Milk and Honey North America CEO joins PRCA Global Advisory Board


The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) has appointed Paul Cohen, Partner, CEO, Milk & Honey PR North America, to its Global Advisory Board.

 A trusted communications advisor to executives and teams across three continents, Paul has represented multinational corporations, start-ups, industry associations, sovereign governments, and non-profit organisations. He leads a powerhouse team out of Milk & Honey’s New York office and works alongside clients’ leadership teams to help bodies tell their stories to successfully drive business results. Before joining Milk & Honey, Paul spent 17 years at Ketchum, where he was a partner and served in a number of senior global positions in New York, Brussels, Shanghai and Hong Kong.  

The PRCA’s international growth has accelerated rapidly in recent years with the Association now operating in 82 countries worldwide, with members of staff based in Argentina, Hong Kong, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, the UAE, the UK, the US and Thailand. The Global Advisory Board was formed in September, 2021, to expand the Association’s international operations, and build on this recent growth.

Paul Cohen, Partner, CEO North America, Milk & Honey PR said:

“I’ve spent my career working on three continents, and I’ve seen first-hand the tremendous value PR brings to entities all around the world. I’m delighted to join the PRCA’s Global Advisory Board and help bring my experience to help the PRCA as it continues to grow its influence and importance globally.”

PRCA Director General Francis Ingham MPRCA said:

“Paul brings a deep, nuanced understanding of both the US and global markets that will help springboard our international growth. Along with our other esteemed Global Advisory Board members, Paul will play an integral part in our ambitious plan for international expansion in 2022.”

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