Type of membership
Ten enthusiastic public relations practitioners formed PRPA in 1995. They are the Founding Members of the Association.
Mr. King Hung CHENG
Mr. Forrest CHEUNG*
Ms. Virginia CHI
Ms. Angel CHUNG
Mr. Percy HO*
Mr. Chuk Fai KWAN
Ms. Mabel KWAN
Ms. Germaine LUI
Ms. Amy MOK
Ms. Eppie TAM
A person who is veteran practitioner and has made significant contribution to the Association in the furtherance of the objects of the Association, or has made significant contribution to the public relations industry, and is being invited by the Executive Committee. Every Fellow Member shall enjoy the same services and privileges rendered to Full Members except that he shall not be liable to pay any membership fees. Executive Committee shall review in every two years whether more Fellow Members to be invited.
|Mr. Forrest CHEUNG*||Mrs. Miranda LEUNG|
|Mr. Walter CHEUNG||Mrs. Annie LIANG BENTLEY|
|Ms. Virginia CHI||Ms. Germaine LUI|
|Ms. Angel CHUNG||Mr. Martin SPURRIER|
|Ms. Anne FORREST||Ms. Eppie TAM|
|Mr. Chuk Fai KWAN||Dr. Linda TSUI|
|Mrs. Grace LAM|
A person who has been holding a Full Membership status for not less than five consecutive years (or otherwise according to approval by the Executive Committee) shall be entitled to become a Life Member upon payment of a one-off membership fee to be set by the Executive Committee, and is recommended by one Full Member or Founding Member and approved by the Executive Committee. Life Member has the right to vote.
A person who subscribes to the objectives of the Association and is a practicing professional working in an in-house capacity or in professional consultancies) with no less than two years of relevant experience. A Full Member is eligible to vote and hold office in the Executive Committee.
An organization from the public or commercial sector or relevant industries who is interested in public relations industry. Every Corporate Member shall have the right to nominate up to six persons to enjoy the same services and privileges rendered to individual members except voting rights and eligibility to hold office in the Executive Committee. Each Corporate Member has the right to nominate one representative to cast one vote in the general meetings.
A person from the public or commercial sector or relevant industries who is interested in public relations industry, or for those with less than two years’ public relations working experience. An Associate Member enjoys the benefits and privileges rendered to a Full Member with the exception of voting rights and the eligibility to hold office in the Executive Committee.
Full-time student majors in public relations, corporate communications, translation or equivalent disciplines in any recognized institutions and is recommended by one Full Member or one Life Member or one Founding Member and approved by the Executive Committee. Student Member has no right to vote.