Page Up is a community, a powerful professional network of thinkers, doers and innovators, including more than 200 corporate, PR agency, educator and nonprofit members. All of these are recognized leaders with on average more than 20 years of experience in the profession and executives who represen
Think about that last time you made meaningful progress on something. Did you do it alone? Of course not! You worked with someone, shared an idea with someone, got inspired by someone, felt motivated by someone. This is what the Page Up network is about.
To be in Page Up is to belong to an elite and influential group that is shaping the future of our profession. As we all benefit from the broadest array of knowledge, ideas, backgrounds and experiences, we continue to increase the diversity of our membership and contributors to all of our events and programs.
With more than 200 members, each of whom has an average of 20 years of industry experience, Page Up has over 4,000 years of collective experience. Page Up thought leadership is designed to curate content from a diverse set of member perspectives and actionable advice based on challenges they've faced. We have taken our research beyond the traditional whitepaper by developing strategic frameworks that offer practical approaches to real-world problems through how-to guides, case studies and member-only newsletters. We also offer virtual, in-person and hybrid conferences and smaller events that encourage knowledge-sharing and that bring that knowledge and experience of renowned speakers to you.
We get a tremendous level of support from the Page Up staff as well as from Page members, but when it comes down to it, Page Up is member-led. Our bylaws call for an operating team with the roles you see below, naturally, but more importantly every Page Up member has the opportunity to volunteer for committee work and leadership. This is like anything truly valuable in life – the more you put in, the more you get from it. Here are some of the folks getting a great deal of satisfaction and having a good bit of fun running the show day-to-day; it could just as easily be you.
The first thing to say about what Page Up offers is that it starts with you, the member. Each and every one of us brings a unique perspective, industry experience, established and emerging skills and a desire to contribute. So, when you look at our programs, you will see that they are grounded in member participation, member expertise and member execution.
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How to become a member
To become a member of Page Up, you must meet the below criteria and be nominated by a Page member at your organization. Page members can nominate a Page Up member by completing the nomination form of the corresponding membership category. If you are interested in Page Up but your organization does not have a Page member, please contact Marianna Frantzis at email@example.com.
You hold a senior communications position in the company;
You’re a realistic candidate for a top corporate communications position with a broad range of responsibilities; and,
You are considered a corporate communications expert and/or a thought leader in corporate communications (supported by published articles, conferences or speaking engagements and contributions to the industry).
You hold a senior leadership position in the agency;
You’re a realistic candidate to lead a Page member-qualifying agency; and,
You are considered a corporate communications expert and/or thought leader in corporate communications (supported by published articles, conferences or speaking engagements and contributions to the industry).
You’re employed in a full-time public relations or corporate communication teaching position in an accredited institution of higher learning; and,
You’re regarded as an emerging thought leader in public relations or corporate communications based upon publication of a substantial body of research that has made a significant contribution to the body of knowledge and literature of our field.
In addition, educator candidates must meet one of these two criteria:
You possess an earned doctorate or its equivalent; or,
You currently serve as a senior faculty member of their program or instructional group in their institution of higher learning.
You hold a senior communications position in the organization;
You have significant professional communications experience; and,
You’re considered a thought leader in corporate communications (supported by published articles, conferences or speaking engagements and contributions to the industry).
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