Awards and honours
Over the years Rachel Miller FCIPR, FIIC, PG (Dip), MPRCA, has had her work recognised through various awards. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations, Institute of Internal Communication, Public Relations Consultants Association and Federation of European Internal Communication Associations.
You can see recent press coverage via the press and portfolio page.
Rachel named a Fellow of the Institute of Internal Communication
Fellow of the CIPR
In October 2014 Rachel was named a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR)
UK National Blog Awards 2014
Highly Commended in the UK National Blog Awards 2014 for individual blog in the PR, Marketing, Media and Communications category.
Europe’s Best Blogs
All Things IC named in Europe’s Best Blogs by Communication Director Magazine.
CIPR Inside #InsideStory Awards 2014
Winner of Best Individual Contribution to Internal Communication, CIPR Inside #InsideStory awards.
Judges said: “A driving force behind many key industry initiatives, she helps the profession to help itself. What makes Rachel stand out in particular is her understanding and use of social media to highlight and drive best practice in internal communications. In this respect, she’s the best in the business.”
Rachel named as one of the UK’s leading social business influencers by Business reimagined, sponsored by Microsoft
Named as one of the top 10 social business blogs by Hanson Wade
Chartered Institute of Public Relations Excellence Awards
Finalist in Outstanding Public Relations Professional of the Year, Chartered Institute of Public Relations (People’s Choice).
Nominated as one of the Top London Mummy Bloggers
Rachel named by Econsultancy as one of the top UK female bloggers
Rail Business Awards
Rail Business Awards: Finalist for Internal Communications Excellence of the Year
Named in PR Week’s Top 29 under 29 professional communicators in the UK (under maiden name, Rachel Allen).
Judges said: “This August Rachel Allen joined London Overground, after a stint as internal communications manager at Tube Lines. During her time there she managed a campaign to engage employees and designed a campaign to communicate Tube Lines’ technology refresh. The new role came on top of an invitation from the British Association of Communicators in Business to be a mentor to new comms professionals. ‘Rachel has been recognised for her dedication to excellence,’ says former boss Jeremy Reynolds, regional head of strategy and corporate relations at Visa.”
Institute of Internal Communication (IoIC), formerly Communicators in Business (CiB), Communications Excellence Awards:
2009: Award of Excellence for platform magazine (Tube Lines)
2009: Award of Excellence: Online internal news site (Tube Lines)
2009: Class Winner for online internal news site (Tube Lines)
Award of Excellence: Single subject campaign. (Tube Lines)
Awards of Excellence: Best intranet and best podcast (Tube Lines)
Award of Excellence: Best communications programme aimed at employees (Visteon)
HSBC Rail Business Awards Shortlisted for Internal Communications Excellence – campaign of the year (Tube Lines)
Leading the way award, Visteon
Essex campaign journalist of the year.
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