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IoIC Fellows are recognised experts in our profession. They’re welcomed into our Fellowship community and are involved – through our strategic projects, advisory groups or round table forums – in sharing insight, experience and expertise to continue to shape our profession.

 

Our latest new Fellows are:

• Heather Armond, Head of Internal Communications for Allianz Global Corporate & Speciality
• Max Puller, Director of Employee and Change Communications for Tesco Bank
• Zoe Shaughnessy, Head of Internal Communications for British Heart Foundation
• Dan James Smith, Head of Employee Communications and Engagement for Govia Thameslink Railway


These four brilliant IC professionals have been judged by their peers to have made a significant contribution to our sector.

IoIC President Suzanne Peck says: “The Fellowship panel was very impressed with the calibre and quality of the latest applicants for Fellowship. We’re delighted to welcome them to the community and value their experience and input to our ongoing work in shaping IC today.

Chief executive Jennifer Sproul adds: “Congratulations to our newest Fellows. I am delighted to welcome our new Fellows to help us continue to drive IC standards, support the development of future talent and showcase the best of what we offer as internal communicators

On our website, we will be soon profiling one of our new Fellows each week.

Look out for our Q&As, where our Fellows share why internal comms is a rewarding career and where they believe we can, together, strengthen our profession to support changing workplaces and the evolving needs of employees.

Find out more about IoIC Fellowship and IoIC Membership.

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