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Jo Field named as ‘Consultant of the Year’ at PRCA Public Affairs Awards

Jo Field, Founder and Chief Executive of JFG Communications and President of Women in Transport, has won the prestigious ‘Consultant of the Year’ award at this year’s PRCA Public Affairs Awards.

She said: “I’m delighted to be named as Public Affairs Consultant of the Year.

“To be recognised among my peers for my work within public affairs, and in particular, my campaigning for gender balance in the transport workforce is a real honour.


“I’d also like to say a special thank you to my wonderful team for their continued hard work and support as I definitely couldn’t have achieved this without them.”

The PRCA Public Affairs Awards are the only dedicated awards for the UK public affairs industry and provide the perfect opportunity for industry professionals to showcase their excellent work over the previous year.

To be recognised as Consultant of the Year, Jo had to demonstrate her achievements in several categories including leadership, initiative, and performance and contribution to the industry in which she works.

The judges were impressed by Jo’s contribution to transport public affairs, in particular her tireless campaigning for a more gender balanced transport workforce and her dedication to setting up and scaling her agency, JFG Communications.

The winners were announced at an awards ceremony in London. Read the full list of 2021 winners.

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