#50Over50: Suzy Giles
As a consultant in ESG communications and chair of the CIPR ESG PanelSuzy Giles feels her work making the complex as accessible as possible is having a positive impact.
#50Over50: Tehmina Boman-Behram
Careers in photography and food plus a professional internal communication qualification after the age of 50. Tehmina Boman-Behram has had a wonderfully varied career, as Ann Pilkington discovers.
#50over50: Jean Valin
Versatile Canadian Jean Valin has made a major contribution to the development of global professional standards in public relations.
#50over50: Anne Gregory
Public relations is not rocket science - it's much harder than that argues Professor Anne Gregory in our #50over50 profile.
50over50: Sarena Clarke
Sarena Clarke is a role model for later learners, and for addressing the fear of failure.
#50over50: Stuart Thomson
Author, adviser, trainer and public affairs specialist Stuart Thomson is the latest to be profiled in our #50over50 series.
#50over50: Priya Bates
She's campaigning for greater diversity and inclusion in comms, but the cause that Priya Bates is most passionate about is to see internal communication recognised as a strategic discipline essential for organisational success.
#50over50: Elizabeth Maclean and Mike Evans
Elizabeth Maclean and Mike Evans are our first #50over50 double act.
#50over50: Rod Cartwright
Rod Cartwright is reluctant to be defined by a single experience but our conversation inevitably turns to his work on Malaysia Airlines MH370.
50over50: Adeeba Hussain
Our latest professional to be profiled in our #50over50 series is Adeeba Hussain, who is setting up a consultancy focusing on measurement and evaluation.
#50over50: Mike Pounsford
Mike Pounsford has been championing the people dimension in business for several decades. He once even told Sir Martin Sorrell that the numbers aren't everything.
#50over50: Alan White
Alan White understands the value of long term, trusted relationships with journalists.