Ron Culp has distinguished himself as a leader who not only transformed communication for the enterprises he served, but also drove strategic decisions that formed the corporate character and brand promise of those institutions. In recognition of his significant professional achievements, the Arthur W. Page Society has selected him as the 2017 inductee to the Page Society Hall of Fame. 


“Ron has served as an energetic leader and champion of doing the right thing in the right way. As a corporate and agency leader, Ron practiced our profession according to the Page Principles, providing a model for his peers. His advice to CEOs helped them make difficult decisions that earned the trust and respect of stakeholders. By every measure, he has nurtured, strengthened and generated respect for the enterprises he served.”

Bill Nielsen, retired corporate vice president of Johnson & Johnson and the chair of the Arthur W. Page Society’s Honors Committee.

About Ron Culp

About the Page Society Hall of Fame

Induction into the Arthur W. Page Society's Hall of Fame recognizes men and women whose esteemed careers have taken them to the summit of the public relations field. Created in 1984, the annual induction honors a leading senior level practitioner for career achievement and outstanding contributions to the profession. Inductees into the Hall of Fame have demonstrated a strong commitment to the Page Principles throughout their careers, thereby contributing to the advancement of the role of the chief communications officer (CCO).

The most recent inductees are Ray Kotcher, non-executive chairman of Ketchum and professor of the practice at Boston University's College of Communication, Björn Edlund of Royal Dutch Shell (retired) and Richard Edelman of Edelman.