Prospective Page members are nominated by two or more active members of Page. The Membership Committee evaluates nominations and the Board of Trustees reviews and approves nominees at regularly scheduled board meetings.

Because the criteria for membership vary by membership category, there is a separate nomination form for each. 

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Communication Agency and Service Provider

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Executive Search

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Non-profit & Government

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PR or Corporate Reputation Institute

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We are Growing Globally

Page has a unique role as the sole international organization for the most senior communication executives. Our members benefit from being a part of a diverse global network, with 18% of our members located outside the U.S., a figure that is increasing at a rapid pace as a result of a strategic focus on being even more international. Wherever they are located, Page members have access to full membership benefits – from conference and affinity group participation to networking with other members.

Member Dues

Page is funded through a combination of annual member dues, conference fees and member sponsorships. Dues vary depending on a member's category of membership as well as the country in which they, rather than their companies, are based.

Standard member dues, starting December 31, 2023 are as follows (U.S. dollars):

  • Corporate, Agency & Executive Search Firm | $4,780
  • Non-Profit, Government & PR/Corporate Reputation Institute | $1,730
  • Educator | $790
  • Retired | $1,310

Global Member Dues

Page uses a formula that adjusts dues rates for members outside of the U.S. based on the following factors:

  1. Local Page Presence: Some regions lack the variety and number of activities to which U.S. members have greater access, which diminishes some of the value of membership in these locations.
  2. Local Cost of Talent & Development Programs: In markets where the cost of services in local currency is are considerably below the cost in dollars in the U.S., Page membership dues appear to be relatively more expensive.
  3. Distance to U.S.: Page's largest and most valuable programs – the Annual Conference and the Spring Seminar – are usually held in the U.S., making participation by non-U.S. members more expensive due to greater travel time and costs.

Adjusting dues based on these criteria will enable more members outside of the U.S. to join, remain and be active participants in Page, which expands the professional network and range of perspectives from which all members benefit. Here are the adjusted dues for Corporate, Agency and Executive Search members in each region (USD). Members in other categories pay the rates noted above. 

  • Asia: India | $1,380
  • Asia: Other | $2,310
  • Australia/New Zealand | $2,650
  • Canada | $3,470
  • Europe | $3,050
  • Latin America | $1,870
  • Middle East/Africa | $2,730