Claudine Moore Appointed to the Executive Board of the World Communication Forum Association
Geneva, Switzerland March 2017 – During the annual meeting for the World Communication Forum Association, Claudine Moore was appointed to the leadership of the organization as an Executive Board Member.
Named ‘Communication on Top’, this year’s event took place from March 13 – 17 and gathered diverse Public Relations and Communications attendees from around the world, to discuss global issues affecting the communications industry. More than 145 participants attended #WCFGenevaWeek and shared key insights, global and regional case studies and expert analysis of industry trends.
“I am delighted to be invited to sit on the board member of the World Communications Forum Association. It is a great opportunity to influence the global communications debate; share global best practices and gain more insights into how the industry adapts in unique markets and regions across the world. I am deeply honoured and excited for the year ahead’ said Claudine Moore, Founder C. Moore Media.
Countries represented at this year’s event included delegates from Russia, India, USA, South Sudan, Australia, Turkistan, Bulgaria, UK, Italy, Brazil and more. The topics discussed ranged from the negative impact of ‘Fake News’, to the role Artificial Intelligence will play in the future of the industry.
“The Executive Board of the World Communications Forum Association unites global communication experts with vast experience who are making a worldwide impact. We value them, as they are able to provide global and strategic thinking as we seek to continue our rapid expansion” said Yana Dubeykovskaya, President, World Communications Forum Association, Davos. “Claudine presents a depth of valuable global experience including specialist expertise in the African markets and a vast network that spans Europe, US and Africa. In addition, she is a highly dedicated and I am very excited to have her on the Executive Board”.
Claudine’s appointment is effective immediately.