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PRIA Announces Judging Coordinators for Golden Target Awards

June 17, 2013

 

The Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA), the national industry body for public relations and communication professionals in Australia, is pleased to announce the Golden Target Awards (GTAs) coordinators for this year’s program. “I am delighted to announce the coordinators for this year’s program. 
 
The coordinators are some of the industry’s best and represent all facets of the PR and communications industry” said Terri-Helen Gaynor, National President, PRIA.
 
There were over fifty responses of expressions of interest for the coordinator positions which were assessed by the GTA Committee based on their industry experience (a minimum of five years), demonstrated knowledge and experience in judging PR and or marketing awards and view on why Awards are an important part of the PR industry. To avoid any possible conflict of interest, coordinators are not involved in any category that their organisation may enter.
 
“It is very pleasing to have such a varied group of industry leaders volunteering their time to uphold the quality and integrity of the award system. All of the judges are members of PRIA and dedicated to ethical,
quality public relations” said Terri-Helen Gaynor.
 
The Awards which have been recognising PR excellence for 37 years have been revamped this year to reflect the dynamic nature of the PR and communications industry. “We have made some exciting changes to the GTA program this year and with these coordinators on board its sure to raise the bar and provide a great platform to celebrate the exceptional work of many great PR practitioners in Australia” said Terri-Helen Gaynor, National President, PRIA.
 
To view the list of coordinators, download the press release.