British society where talented people from different backgrounds feel they belong and can thrive.’
Rax has over seventeen years of experience in social media marketing and engaging online audiences, and supports agencies, public sector companies as well as consumer and b2b brands with their digital marketing strategies. He is also the chair of the PRCA Diversity Network.
‘I am thrilled to be joining the PRCA’s Board of Directors at a time when there are so many exciting opportunities for growth in our industry,’ said Rax. ‘The PRCA has been a supportive and guiding beacon to me throughout my career and I feel honoured to sit alongside such formidable members on its Board.’
These latest additions to the PRCA Board follow changes announced in July of this year, where Kamiqua Pearce, Rimmi Shah, Ondine Whittington, Hugh Taggart and Barbara Phillips were officially appointed.
Read more about updates to the PRCA Board of Directors and our Spotlight interview with Board member Barbara Phillips.