ASIA PACIFIC, 20th October 2022 – The Public Relations and Communications Association Asia Pacific (PRCA APAC) has established a new group to redefine the ways we work. The Workplaces and Culture Group has appointed Vu-Quan Nguyen-Masse MPRCA, VP, Culture & Brand, ASEAN, Vero (Chair) and Amanda Wong MPRCA, Account Director, Allison+Partners (Vice Chair) as leads.

The volunteer-led group will focus on advocating for progressive workplace-related policies, activities and programs, the Group will organize workshops, speaking opportunities as well as aim to share a diversity of voices in a PRCA APAC Workplaces report.

Committee Members include:

  • Vu-Quan Nguyen-Masse, VP, Culture & Brand, ASEAN, Vero 
  • Amanda Wong, Account Director, Allison+PR 
  • Marion Ang, Senior Account Manager, Redhill 
  • Ferdinand Bondoy, Regional Integration & Chief Executive Director, COMCO Southeast Asia 
  • James Brasher, Managing Partner, RICE Communications 
  • Victoria Al-Taie, Head of Integrated Marketing Communications, QNET 
  • Emma Dale, Managing Director and Co-Founder, Prospect Resourcing 
  • Putrika Santiaji, Senior Associate, Maverick Indonesia 
  • Jon Howard, Strategy Director, Bud Communications 

Vero VP, Culture & Brand, ASEAN Vu-Quan Nguyen-Masse MPRCA said:

“What keeps people engaged at work? This is the question we often ask ourselves when struggling to collaborate and create value together. With the Workplaces and Culture group, we hope to foster ideas and synergies which will help our peers in the industry to find the right tune and deliver outstanding workplace cultures.”

Allison+Partners Account Director Amanda Wong MPRCA said:

“We’re navigating a brave new world today where a big part of the workplace experience hinges on culture. As a committee, we look forward to creating more opportunities for diverse voices to be heard as we collectively sculpt the workplace of tomorrow for PR and communications professionals across APAC.”

Find out more about the group here.


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