Arthur W. Page Society
The Arthur W. Page Society is a select membership organization for senior public relations and corporate communications executives who seek to enrich and strengthen their profession.
Since its incorporation as a non-profit organization in December 1983, as an outgrowth of the pre-divestiture Bell System, the Society has sought to bring together senior communications executives representing a wide spectrum of industries who are interested in helping each other and perpetuating the high professional standards set by Arthur W. Page. Its ultimate goal is to assist the public relations officer in becoming a major contributor to the success of the corporation.
The Arthur W. Page Society is committed to the belief that public relations as a function of executive management is central to the success of the corporation. The membership of the Society will embrace those individuals who epitomize the highest standards of public relations practice, as exemplified by the Page Principles.
To strengthen the enterprise leadership role of the chief communications officer by embracing the highest professional standards; by advancing the way communications is understood, practiced and taught; and by providing a collegial and dynamic learning environment.