Carolyn Jardine Awarded CIPR Fellowship for Outstanding Contribution to PR

 
Thu 24 May 2012


Carolyn Jardine has been working in public relations for over thirty years and started her career in film publicity with Paramount, MGM and Universal and worked with  David (now Lord) Puttnam on such celebrated productions as The Killing Fields and The Mission.   In 1986 she founded Carolyn Jardine Publicity as a specialist agency providing services to the film and entertainment industries worldwide and worked with the UK’s most prolific film directors and producers.  Since relocating from central London to Milton Keynes in 1998 and subsequently founding Jardine Michelson Public Relations four years later, Carolyn broadened her client base and now handles regional and national campaigns for a diverse range of businesses.  Current clients include The Hub, the restaurant quarter in Milton Keynes that was opened by HRH The Queen, BiogenGreenfinch, one of the UK’s leading operator of food waste anaerobic digestion plants, property developers Places for People and Bloor Homes, Aspers Casinos and Milton Keynes College.

Jane Wilson, CEO of the CIPR said, “The CIPR Fellowship is the most august group within the profession. Our Fellows hold invaluable experience of public relations, communications and business practice and are able to provide a unique insight into the profession and the issues facing communicators around the UK. CIPR Fellows help the Institute develop best practice standards and policies, sharing their experience and knowledge through contributing to the Institute's working groups, panels and consultations. Congratulations to all those who have been awarded a Fellowship.”

Carolyn Jardine said: “I am deeply honoured to be made a Fellow of the CIPR and to be recognised for the work that I do.  Having spent my entire career in Public Relations I cannot think of any accolade which would have more personal meaning for me or that would bring me greater satisfaction.   I would also like to thank my clients, past and present, for their trust and support allowing me to enjoy the most diverse, extraordinary career over the past thirty years.”
Carolyn Jardine has been working in public relations for over thirty years and started her career in film publicity with Paramount, MGM and Universal and worked with  David (now Lord) Puttnam on such celebrated productions as The Killing Fields and The Mission.   In 1986 she founded Carolyn Jardine Publicity as a specialist agency providing services to the film and entertainment industries worldwide and worked with the UK’s most prolific film directors and producers.  Since relocating from central London to Milton Keynes in 1998 and subsequently founding Jardine Michelson Public Relations four years later, Carolyn broadened her client base and now handles regional and national campaigns for a diverse range of businesses.  Current clients include The Hub, the restaurant quarter in Milton Keynes that was opened by HRH The Queen, BiogenGreenfinch, one of the UK’s leading operator of food waste anaerobic digestion plants, property developers Places for People and Bloor Homes, Aspers Casinos and Milton Keynes College.

Jane Wilson, CEO of the CIPR said, “The CIPR Fellowship is the most august group within the profession. Our Fellows hold invaluable experience of public relations, communications and business practice and are able to provide a unique insight into the profession and the issues facing communicators around the UK. CIPR Fellows help the Institute develop best practice standards and policies, sharing their experience and knowledge through contributing to the Institute's working groups, panels and consultations. Congratulations to all those who have been awarded a Fellowship.”

Carolyn Jardine said: “I am deeply honoured to be made a Fellow of the CIPR and to be recognised for the work that I do.  Having spent my entire career in Public Relations I cannot think of any accolade which would have more personal meaning for me or that would bring me greater satisfaction.   I would also like to thank my clients, past and present, for their trust and support allowing me to enjoy the most diverse, extraordinary career over the past thirty years.”

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